Nuvo H2O Dphb-a Home Water Softener System
In today’s day and age, we owe it to the world we live in to use products that promote an eco-friendly lifestyle. That’s where this product comes in. It uses a scientific process known as Chelation to eliminate calcium and magnesium particles within the water in order to combat hardness. You’ll find that it’s incredibly efficient and effective. It does a great job at removing water spots and soap scum along with preventing in the future. Since it doesn’t use electricity or salt, you can imagine how much money this product would be saving you in the long run.
Features of Nuvo H2O Dphb-a Home Water Softener System
- Dimensions: 5 inches by 5 inches by 24 inches
- Weight: 8 pounds
- Water flow rate: 12 – 15 GPM
- Removes existing hard water scale and also prevents it
- FDA & NSF approved
Aquasana Whole House Water Filter System
Water softeners are often notorious for how they have to be well-kept in order to be effective. This is where the Aquasana Whole House Water Filter System stands out from the crowd. It features easily replaceable pre and post filters which you can change every 3 months in order to ensure it works effectively and outputs water at its maximum flow rate. At 7 gallons per minute, it’s perfect for a household of 3 – 4 people. The product comes packed with all tubing and valves you need in order to completely set it up (though these parts are shipped separately).
Features of Aquasana Whole House Water Filter System
- Dimensions: 9 inches by 46 inches by 27 inches
- Weight: 3.5 pounds
- Works up to 6 years or 600,000 gallons
- Removes up to 97% of chlorine, lead, mercury, pesticides, etc.
- Water flow rate: 7 GPM
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