RainSoft has been building water treatment equipment for over 50 years. you are welcome to call our technical support department to help determine which model you have, then one of our friendly staff can assist you in the basic set up or direct you to a local dealer who can help you. The number to call is 800 860 7638
You set the control head properly . All water softeners will back flush automatically if set.
Modern water softeners automatically put water into the brine tank at the end of each regeneration. This water sits in the brine tank and dissolves some of the salt to create a very salty liquid called brine. This brine is sucked back into the water softener main tank during the next regeneration. The brine is used to "recharge" (sometimes called "regenerate") the water softener main tank. After the recharge, the softener can soften a set amount of water before it needs to be recharged again. Depending upon the size of the water softener, it can take between 2 and 8 gallons of brine per recharge. On most water softeners you can set the salt "dosage". Dosage is usually set in "lbs of salt". Each gallon of water will dissolve around 3 lbs of salt so if you set a dosage of 9 lbs, the softener will automatically add around 3 gallons of water to the brine tank after each regeneration.
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When you have hard water in your home, the pipes get a build up of minerals in them, decreasing water pressure. Your sinks and tubs are hard to clean because of those minerals creating a build up around faucets and drains. Dishwashers and clothes washers get clogged up when they are operated with hard water, and you must use more detergent to get the dishes and clothes clean. A water softener can make your life easier in many ways. Baths and showers will leave your skin feeling soft and silky, and you won’t have as many problems with dry skin when you have a water softener. Your dishes and clothes will get cleaner and be better rinsed with soft water, and you will need less detergent to do the job. After cleaning the mineral deposits that came with hard water from your sinks and tubs, your water softener will ensure that cleaning will be a breeze in the future, and you won’t have that hard water film on shower doors and walls to contend with. Modern water softeners can be programmed to recharge only when needed instead of at certain set times like the old ones did. That will save money on water and softener salt, because if you use less water than normal for some reason, the softener will not recharge until the level of softened water gets low. When you go for a two-week trip, you won’t have to think of your softener wasting salt and water by recharging twice a week unnecessarily. You can connect a few pipes or all of your pipes to the soft water. You may want to leave the outside faucets unconnected to the softener, because your yard and garden do not need soft water. When you purchase a new water softener, some companies’ warranties offer free delivery of softener salt, and their technicians will make sure the unit is running correctly and even fill your softener with the salt for you. You will find that you save money on detergent, soap and cleaning supplies when you have a water softener, baths will feel luxurious, and you won’t need to use as many lotions to keep your skin soft.
The best Water Softener for your situation is down to personal choice and budget. Different types on the market include:Non Electric Water Softeners - Non-Electric water softeners are powered entirely by the incoming water pressure. As no electrical supply is required, it is easier to install, and you will not have to worry about costly repairs or higher monthly electricity bills. Non-electric softeners tend not to have fiddly controls, adding salt is all that is requred to keep them running smoothly. â€¨The twin tank versions offer constant unlimited softened water to your home 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Non-electric softeners are reported to be longer lasting and more reliable.Metered Water Softeners - Metered water softeners are the most economical softener when it comes to using salt and regeneration water. A metered softener will only regenerate when a pre-set volume of softened water has been used regardless of the number of days this takes.This avoids under- or over-regenerating of the softener when your water demand varies. Again ,the volume of softened water is calculated by the hardness of your water supply, the capacity of the water softener and number of people in the property.Time Clock Water Softener - The more basic water softeners operate on a timed basis. The time clock is set to carry out its regeneration on set days. This is usually calculated by the hardness of your water supply, the capacity of the water softener and number of people in the property. When installed, the softener is set to regenerate off peak-times (like at 2:00 am) at the calculated regeneration frequency. To ensure that soft water is always available, the interval between regenerations will be underestimated rather than overestimated.The softener will then regenerate at this set interval regardless of the volume of water used. If the water usage is low, for instance, one or more of the residents is away, there will be unused softened water capacity at the time of regeneration, which can be argued as an unnecessary waste of salt and regeneration water. Similarly, if there is an increase in your water usage, the softened water capacity will more than likely be exceeded and the water would go hard towards the end of the cycle before the next regeneration. If you are going to be away from the property for a period of time, i.e. on holiday, and there will be no water flowing through the water softener it is advisable that it is switched off until your return.
Many families live in areas with hard water. Hard water contains a high ration of dissolved minerals. It can be very drying, and can lead to a variety of skin irritations. Hard water can also cause build-up in a home's pipes that slows down water flow. Installing a water softener in a home is a great way to treat and condition hard water. When choosing a softener, consumers should be sure that the filters they need are readily available in their area. Homeowners should also install the water softener in a location that is convenient, as filters will need to be changed according to a set schedule.
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If your water softener timer and cycling functions seem to be working correctly, there are at least three more items to check: salt in the brine tank, clogged eductor nozzles, old resin For the water softener to work correctly, it needs to regenerate. Typically a household softener is set to regenerate every 3 to 7 days and most units are designed to regenerate at night when no one is using water. During regeneration, the softener will pull brine (very salty water) from the brine tank and rinse this brine through the softener resin tank slowly to "refresh" the resin beads inside the tank. If this process doesn't happen, the softener will deliver hard water. This process will fail if: there is no salt in the brine tank for the softener to pull out or if there is no water in the brine tank to dissolve the salt. At the end of each regeneration, the softener pumps water back into the brine tank so it will dissolve salt for the next regeneration. Things to check: 1) is there salt in your brine tank? 2) is there water in the brine tank before the regeneration starts? (usually 5-10 inches of water, depends upon the model and size of brine tank) You might not see the top surface of the water if you have lots of salt in the brine tank. 3) during the regeneration process, which typically runs 60-120 minutes, watch to make sure that the level of water draws down (slowly) and later fills back up. If the level is not going down and back up during regeneration, it is possible that the "eductor nozzle" is blocked. This is a small plastic component with a tiny hole in it that can easily become clogged. On almost all softeners it is quick and easy to remove the eductor nozzle, flush it with water and replace it. consult your owners guide. If there is salt in the brine tank and the water level is going up and down, and this softener is 5-10 years old or older, it is likely that the "ion exchange resin beads" inside the softener tank are 'dead'. A typical household softener has 0.5 to 2 cubic feet of resin beads inside the tank depending upon the model and the hardness of the water that is being treated. The tiny plastic ion echange beads in the tank get regenerated every few days, but after hundreds of regenerations, and/or exposure to high levels of impurities and/or chlorine they can 'wear out'. Replacing the beads is a messy job and you need to be careful in the process so you don't accidentally end up filling the pipes in your home with loose beads. Unless you're particularly handy, strong and have a way to suck out and replace the beads, it is probably best to hire a water softener dealer to test your resin beads and replace them if needed.
If the machine is not using the salt, it means that it is not going through its regeneration cycle. There may be something wrong with it, or it is not set properly. It's possible that the timer is not working.
The answer is.... "it should NOT taste like salt".... While water softeners use salt to function correctly, they only use salt during a process called "regeneration" which is usually scheduled to occur once every 3-7 days in a household softener. During regeneration, the softener rinses salt water thru the resin tank - but during this time, it supplies the home with untreated water that is bypassing the resin tank so it should not be salty. After the softener rinses the resin with salt water it next removes any excess salt out of the resin beads by rinsing with fresh water. All of the salt water and rinse water during the regeneration process is supposed to go directly out to drain, not into the household water supply. By the end of the regeneration the resin tank should be free of salt and there should be no salt taste. If there is a salt taste, it is because the softener is not working properly. The likely causes are: a) the softener may be defective. It may have an internal leak that is allowing some brine (salt water) to escape into the household plumbing during regeneration. b) the controller may be set up (programmed) incorrectly. In particular, the rinse-out time maybe programmed to be too short. (typically a system rinses for 5-10 minutes.) c) there may be a brine-tank problem which is causing the softener to make too much salt water and then it does not have enough time to rinse all of this excess salt out of the brine tank. For a typical household softener, the system should be consuming between 4 and 20 lbs of salt per regeneration (depends on the size of the system and the hardness of the water). If it is using much more than this, there is probably a problem with the brine tank that will either require a service technician to check and fix, if possible, or, if it is not worth paying the cost of replacement parts and labor to fix, you may need a new water softener.
Problem: Does fabric softener effect the drying time of clothing?: Hypothesis: ---> (do u think the fabric softener affects the drying time?) Materials: Bounty Fabric Softener, bounty detergent,Washing machine, drying machine Procedure: 1) Wash controlled clothes in washing machine with bounty detergent 2) Place controlled clothes in dryer with two sheets of fabric softener and take out of dryer 3) Repeat for other set of clothes 4) Compare clothes
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To protect against hard water, many homes have a home water softener installed. They may seem difficult to operate and maintain. However, in reality, using a home water softener is quite easy. If you are new to this kind of machine, simply follow the steps below to learn how to operate one.The first thing you will need to do is pour water into the brine tank. The amount of water you will pour in will be determined by the size and make of your home water softener. To figure out exactly how much water to pour, check the manual that came with the water softener. If you can't find it, check the manufacturer's website for information.The next thing you should do is decide whether you want to use salt based pellets or potassium based pellets. Both have their benefits. Most people use salt. However, potassium may be beneficial if you have family members on salt restricted diets. Both should be sold at most home improvement stores.If you use salt, fill the brine tank with as much pellets as suggested by the owner's manual. However, if you use potassium pellets, only pour in one bag at a time. Potassium pellets can sometimes cause a "bridge" to develop on top of the water level that could negatively impact the water's ability to soften.Most water softeners come with electronic control panels. If your water softener does have one, use it to set the date and time. After that, you will need to select the right water hardness level. You can find the number for this level by testing the water's hardness. The machine may come with a testing mechanism. If not, you can purchase a water hardness testing kit at most hardware stores.Lastly, you'll need to use the unit's control panel to choose when your water softener recharges. The best time to recharge it is when no one will be running water. As such, most people who own home water softeners set them to recharge during late at night. If you are awake while the machine is recharging, make sure to not run any hot water until it is finished.
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Pros: No need to manually add liquid or tab sanitizer, when set up properly the sanitizer does no spike as with other sanitization methods easier on some equipment and vinyl liners, less maintenance (not maintenance free), softer "feel" of the water (same principal as a home water softener), Cons: CAN be harder on some equipment if not maintained and set properly, very few people (> l%) can feel a "trickle charge" in the water (about the same as you tongue on a near dead 9V battery)
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