Water Softeners

5 out of 5
Models 20C, 30C and 40C
5 out of 5
4.75 out of 5
Models 30T, 45T, 60T & 90T
4.75 out of 5
5 out of 5
Models 30TFM, 45TFM and 60TFM
5 out of 5
  • All water softeners remove hard water and low concentrations of ferrous iron. Water softeners do not remove chlorine, or make water safe to drink.
  • In Cabinet Water Softeners, the softener & salt tank are combined in a single compact unit. Ideal for smaller spaces.
  • In 2-Tank Water Softeners, the salt tank is separate with a large lid for easy salt filling. Control valve is accessible for easy service if necessary. Salt tank can be moved around near the unit for easy accessibility for salt filling
  • 2-tank water softener with Iron Removal features a special resin type specifically designed for high iron applications. It also includes a liquid resin-cleaner that strips off the trapped iron from the resin, giving you years of soft and iron-free water
  • All Rainfresh softeners feature salt-saving technology and electronic bi-lingual control valve
Primary Function : Reduction ofHARD WATERHARD WATER & FERROUS IRON
No of bathrooms in homeUp to 2.5Up to 4Up to 3.52.5 to 4Up to 3.52.5 to 4
High Efficiency with Salt Saving Technology
Install LocationOn the main water line before water pipe divides into hot and cold. AFTER pressure tank for well systems & AFTER water meter for city water.
Capacity (Grains)30,00040,00030,00045,00030,00045,000
Max Iron reduction (PPM)
RegenerationOn demand
Approx Installed Dimensions (WxDxH)12.5”x20.5”x41”10”x13.5”x54”11”x13.5”x60”10”x13.5”x54”11”x13.5”x60”
Salt Tank DimensionsIncluded in above dimensions15”W x 15”D x 35”H
Certification Certified by Water Quality Association to NSF/ANSI 44 and CSA B483.1
Limited Warranty 10 years
Warranty – Electronics 5 years

In simple terms, hard water is high in Calcium and/or Magnesium. Hard water does not easily form lather with soap or detergents and tends to leave white scaly deposits on toilet fixtures, bath tubs, shower heads etc. Hardness of water is measured in “grains per gallon” (GPG) or “parts per million (PPM)”. 1 GPG = 17.1 PPM


Hardness of water Degree of hardness
Less than 1 GPG Soft
1.0 to 3.5 GPG Slightly hard
3.5 to 7.0 GPG Moderately hard
7.0 to 10.5 GPG Hard
10.5 GPG and above Very hard

Common evidence of hard water include

– whitish deposits on dishes and glassware
– High soap usage & need for fabric softeners
– Dry, itchy skin and scalp after showers
– Extra work to remove soap curd on bathtubs & shower stalls
– High energy costs, possibly due to scale build-up in pipes and on appliances
– Scale build up in sinks, tubs, faucets & appliances

Hard water can be removed by Rainfresh Water Softeners