Experience the future of water with our revolutionary spot-free water ! Say goodbye to water spots and streaks once and for all. Our cutting-edge filtration technology ensures that every drop is as pure as can be, with testing at 0 TDS (Total Dissolved Solids).
Get ready to enjoy flawlessly clean and crystal-clear surfaces like never before.
Different seasons and sources can determine the amount of spot free water!
You can expect around 300 gallons of Spot - Free water in the Summer . Per Tank.
You can expect around 400 - 600 gallons of Spot - Free water in the Winter . Per Tank.
If you get your water from a well
you can expect around 200-300 gallons of Spot - Free water Per tank.
Deionized water at the comfort of your own home.
Visit our store today to enroll in the program. You can get started with everything you need for just $671.58, This covers the cost of your tank and all the necessary fittings.
Just bring your old tank to our store , pay the $70 tank swap fee, and you're all set to enjoy spot-free rinses again!
It's as straightforward as that, Additionally, we provide a convenient tank delivery service where we come to your location for tank swaps. For further details and pricing, please give us a call at 623-937-8111.
A Guide to Moving and Safely Using Your Deionized Water Tank.
1.Upright Position: The correct way to use your Deionized Water tank is by placing it in an upright position. This ensures optimal performance and prevents any potential damage.
When the tank is upright, it is better able to maintain the necessary pressure levels to facilitate efficient water purification.
2. Inlet Attachment: for seamless operation, ensure that both inlets of your Deionized Water Tank are properly attached to your water source. These inlets play a crucial role in directing water into the tank for the deionization process. Proper attachment prevents leaks and ensures a consistent flow of water contributing to the overall effectiveness of the system.
3. Regular Maintenance: A simple way to figure out if its time for a new tank swap is by keeping an eye out for those small water spots that don't usually show up during rinsing. When you start seeing those, it's usually a sign that you should think about getting a new tank.
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