ProMate 7.0 Twin Tank

ProMate 7.0 Twin Tank Water SoftenerThe HP Twin ProMate 7.0 features a Vortech™ distribution plate that reduces backwash and improves system efficiency. And the twin alternating system uses the entire resin capacity before regenerating instead of maintaining a reserve like single-tank systems—giving you an uninterrupted supply of softened water while still reducing salt, water and energy costs.

The twin-tank ProMate 7.0 can also reduce the effects of hard water by:

  • Saving you up to 70% on soap and water usage from hard water removal.
  • Extending the life of your water softener and other water using appliances.
  • Making clothes whiter, brighter and less scratchy.
  • Having cleaner fixtures, stain-free sinks, tubs and showers.
  • Giving you softer skin and more manageable hair.
  • Reducing spotty dishes.
  • Customizable to your home’s water issues.
  • Digital display with user-friendly electronics.
  • Customize settings to your family’s needs.
  • On-demand regeneration based upon your water usage.
  • Full-flow bypass valve provides the convenience of bypassing the water softener.
  • Back-lit display makes it easy to read and alerts you of system notifications.
  • Fewer parts to service.
  • Corrosion-resistant control valve, body and tanks for a longer life.
  • Insulated tank jacket helps prevent sweating.
  • All internal components are lead free.

Better Dishwasher Performance

  • Detergent savings of up to 70% with soft water as compared to hard water.
  • Depending on the soil, hardness reduction was found to be up to 12 times more effective at soil removal than increasing the detergent dose.
  • Hardness reduction was 6 times more effective at reducing spotting and twice as effective at reducing filming as increasing detergent use.

    Brighter Clothes, Less Detergent

  • Stain removal performance increases dramatically when hardness is removed, even when the detergent dose and temperature are also lowered.
  • Softening the water will allow the use of 60% less detergent and will also save energy by lowering water temperatures, while still maintaining or improving performance.

    Improved Water Heater Efficiency

  • Gas storage tank water heaters operated on softened water maintained the original factory efficiency rating over a 15-year lifetime.
  • Hard water can result in as much as a 48% loss in water heater efficiency.
  • Tankless water heaters operating on 26.2 grains per gallon of hardness failed to operate after 19 days of testing.
  • Softened water saves 40-57% of operating costs.

    Longer-Lasting Showerheads and Fixtures

  • Shower heads with soft water maintained a brilliant luster and full flow, and performed nearly as well throughout the study as the day they were installed.
  • Showerheads on hard water lost 75% of the flow rate in less than 18 months.

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