Fleck 5600SXT Whole House Water Softener | 48,000 Grain, 10"x54" Tank, 1.5 Cubic Ft Softening Resin

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WHS1054SXT
  • Water softener, iron filter, all in one
  • 48,000 Grain Capacity, fine mesh resin designed for iron removal & long life
  • Fleck 5600Sxt digital metered valve for efficiency and ease of use, 5 year warranty
  • Removes all hardness, iron up to 6-8 ppm range, manganese up to 6 ppm, sediment, sand, rust
  • Sized for homes with 2-5 people, 2-3 baths, DIY instructions, bypass valve

This complete water softener comes with Fine Mesh Resin 10 x 54 Black USA Mineral Tank loaded with 1.5 cubic foot of Fine Mesh Resin Black Brine Tank with Safety Float 1 inch (or ¾") Noryl Plastic Bypass Fleck 5600SXT Metered Control Valve.

Eliminate the hard water that causes scale buildup and reduced soap efficiency with our complete whole house water softening unit with high efficiency Fleck 5600 SXT Metered control valve. Fine Mesh Resin remove iron from the water as well as it Removes Hard Water - Using ion exchange process this system removes the calcium and magnesium that cause hard water. By eliminating hard water you extend the life of your plumbing and appliances! Meter Based Regeneration - This system uses a meter based regeneration process. This means that the water you use is measured and the system only regenerates when it needs to. If water needs increase the system regenerates more often to keep up. Fleck 5600 SXT Metered Control is the most popular controller from Fleck and is built on the tried and true 5600 valve. The standard s brine tank included with this system can hold about 250 lbs. of salt. Installation only takes 1-2 hours with some basic plumbing skills.


WHOLE HOUSE WATER SOFTENERS. 

The typical water softener is a mechanical appliance that's plumbed into your home's water supply system. All water softeners use the same operating principle: They trade the minerals for something else, in most cases sodium. The process is called ion exchange.

The heart of a water softener is a mineral tank. It's filled with small polystyrene beads, also known as resin or zeolite. The beads carry a negative charge. Calcium and magnesium in water both carry positive charges. This means that these minerals will cling to the beads as the hard water passes through the mineral tank. Sodium ions also have positive charges, albeit not as strong as the charge on the calcium and magnesium. In the traditional water softeners, when a very strong brine solution is flushed through a tank that has beads already saturated with calcium and magnesium, the sheer volume of the sodium ions is enough to drive the calcium and magnesium ions off the beads. Water softeners have a separate brine tank that uses common salt to create this brine solution.

In normal operation, hard water moves into the mineral tank and the calcium and magnesium ions move to the beads, replacing sodium ions. The sodium ions go into the water. Once the beads are saturated with calcium and magnesium, the unit enters a 3-phase regenerating cycle. First, the backwash phase reverses water flow to flush dirt out of the tank. In the recharge phase, the concentrated sodium-rich salt solution is carried from the brine tank through the mineral tank. The sodium collects on the beads, replacing the calcium and magnesium, which go down the drain. Once this phase is over, the mineral tank is flushed of excess brine and the brine tank is refilled

 

Sizing Your Softener:

Water hardness can be reported in "grains per gallon" (gpg), "parts per million" (ppm) or "milligrams per liter" (mg/l). Most of the industry calculates softener size using gpg. You can divide ppm and mg/l by 17.1 to obtain your hardness value in grains per gallon.

You will also need to account for the iron and manganese in your water, and a quick way to get this value is to multiply your iron and manganese concentration (in ppm or mg/l) by a factor of 4. Add this number to the hardness value you determined above. The resulting total value is similar to a "compensated" hardness value, and will better serve to size your softener.

In the example below we will use 4 people in the home and a hardness value of 10 grains per gallon, and iron concentration of 2 ppm.

Multiply 4 people in the home x 75 gallons water usage per person per day x (10 grains hardness + (2 ppm iron x 4)) = 5,400 grains of hardness to be removed per day. So with a 32,000 grain system, set capacity would be about 26,000 grains (20% lower than actual - reserve capacity), and a metered unit would regenerate approximately every 5 days (26,000 divided by 5,400), which is acceptable.

Use the formula above to adjust for the number of people actually living in your home, and your specific water hardness.

With normal to low levels of iron in your water, you can size your softener to regenerate between every 5 to 10 days. With higher levels of iron (5 mg/l and higher) and manganese (1 mg/l and higher), it's better to size a system to regenerate more frequently, in order to keep the resin bed free of accumulated deposits. In this case, a regeneration every three to five days may be required. If you have very high iron levels in your water, please contact us by email or telephone for a sizing recommendation.

 

 METERED SOFTENING WATER SYSTEMS.

THIS SYSTEM IS PERFECT FOR 2-4 PERSONS + HIGH HARDNESS

This system includes:

Fleck Valve

Mineral Tank 10 X 54"- 1.5 Cubic ft of Upgraded 10% Cross Linked Cation Softening Resin- Pre-loaded for easy installation

Gravel for underbed- Pre-loaded

Brine tank

1" or 3/4" BY PASS (1" is shipped by default, if you would like ¾" please send us an email - jotan@oceanicwater.com)

Distributor assembly

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Model Number WHS1054SXT
UPC 818368014610
Brand Oceanic Water Systems
Item Number 36
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