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Flow-Pur Portable Water Softener

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Provides clean, soft water for up to 20 days for only pennies a week.
Helps preserve the life of appliances and fixtures. Stops hard water stains by removing calcium, magnesium and trace amounts of iron from water. Uses common table salt to soften up to 1000 gallons at 10 grains of hardness per cycle. Regenerates in less than 40 minutes. Double hose shut-off valve eliminates manually switching inlet and outlet hoses to regenerate. Built-in drain line flow restrictor increases capacity by up to 55 percent for more effective regeneration. High flow rates up to 4 GPM with low pressure drop. 1/3 cu. ft. high capacity premium grade resin tank stands 20 1/2"H x 8 1/2" dia. Full cradle base holds tank securely. Includes hardness test strips.

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Weight: 22.4 lbs.

Manufacturer: Flowmatic Systems (watts Water Quality)

Mfg Part #: M7002

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Flow-Pur Portable Water Softener: Customer Reviews

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(5 Based on 11 Reviews)

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July 23, 2011
I recently purchased this for my father's camper. He has used it every weekend for the last 5 weeks or so. He told me he is very happy with it! No problems at all, and uses regular table salt - around 2 lbs.
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Flow-Pur Water Softener

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July 25, 2011
I have had the softener for a little over a month now. We (my wife and myself no kids just the dogs) have a Park model trailer in a seasonal resort and we spend 3 or 4 nights a week at it. The water tests out a over 25 grains of hardness it is good water but is very hard. I hooked it up the last week of June and I recharged it for the first time the last week of July.and it was still testing as soft but I wanted to see what it was like to recharge, it is very easy to do using 2 lbs of table salt. We love having soft water and wish we would bought it earlier, this unit woud have fit very well in the side compartment of our Class A motorhome. I would recommend it to anyone.
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And Now the Water's Soft.....

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August 26, 2011
Since we have a water softener for the house, the water in the RV was obviously different: it didn't have that slick feel of soft water nor did it encourage soaps to bubble up. Sure enough, the test kit that came with this item showed substantial differences in softness (calcium ppm). When I preflushed this softener and bolted it into the RV water supply, the water was immediately and unmistakably softer. This was confirmed by the test kit.. Suds galore and slickness followed. I think it should be made clearer how many potable hose adaptors are required to connect the softener into the supply. I had to order an additional 6 foot section after the softener arrived to get enough female hose ends to make the connections. Also, the connections required to regenerate and backflush the softener is left up to the user to figure out. The high salt content and the regeneration outflow needs to be made explicit as well as the amount of water used. Here, in Southern California, we try to conserve water and take care with our sewage. I worry that the salty water might be dumped into an ecologically sensitive place when camping if regeneration were performed. Note that the water softener gets heavy when it is filled with water in use. All that said, now the RV water is soft!
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