BelKraft (no salt) water softener
- System Benefits:
- No scale buildup on fixtures and appliances
- Scale prevention.
- Essential healthy minerals are no longer removed
- from the drinking water.
- Clothes are softer, cleaner, brighter.
- Dishes are cleaner with less soap and no hard water spotting.
- Appliances using water such as dishwasher, clothes washer, water heaters, ice makers etc. last longer and are more efficient.
- 7 Year Warranty.
- Easy setup & installation
- No electrical power required
- No drain or waste water
- Bypass valve
- No Maintenance or Repairs
- No Backwash which lowers water consumption
- No water softening salt to purchase
Note – No electrical power required, eliminates all unnecessary water usage and no water softening salt to purchase. All these cost savings only come with a BelKraft No Salt Water Softening System.
Calcium helps to reduce risk of osteoporosis, high blood pressure as well as colon and rectal cancers.
Treated water devoid of calcium and natural minerals acts as an active absorber.
It will increase body acidity, the risk of osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, hypothyroidism, coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, premature aging and cardiovascular disease.
Hard vs. Soft Water
The hardness of water relates to the amount of calcium, magnesium and sometimes iron in the water. The more minerals present, the harder the water. Soft water may contain sodium and other minerals or chemicals; however, it contains very little calcium, magnesium or iron. Many people prefer soft water because it makes soap lather better, gets clothes cleaner and leaves less of a ring around the tub. Some municipalities and individuals remove calcium and magnesium, both essential nutrients, and add sodium in an ion-exchange process to soften their water. The harder the water, the more sodium that must be added in exchange for calcium and magnesium ions to soften the water. This process has drawbacks from a nutritional standpoint.
First, soft water is more likely to dissolve certain metals from pipes than hard water. These metals include cadmium and lead, which are potentially toxic. Second, soft water may be a significant source of sodium for those who need to restrict their sodium intake for health reasons. Approximately 75 milligrams of sodium is added to each quart of water per 10 g.p.g. (grains per gallon) hardness. Finally, there is epidemiological evidence to suggest a lower incidence of heart disease in communities with hard water. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) doesn’t set a mandatory upper limit for sodium in water, but suggests an upper limit of 20 milligrams per liter (quart) to protect individuals on sodium-restricted diets.
If you use a water softener, two ways to avoid excess sodium in drinking water are: 1) use low sodium bottled water, and 2) install a separate faucet in the kitchen with a purifier for unsoftened water.