What Are the Top-Rated Water Softeners?

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What Are the Top-Rated Water Softeners?
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When water contains a large amount of dissolved materials it is considered "hard." Water softeners are used to rid it of dissolved materials. Several factors that will help determine the best water softener for you include price, size of your home and maintenance requirements.

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Aqua-Pure NFS100 Iron Reduction Water Softener

The Aqua-Pure NFS100 Iron Reduction Water Softener removes iron, manganese and minerals at a rate of 25 particles per minute. It also holds up to 136kg. of salt for storage and automatically regenerates cycles. In addition, it automatically cleans at regular intervals. Prices range from £1,365 to £1,495.

Pelican NaturSoft Salt Free Water Softener

Pelican NaturSoft Salt Free Water Softener can remove up to 75 particles per minute and requires just three seconds of contact with the water to start working, compared to the usual nine seconds from other water softeners. No backwashing is required because the system operates in an upflow. Prices range from £520 to £715.

Kenmore 370 Series Water Softener

With a salt dose of 6.49kg., the Kenmore 370 Series Water Softener has a maximum capacity of 37,900 grains of hardness and can remove up to 10 particles per minute. It is perfect for households of between one and eight people. Prices range from £390 to £455.

Kenmore Elite 420 Series Water Softener

The Kenmore Elite 420 Series Water Softener can remove a maximum of 160 grains per gallon at a top rate of 11 particles per minute. It features a salt dose of 7.39kg., and prices range from £520 to £650.

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