Video Blog: Salt-Free Systems

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Video Blog: Salt-Free Systems

Hello, this is the Water Doctor, here to talk again about Salt Free Water Conditioners. We have already established that there is no salt free water softener. If someone tells you they have a Salt free water Softener run as fast as you can because it does not exist.  When you're dealing with hard water - meaning you have calcium and magnesium in the water - to create soft water that calcium and magnesium needs to be brought down to one grain per gallon. I personally like soft water. I like the slick feeling of it and, enjoy using less soap, and I enjoy whiter and brighter laundry. But I understand that's not for everybody. You my not enjoy replacing salt because of work and cost, or because of the impact on the environment. I get that. This is exactly why we have alt free water Conditioners. But just one final time so you know the facts, Salt free Water Conditioners DO NOT take out the calcium and magnesium. The water remains "hard". But with the right Salt free conditioner, the calcium and magnesium will not stick to anything it comes in contact with. You may see it on a glass or a shower door, but you should easily be able to wipe it off by hand without using cleaning chemicals. Right now there is only one company that creates all of the salt free media in the market, and we at Us Water Systems carry all of that media and every system that has access to it. Now is it for you? I don't know. With over four thousand products on our website, we understand there is not one "black box" that is perfect for everyone. That's exactly why we carry so many, and are confident that one will be perfect for you. This is the Water Doctor from Us Water Systems. We're a company that's going to tell you the truth and stand behind the products that we sell.
September 30, 2011
Comments
Rob Massillo
October 26, 2011 at 11:12 AM
I find your video a bit misleading and cannot trust what you say if you cannot be straight forward. You say only 1 company makes media for salt free conditioners but that is far from the truth. In all my research I have found 3 seperate companies who make media. The first, Filtersorb SP3 is used by Scale Net and you under the name Green Wave. The second is Next which is used by Watts One Flow. The third is NaturSoft used by Pelican. I have found that each company is sepearate and of course each says theirs is better then the others. In all my digging into their products, i have found only NaturSoft had any lab testing (Next did an AZ University Study). Though as you have said on a previous post, all 3 seem to use the same method of dealing with scale, but just have different "names" for it. Which media is better? I guess only buying and trying it will tell us. I am still deciding which to do myself.
mark
October 29, 2011 at 8:47 PM
Rob, Strike One: OK wiseguy, name the three companies who make the media! Strike Two: You say that ScaleNet is Filtersorb SP3 media. Wrong! It is TAC media! Strike Three: Who makes Natursoft for Pelican? Have you looked at the media under a microscope like I have and tested it, like I have? You should do your research before making baseless accusations. I stand by what I said in the video blog. I told the truth, but you can believe whatever you want, even if you are wrong.