Commercial W Series Water Softners

Commercial WS2H Water Softeners

Features & Benefits

  • 2” top-mount or side-mount control valve suited for commercial and industrial applications
  • Solid-state microprocessor with easy-access front removable POD. Can control from one to four units. Optional system control board required for a third or fourth unit to be implemented into the system design
  • Lead-free brass valve body utilizing an NSF/ FDA approved black epoxy electro-deposited coating for exceptional corrosion protection
  • Built-in electronic meter standard with all valves providing ±5% accuracy across 1.5 to 125 GPM service flow range • Four methods to initiate the downflow regeneration: meter delayed, meter immediate, time clock delayed or pressure differential

WS2H System Design Options

  • Single: One softener with a built-in meter, one brine tank. See choices for regeneration initiation
  • Twin Parallel: Two identical softeners, each with its own meter, only one brine tank. Meter delayed regeneration used with offset regeneration times. Both softeners are online for double the service flow rate and exchange capacity of a single softener
  • Twin Alternating: Two identical softeners with internal meters, one brine tank and one motorized alternating valve. Meter immediate regeneration used. One softener online, one softener on standby
  • Parallel Progressive: Minimum two, up to as many as four identical softeners, each with its own meter and brine tank, and each with its own “no hard water bypass” valve. One system board is required to interlock three or four softeners. Only one softener, known as the primary unit, is online as the service flow rate increases past a pre-set GPM, the second softener will come online. If the service flow rate increases beyond a second pre-set GPM, the third softener will come online (tri-plex), and so on up to a four-plex system. As the service flow rate decreases, softeners will go back on standby accordingly. When the primary unit goes into regeneration, the next softener in the sequence becomes the primary unit
  • “No hard water bypass” valve
  • “Separate source regeneration” using motorized alternating valve
  • A system board is required for separate source regeneration
  • ASME stamped mineral tanks are available if required by local plumbing codes. Please consult factory for pricing and availability

Commercial WS3 Water Softeners

Features & Benefits

  • 3” top-mount or side-mount control valve suited for commercial and industrial applications
  • Lead-free brass valve body utilizing an NSF/FDA approved black epoxy electro-deposited coating for exceptional corrosion protection
  • 3” external stainless steel meter standard on all valves providing ±5% accuracy across 3.5 to 350 GPM service flow range
  • Solid-state microprocessor with easy-access front removable POD. Can control from one to four units. Optional system control board required for a third or fourth unit to be implemented into the system design
  • Four methods to initiate the downflow regeneration: meter delayed, meter immediate, time clock delayed or pressure differential

WS3 System Design Options

  • Single: One softener with an external meter, one brine tank. See choices for regeneration initiation
  • Twin Parallel: Two identical softeners, each with its own meter, only one brine tank. Meter delayed regeneration used with offset regeneration times. Both softeners are online for double the service flow rate and exchange capacity of a single softener
  • Twin Alternating: Two identical softeners with one meter, one brine tank, and one motorized alternating valve. Meter immediate regeneration used. One softener online, one softener on standby
  • Parallel Progressive: Minimum two, up to as many as four identical softeners, each with its own meter and brine tank, and each with its own no hard water bypass valve. One system board is required to interlock three or four softeners. Only one softener, known as the primary unit, is online as the service flow rate increases past a pre-set GPM, the second softener will come online. If the service flow rate increases beyond a second pre-set GPM, the third softener will come online (tri-plex), and so on up to a four-plex system. As the service flow rate decreases, softeners will go back on standby accordingly. When the primary unit goes into regeneration, the next softener in the sequence becomes the primary unit • “No hard water bypass” valve • “Separate source regeneration” using motorized alternating valve
  • A system board is required for separate source regeneration
  • ASME stamped mineral tanks are available if required by local plumbing codes. Please consult factory for pricing and availability

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