Water Softeners
by American Plumber

Cabinet Water Softeners by American Plumber have the features you look for in an effective water softener. These reliable Cabinet Water Softeners offer a space-saving footprint, easy access to controls, the convenience of a large salt opening and rugged polyethylene construction. American Plumber Water Softening Systems can turn good water into better water by reducing invisible hardness minerals found in virtually all fresh water, and can improve water quality and taste.

American Plumber Two-Tank Water Softeners

Commercial Demand Water Softener
Our commercial demand water softeners feature:
  • 2ppm total iron removal
  • By-pass valve
  • 1" Connection size
  • 60 grain total hardness
  • Reduced:
    • Hardness and mineral deposits (Calcium, manganese, and iron)
    • Iron-staining
    • Scale build-up
    • Soap film
    • Water spots (on pots, pans, glassware, sinks, and tubs)
    • 2ppm Total iron removal

  • Increased:
    • Plumbing life
    • Effectiveness of detergents for cleaner, brighter wash

  • Demand Regeneration:
    • Saves water and salt
    • Regenerates only when necessary, saving energy and money
    • Monitors actual water usage

  • View detailed specifications
Control Power Requirements: 120V AC, 50/60Hz 15 W to 24V AC 400 mA
Model Description
W-430F These products are obosolete. See softeners for more water softeners
Quick Tip: Water softeners can accelerate corrosion of water heater anode rods and shorten the life span of a water heater tank. You can help protect your water heater tank from premature failure by replacing your worn out anode rod with a new anode rod.

Find out additional information about anode rods and how you can prolong the life of your water heater

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. "How does a water softener work?"
A. During normal conditioning, hard water enters the system through an inlet at the top of the resin tank. As the water comes in contact with the the resin, the hardness and/or scale molecules attach to and stay on the resin molecule while releasing the sodium molecule if sodium chloride (NaCl) is being used as the regenerate material. This is why it is called an ion exchange. The result is the quality and convenience of conditioned water. During the regeneration cycle, the system automatically washes the ion exchange resin with sodium chloride forcibly removing the hardness and scale molecules off of the resin and replacing them again with the sodium chloride molecules. Please note that only the sodium is released into the conditioned water. The chloride portion of the molecule stays attached to the resin and any excess is pushed out the drain along with the hardness and scale molecules during the regeneration cycle.

Q. "During the regeneration process of a water softener is it ok to turn on the faucets, take a shower, etc? Will it mess up the regeneration process?"
A. Running water while the softener is regenerating will not mess up the regeneration process, but any water used during the regeneration cycle will not be softened. If water is used while the water softener regenerates, water that would normally go through the softener now automatically bypasses the softener and runs straight to the fixture being used and to the water heater if any hot water is being used.

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