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Water Softeners


Fleck 5600 Water Softeners, home water softeners
Fleck 5600
Fleck 5600 SXT Water softeners, 5600SXT softeners
Fleck 5600 SXT
Fleck 7000 SXT water softeners
Fleck 7000 SXT
Salt Free Water Conditioners
Salt Free Water Conditioners

Help me pick my system!

Calulate your water hardness usage.

Enter your information and click Calculate.

The average person uses 75-100 gallons per day. 

If you are unsure of the hardness, we recommend getting a hard water test strip to help you calculate your softener size. The higher the GPG the harder the water.  

*Round up where applicable.

Note: If hardness is measured in mg/L or PPM divide it by 17.1 to convert to GPG. For iron levels above 3 ppm, it is highly recommended to pre-treat your water with an Iron filtration system to avoid any premature resin fouling.

Pipe Size:

Recommended Size:

Total Grains Per Day That Must Be Removed:
Total Grains Per Week That Must Be Removed:

How does a water softener work?

No Flash

Normal water flow from a water softener starts from the house to the valve. It then flows around the distributor tube and through the (yellow) resin beads and gravel (brown). Water enters from the bottom of the lower basket screen and up the distributor tube and to the house.

When the resin beads gets exhausted, the control valve will recognize it and begin a regeneration sequence. During a regeneration cycle, the water flows in the opposite direction inside the tank. This opposite flow is meant to force the water to reset the resin bed to prevent any water channels and at the same time draw brine water from the brine tank.

The brine water flows through the resin bed and recharges the resin. All the excess brine and hard water minerals released from the resin goes down the drain. Finally the brine tank refills itself to the proper levels before going into service mode.

The system then repeats everytime it recognizes either reaches a certain number of gallons (meter valve) or certain number of days (timer valve).

Shop for the Best Fleck Water Softeners

Purchasing fleck water softeners has many benefits for the home like reducing your gas bill, lowering the cost of soap usage per month, and even preventing & reversing the scale build up in your pipes and faucets. Its important to get a softener that will last for a long period of time without giving you any problems. Fleck water softener valves have been around for over 20 years and are practically an industry standard. Most water dealers use Fleck valves because of their known durability and longevity. With a manufacturers five(5) year warranty, one never has to worry about any unforeseen defective problems.

At Isopure Water, we combine these Fleck Home Water Softener Systems with high grade water softening resin, brine tank, and mineral tank. Together, it creates a strong water softener that can handle any family home needs. We even have water softeners for business and industrial use. Look forward to many years of soft water for your home.

Many people ask us which size will be best for their home. This answer requires a lot of information that most home owners just dont know off hand like the water hardness value, the size of your water pipes, number of people in the home, and size of the home. Of course when people ask us, we typically assume the hardest average water possible and get the number of household members from our series of questions we ask our clients. Typically, 1.0 cubic foot (cuft) or 1.5 cuft Fleck Water Softeners Systems are more than enough for a 3-4 person home.

Fleck Water Softener, Fleck Home Water Systems, Fleck Water Softeners Systems

There is no major problem with oversizing or under sizing a unit for the home. However, incorrectly sized units tend to either was more salt and water but do not do any harm to the unit or the home. There is no real need to use any pre-filtration for city tap water for a water softener but it never hurts. For example most city water contain Chlorine, it is very common to add a carbon filter in front of the softener in order to remove the Chlorine of the softening resin. Chlorine removal is beneficial for a softener, because it can extend the life of the filter.

Installing a softening system is best done by a professional. We always recommend contacting a plumbing or certified installer who understands water softeners to minimize damage to the unit and to your home. Call us anytime if you have any questions about softeners (714) 541-6600