Do you DISLIKE the slick feeling of soft water? Are you TIRED OF dealing with chemicals salt in water?
Then, you might consider salt free water softener systems. “YES,” you’ve heard right – the best salt free water conditioner can be an alternative to that brine solution unit for conditioning water.
These units are quickly taking the nation by storm for the benefits it offers. Since you’re here, you’ve probably heard about all the wonderful benefits that these types of water conditioners bring into our home or business. In addition to providing us with a continuous supply of salt-free water, these have been known to last longer than a brine solution unit.
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The beads fit in a big blue filter to the left. the filter is placed as the water first comes through the house so all the water is treated. The beads are a food grade phosphate . so they are very safe for you and your family
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I was very surprised with this filter it has worked better than any other hardness eliminator and it is priced so inexpensive
Are polyphosphates Safe?
The Best Water Conditioner is a Polyphosphate Water conditioner. The reason it is because you put beads in housing and leave the conditioner alone. They say it will last for six months but I have seen it last a lot longer like 2 years. The water runs through the beads and the water absorbs the beads making the water (calcium and magnesium in the water) unable to stick to any appliance in the house. Preventing the ill effects of hardness.
This is actually incorrect wording. Salt softens water so if there is no salt in the water, the water is actually not softened. We call this conditioned water instead of softened water. So, the entire reason that water is conditioned is because of the minerals in the water. Such as calcium and Magnesium. These minerals stick to everything your water touches. So, the idea is to make the minerals not stick to pipes appliances, faucets, and tubs. The water feels different. Salt leaves a sticky ocean swimming feeling like you don't feel clean at all.
What are polyphosphates?
Polyphosphates are a natural chemical. They come from naturally occurring phosphorus-bearing rock, and they’ve been used for over a hundred years to treat specific water quality problems.
So, why are they in my water?
Polyphosphates are commonly added by Public Water Systems to prevent or slow corrosion in the water distribution system.
Additionally, they’re used to purify water against inorganic contaminants, such as iron, manganese, and hardness minerals — which are often found in water supplies. Polyphosphates are used to maintain the water quality in the distribution systems and pipes.
How do they work?
Basically, the polyphosphates bond with the inorganic contaminants (already in your water) and block them from forming hard scale, staining and various types of damage to piping.
In the process, the polyphosphate forms a protective coating on the metallic plumbing and components your water passes through – including service lines, household plumbing, dishwashers, washing machines, water heaters, and so on. The coating / liner from the polyphosphate also helps keep corrosion elements in water from dissolving some of the metals in plumbing systems. This reduces the potential of elevated levels of dangerous metals such as lead and copper levels in the water coming from your plumbing.
When you have polyphosphates in your water, you’ll see a more stable water quality with minimum color, scale, deposits, corrosion, or need for chlorine in your water treatment.
Can I use ANY polyphosphate to treat my water?
The short answer is NO.
It is important to use a polyphosphate that is third-party certified as safe for use in drinking water. One such third-party certification is by the NSF. Also, a polyphosphate certified by the NSF meets EPA guidelines for human and environmental safety.
There may be thousands of different polyphosphates — each created for a specific purpose and to solve specific problems. As such it is important to use a certified polyphosphate that is designed to treat the water quality problems specific to what you are experiencing.
Conclusion: Are polyphosphate in drinking water safe?
Yes — If you get the right polyphosphates for your needs. Polyphosphates are not only safe for you to drink and use in your home, they’re a key component in getting natural, soft water.
Over the years, we’ve successfully used Polyphosphates to treat many water–quality issues.
If you’ve got water problems you’re trying to solve, give us a call, we’d love to help you trouble-shoot them so that you can have great–tasting, soft water in your home.
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