The modern water treatment industry is barely 100 years old, but in that short century there have been significant technological advancements. It is important to understand the distinctions between the various water improvement technologies to ensure that you provide your family with the water quality that you deserve...
The oldest and simplest ion exchange technology, water softening can be defined as the removal of Calcium and Magnesium from water. Water softening resins are easily fouled by metals and can be damaged by chlorine levels as low as 0.3 ppm. Soft water is easily recognized by it’s distinctive slimy feel and soda taste.
True Conditioning Technology mandates that the system not only addresses Calcium & Magnesium contaminants from water, but also metallic contaminants such as iron, zinc, lead, nickel and copper that can seriously compromise the performance of a traditional water softener. True conditioning systems incorporate high efficiency resins that are able to clean properly through the use of a systemic activator like ProGuard. Conditioners are also highly resistant to chlorine attrition.
Addresses iron, tannin, sulfates, sediment, turbidity, color, tastes & odors in water through physical removal, absorption, adsorption ion exchange reduction or oxidation. These technologies are useful as prepost treatment to any modern water processor.
Enhanced Water System True Conditioning Technology
The E-Series water lifestyle added pH balancing technology and the ability to change the way your water feels. "Designed to produce Soft Water Without the Slimy Feeling" Take control of the taste, feel, efficiency, and cleaning power of water in your home. Developed with the true water connoisseur in mind, this technology purifies and then empowers your water by balancing the pH and providing antibacterial protection, giving you the quality of drinking water that you deserve.
Purification is the removal of at least 90% of the total dissolved solids in water. IWP Water's purification technologies include reverse osmosis, deionization, electrodeionization and distillation. Each suited for a particular application.
All of our products are engineered and manufactured to the highest quality standards. Water in Texas is 3 - 5 times harder than the national average. This can pose serious problems for water systems that are mass produced for the lowest national averages. When designing a residential water system, many variables can negatively affect efficiency, performance and reliability.