Facebook
My Cart (0)

Setup

First Time Hookup Instructions for Standard, Double Standard and Park Model Softener.

Step 1: Install Hi-Flow shut off valve to inlet. 

 

Step 2:  Connect Water Source to Inlet. 

Step 3:  Make sure Softener is standing upright for use. 

Step 4: Flush System 2-3 minutes for the Standard Model, 4-6 minutes for the Double Standard Model and 8-10 minutes for the Park Model softener.

Step 5: Connect outlet to point of use. 

Step 6: Your unit is ready for use!

Note: The softener does not require salt or regeneration when received. Unit Contains Cation Exchange Resin which is either light gold or light amber to black spherical beads.  DO NOT REMOVE. 

Regeneration Instructions for Standard, Double Standard and Park Model Softener.

Step 1: Remove top cap. 

Step 2:  Use one full 26 oz. box of common table salt for the Standard model, two full 26 oz. boxes of common table salt for the Double Standard Model and four full 26 oz. boxes of common table salt for the Park Model. In extremely hard conditions, also use 1-2 teaspoons of Super Iron Out for the Standard Model, 2-4 teaspoons for the Double Standard Model and 4-6 teaspoons for the Park Model. 

Step 3: Replace cap, remove outlet hose and rinse very slowly.  

  • Rinse for 12-15 minutes for the Standard Model.
  • Rinse for 24-30 minutes for the Double Standard model.
  • Rinse for 50-60 minutes for the Park model.
  • Stream of water should just clear the side of the tank. 
 

Step 4: Increase water flow to fast-rinse.

  • Rinse for 3-4 minutes for the Standard Model.
  • Rinse for 6-8 minutes for the Double Standard Model.
  • Rinse for 10-12 minutes for the Park Model.
  • Regeneration cycle will be completed when there is no salt taste in the water. 

Note: Follow specifications listed for each separate model.   

General Instructions: Use your water quality test strips to check the water hardness of the water source to predict capacity of the unit. Use your water quality test strips to check outlet stream to determine when to perform the next regeneration cycle or use calendar regenerated method as described above. During regeneration process only discharge water (containing salt and mineral concentration) into a drain.   

Back-Flush Instructions for Standard, Double Standard, and Park Model Softener.

Back flush your Standard Softener every 3 months for 2-5 minutes, Double Standard Softener for 5-10 minutes and 10-15 minutes for the Park Model by connecting water source to softener outlet and turning water on full stream. 

Note: If Back-flush and Re-gen are done together, perform Back-flush first.

Draining Instructions

You can use either of these two options if draining water from unit is required.  In both options DO NOT REMOVE top cap or head. 

  • Turn unit upside down and allow water to drain from inlet/outlet. 
  • Use air source applied to inlet & allow water to train from outlet.

Storage Instructions

Before placing in storage or being idle for extended periods

1st - Drain Water from Unit 

Post Storage Instructions

After extended periods of nonuse, sanitize unit by 1st - Performing Back Flush, 2nd - Drain water from tank, 3rd - Mix 1/4 of a packet of Sani-System with a gallon of water for the standard model, 1/2 of a packet of Sani-System with 2 gallons of water for the Double Standard Softener, 4th - Pour solution into tank and let it sit for 60 seconds Max, 5th - turn the water on full and flush the Sani-System out, 6th - Perform Regeneration. 

GENERAL INFORMATION:

A. REGENERATING OPTIONS:
See brochure for detailed description of hardness and calendar regenerating methods

B. CAPACITY OF UNIT:
Use your water quality test strips to check the water hardness of the water source to predict capacity of the unit.

C. EXTREMELY HARD WATER CONDITIONS:
Add 2 tsp of Super Iron Out in addition to the salt. (Found at Walmart or hardware stores)

D. BACK-FLUSH OF UNIT:

  • perform quarterly, if back-flush and regeneration is done at the same time; perform back-flush 1st
  • back-flush softener using back-flush adapter along with the Hi-Flow shut off valve
  • ensure the cap is on
  • turn water on full for approximately 5-8 minutes.