These Simplex water softeners use high quality vessels and superior softening resin. The units are controlled with a Clack WS2 CI multiport valve on top of the vessel allowing automatic regeneration. Systems can regenerate after a given time (time) or quantity of water (metered).
Systems range in size from 500 l/ per hour to 50,000 litres per hour.
All systems come with vessel, valve, resin, brine tank and all fittings. In commercial softeners the brine tank sits next to the resin filled resin rather than the vessel sitting inside the brine tank. The very reliable multiport valve can record system information such as average and maximum flow rates.
Timed controlled models regenerate automatically every 2 or 3 days. Meter controlled versions monitor the amount of water used to regenerate when it needs to. This softener is supplied partailly assembled for shipping. Some assembly will be required. All components and instructions will be supplied.
* Estimated weight of the system without water or salt. ** Sizes may vary dependant on components used and should only be used as a guide.
General conditions for installation
Connection IN & OUT: 2" Drain connection(*): 1" for DLFC 10 - 25gpm 1.25" 0ver 25gpm. Electrical rating: 230V 50Hz 12V Transformer Max power rating: 6W IP protection class: Double isolated transformer Minimum inlet pressure: 200 kPa (2 bar) Maximum inlet pressure: 600 kPa (6 bar) Vacuum: no allowance Average pressure loss (**): 100 kPa (1 bar) Min-max water temperature: 5-35°C
Remarks (*) Dependant on Drain line flow control. (**) Under normal circumstances. It is always recommended to install a 25 micron cartridge filter before a softener.
Type: Strong acid cation resin - softening ,food grade quality Life span: 15 years under normal circumstances
Ion exchange ( for average salt consumption of 150 g/L )
Start: Default Time 2:00 am, set on the timer as ( delayed regeneration ) Options: TIME - VOLUME - IMMEDIATE - DELAYED - DAYS OVERRIDE and manual regeneration.
Remarks The interval between regenerations should not be more than 14 days, to prevent bacteria growth.