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NEWater’s dual tank water softeners have a greater capacity and automatic system regeneration, and they guarantee greater commercial operability.
- Guaranteed savings in salt and water.
- Flexibility in both light-duty and heavy-duty usage.
- Durability and low operating costs.
- The continuous flow of soft water.
What Is Dual-Tank Water Softener?
Twin tank water softener is a common device used for water softening. Its main working principle is ion exchange technology, which converts hard water into soft water by replacing ions with resin. This process effectively removes minerals such as magnesium and calcium from hard water.
The difference between a dual-tank water softener and a single-tank water softener is that it uses two resins, thus the tank ensures that you have a continuous and uninterrupted flow of soft water.
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Why choose NEWater Best Dual Tank Water Softener
Our dual water tank water softeners come with a combined grain capacity of more than 100, 000 with a guaranteed 24/7 water supply t your business or home.
These dual tank water softeners are made from durable materials for longer life. We will guarantee you over 20 years of continuous use.
We ensure that our twin tank water softeners are easy to transport and set up. Our team is always on standby in case of any installation issues.
NEWater’s dual tank water softeners come installed with preset timers, LED touch screens, and anti-memory loss capacitors for ease of operation.
How NEWater’s Twin Tank Water Softener Works
A dual-tank softener has two tanks, one of which is responsible for regeneration while the other takes over. The dual tank water softener works by removing magnesium and calcium from the feed water through an ion exchange process designed to turn hard water into soft water.
The dual tank water softener uses a negatively charged resin bed to which the minerals present in the water are attracted as the hard water passes through the softener. As these ions stick to the resin, sodium is released into the water to balance the water’s charge. After a certain amount of water has been softened, the system needs to be replenished with sodium.
Dual Tank Vs Single Tank Water Softener
Dual tank water softeners are more efficient compared to single-tank water softeners. Obviously, a dual-tank water softener has 2 resin tanks and 1 brine tank, while a single-tank water softener has 1 resin tank and 1 brine tank. The main difference between the two is the way they are regenerated. Dual tank water softeners regenerate automatically, while single tank water softeners need to go through a series of steps. Twin tank water softeners use soft water, while single tank water softeners use hard water.
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- The rate of flow to about 38 GPM
- The capacity of grain greater than 200K
- Metered regen method
- Preset brine refill control
- Different size range
- Automatic backwash controller
- Customized cycle control valve
- Hospitality and hotel industry
- Beverage industry
- Food processing.
- Healthcare industry
- Commercial and family use
- Protection of heat transfer elements.
- Laundry industry
- IX systems
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The Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)
We can offer you different capacities and types of water softening systems, whether it is a single tank softener or a twin tank softener, with us you can get the best customized solution.
Not really. Dual-tank water softeners and single-tank water softeners are actually very similar workers in terms of working principles. The difference between them is in the number of resin tanks, single tank water softeners have only one tank, but dual tank water softeners have two tanks, and relatively speaking, come with a twin-tank water softener that treats a larger volume of water. As a result, dual-tank water softeners are typically used for commercial applications, while single-tank water softeners are used for small business or home applications.
The main benefit of using a dual tank water softener is during regeneration. Whereas a single-tank softener must go into bypass during regeneration, a dual-tank softener simply switches to the next tank while the other tank softener regenerates. A twin-tank softener automatically switches to the next tank during regeneration, which cannot be applied to a single-tank softener.
In terms of cost and efficiency, dual tank water softeners are more efficient and cost-effective, especially in terms of water and salt usage. The water quality of a double tank softener is stable because of its uninterrupted supply of soft water compared to a single tank softener, which goes into bypass with each regeneration cycle.
Yes, you need dual tank water softer for your home and also for your business premises. The twin tank water softener will help you access soft water. Not only soft water but an efficient and consistent supply of it. If you dwell in locations with hard water problems, a dual-tank water softener is a solution. For large families, a dual-tank water softener can supply water to the entire house. Soft water will also add more years to your water pipes and reduce plumbing costs.
It is also important for ensuring your water pipes do not clog or appliances from staining.
Yes, ensure that you get twin tank water softeners that are certified. NEWater’s dual tank water softeners are both NSF/ ANSI 44 and NSF/ANSI 372 certified.