Morton System Saver 30,000 Grain Water Softener
About this item
- Grains keep water soft
- Uses less grains than other systems
- Eliminates hard water for longer periods of time
- Keeps plumbing systems clear
- Look-ahead system tells you when to refill grains
Hard water is a scourge that in many places is completely unavoidable, especially if you have well water. The Morton® System Saver 30,000 Grain Water softener is the best way to keep your house or small office equipped with soft water. Water softener grains are essential for getting the minerals out of the water and making is usable. The Morton System Saver Water Softener is the reliable system folks everywhere trust.
The Morton system saver removes the elements in water that leave film and spots onto various dishes. It also softens the water so getting that lather in the shower is quite easy. Using a good water softener system is critical to making sure your home has the best water for all uses.
What are Problems with Hard Water?
Hard water causes lots of issues because the water itself comes from the ground. As water permeates through the ground it accumulates different minerals that affect water quality. Though spots are a cosmetic issue, there are serious problems that occur with hard water. The first problem is the hard water accumulates different materials and then those materials get deposited in the plumbing system. These clogs can cause lots of problems.
Other problems with hard water include soap not working correctly. This is due to the soap not completely dissolving. People with hard water problems end up with soap curds dangling from their bodies. More soap is required to get clean, and this in turn means that water is bringing more clogging materials in the system. Ultimately, without the proper water softening products, you may have to deal with serious plumbing issues down the road.
How Do Water Softener Systems Work?
The key to water softerners is getting rid of the calcium and magnesium in the water. These are the trace elements that cause water to harden. A water softener has a few different parts, but the most critical part of the water softener is the mineral tank. This is where most of the action happens, and that’s why it is imperative to have the right grains.
Having the right grains works on the different charges going through the system. The problematic ions all have positive charges. The softener system’s mineral tank utilizes the negative charges to attract the elements out of the water. Once the hardening elements are removed, the water is good for proper use. When the water starts to harden, it is time to replace the grains so that you don’t have issues with the plumbing cropping up.
With the Morton system, the look-ahead monitor makes it so that you know exactly when you need to replace the grains. The tank has a high-water flow rate, which means your plumbing will not suffer due to a lack of flow. Finally, the tanks have a 10-year warranty for leaks. This system is secure.
Keeping Grains Stocked Up
When you notice that your softener has stopped doing its job as well, it’s time to add more grains to the system. Simply refill the tank with the grains and your system will be working properly, which helps your plumbing immeasurably.