Salt Free Water
Soften Your Water Without Adding Sodium.
Soften your water by replacing the hard water minerals with potassium instead of sodium. Potassium is one of the most essential nutrients for good health, and is also vitally important to plant life. You not only avoid adding excess sodium to your drinking water, you also add natural potassium that your body needs while helping the environment. Reynolds Water Conditioning systems are designed to work just as well with potassium compared to sodium. Just add potassium to the tank instead of sodium for salt free water.
Another chemical-free, salt-free alternative is Next ScaleStop. Next ScaleStop is not a softener but a filtration system that helps prevent hard water deposits and mineral scale. Contact our sales office to see if this is a viable option for your home or office.
Potassium Is The Healthful Alternative To Sodium.
Potassium is important to your muscles, heart, blood, brain and also helps cells build critical proteins and repair tissue. Unfortunately, your body can’t produce enough potassium to meet its basic requirements. That’s why the U.S. Food and Drug administration established a recommended daily dietary intake of 2,700 mg to 3,500 mg per day of potassium. This is a great way to give your family healthful potassium without having to buy a potassium supplement.
Feel Good Knowing You’re Helping The Environment.
Potassium is better for the environment than sodium. That’s because potassium is an essential plant nutrient. Too much sodium in the soil can disrupt plant growth and lead to poor quality soil. So when you use potassium in your water softener, you’re not only doing something good for your family, you’re also contributing to the health and vitality of the environment. That’s something to feel good about!
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