Fully Automatic Whole House Acid Neutralizer
A RainSoft Acid Neutralizing System is designed to help solve special water treatment problems, and is built for long life and trouble-free operation.
Controls staining caused by the corrosion of copper pipes.
The smart, economical way to solve severe water problems in your home.
Filtration System Features:
Tank-Within-A-Tank Construction Rugged tank is wound with over 3 miles of glass filament for extraordinary strength. Inside there’s another tank of sanitary plastic so your drinking water will never touch the interior fiberglass surface.
Exclusive Composite Valve Uses advanced NORYLTM composite material to enhance dimensional integrity and protect valve from expansion or shrinkage due to pressure and temperature demands.
Electro-Mechanical Controller Simple yet versatile controls allow you to set the system for the exact quality and usage you desire. Many other treatment systems do not feature controls this versatile.
Handy Guest Tab A simple push of the tab starts a complete regeneration cycle giving you extra treated water if and when needed.
Automatic Bypass During Regeneration Eliminates the inconvenience of being without water.
Chemical Recharge Tank Holds enough potassium permanganate for numerous recharges, so it only needs periodic refilling. Exact amouint of chemical is automatically metered into the treatment tank during regeneration.
Choice Of Filter Media:
AZINUTE II (Y) This ground and graded, high alkaline granular material slowly dissolves in acid water. It’s also easy to pour into the tank when replenishment is necessary. (Ported tanks only.)
AZINUTE II/SUPER AZINURE BLEND (YZ) Super Azinute is a processed, bead-like magnesia that is faster than Azinute II. This combination media should be used on water with very low pH.
NOTE: Tank size and local water pressure will affect the unit's operating flow rate.
The rate of flow from the well pump must be greater than 6 gallons per minute and the incoming hardness level must be less than 5 grains per gallon (GPG). Failure to have the proper backwash rate or exceeding the incoming hardness level will inhibit the filters ability to perform as designed. Frequent backwashing may be required depending on incoming waer quality. Local water conditions will determine whether your dealer selects Azinute II or Super Azinute Blend filtering media for your application.
The filtering media will eventually become exhausted or consumed and will need replacement. The replacement schedule will depend on incoming water quality and the amount of water used. As the bed dissolves, new media must be added to the tank.