Purolite 60L Simplex Water Softener 12 x 52 Inch 40 LPM

SKU: OS1252/60/TS

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  Purolite 60L Simplex Water Softener 12 x 52 Inch 40 LPM The Purolite Simplex Water Softener Units are suitable for both commercial and large residential applications. The system employs a 1″ Clack Time Clock Softener Valve which undertakes a regeneration cycle whenever it is programmed to do so. An upgrade to a Mete... More description
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Purolite 60L Simplex Water Softener 12 x 52 Inch 40 LPM

The Purolite Simplex Water Softener Units are suitable for both commercial and large residential applications. The system employs a 1″ Clack Time Clock Softener Valve which undertakes a regeneration cycle whenever it is programmed to do so. An upgrade to a Metered Valve is available which will regenerate according to water usage volume and to the hardness setting programmed into the valve.

The resin inside the NSF certified mineral tank is high quality Purolite C100E Cation Softener Ion-Exchange Softener Resin.

Simplex Water Softener Specification:

Model number: OS1252/60/TS

Mineral Tank Size (Inches): 12 x 52

Softener Resin Volume (litres): 60

Service Flow (m3/hr): 2.4

Volume between Regens @ 300ppm (m3): 10.0

Purolite 60L Simplex Water Softener Controls

 

Unit comes complete with:

1.   1” Clack Softener Control Valve – either Time Clock or Metered

2.   Appropriate size of NSF certified mineral tank

3.   Riser with bottom distributor attached and top basket (cut to vessel size)

4.   Clack 1″ bypass valve assembly

5.   Either 1″ or 3/4″ BSP adaptor kit – please specify

6.   Appropriate volume of Softener Resin

7.   Clack wrench for valve maintenance

8.   Appropriate size brine tank

9.   No Salt

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