Eagle Platinum whole home water conditioner – soft, clean truly refined water.

Eagle Platinum Cabinet Water Conditioner

Eagle Water Treatment Systems provides Soft, Clean and Truly Refined Water.

You can immediately see and feel the difference a water conditioner makes to the quality of your water and the quality of your life. No more concerns over the old water softener.
The Eagle Water Treatment Platinum Cabinet Style Water Conditioner offers the most advanced high-efficiency performance in a compact, modern space -saving design. Unique features provide unmatched salt and water savings,

Features Include:

– WQA Tested & Certified to NSF/ANSI 44 for effective reduction of hardness as verified and substantiated by test data.

– NSF/ANSI 44 Certified Control Valve & Pressure Tank.
– Extremely High Capacity Ion Exchange Resin.
– User-friendly backlit LCD display with ”No Touch” information display provides key info like date of last regeneration and volume of conditioned water remaining.
– Heavy duty cabinet made from NSF Certified high density polyethylene. Includes brine safety valve for added assurance. Includes Bypass valve

High Efficiency Features Include:

Reverse Flow Regeneration with Precision Brining – traditional ‘down flow’ softeners deplete the unused portion of the resin bed with every regeneration. It is like draining the gas tank in your car every time before filling it up!
`Reverse Flow Regen’ – drives the hardness minerals up through the already depleted resin and out to drain – saving both salt and the unused portion of the resin for future use.
Precision Brining – saves additional salt by pre-making only 70% of the brine. Just before regeneration, the computer calculates the precise amount of brine top-up needed to regenerate only the depleted resin saving up to 30% more salt!

Other important features include:
– Municipal Backwash Cycle Preset reduces back wash frequency for clean water supplies
– Sanitary System Flush flushes stagnant water after 7 days of non-use preventing bacteria growth
– Soft Water Quick Charge Mode ensures conditioned water during unusually heavy water usage
– Soft Water Brine Tank Refill keeps tank & injectors clean

With over 16 offices across Canada, Eagle Water Treatment Systems is pleased to supply, install and service water treatment systems for residential, commercial and industrial applications. Call Eagle Water Treatment today at 1-800-363-6365 (Quebec Head office) or 1-866-427-7757 (for Ontario residents).

How can I tell whether the water in my house is safe to drink?

eagle water treatment water odour smellsBadAlthough it is not easy there are a few things you can do. First off you can rely on your senses to alert you to a few of the more unappetizing things that spill into your drinking glass — like sulfur, with its distinctive rotten-egg smell, or too much chlorine. The water from most municipal systems in Canada is safe, because any system that serves 25 people or more is required to comply with federal regulations. Your water comes from a municipal system unless you have a private well on your property or live in a rural area where a number of families share a well. The water system must test regularly for potentially harmful contaminants and alert the public if any are above acceptable limits. Unless you've heard otherwise, you can be reasonably confident that your water meets federal standards. Still, there's only one way to know for sure what's in your water, and that's to have it tested.

How can I test my tap water?

If you're on a public or municipal water line in Canada, call your local water supplier (the number's most likely on your water bill). By law, the supplier must test its processed water regularly and provide you with a copy of the results. Alternatively, you can call a water treatment company such as Eagle Water Treatment. We will be happy to come to your home and provide you with a complimentary no charge test of your drinking water. No matter what your needs may be, we can help you to understand them, we can help your protect yourself and your family. Most important, no matter who does the testing, be sure to test what's called first-draw water — the stuff that comes out of your faucet when you first turn on the tap in the morning. If contaminants are leaching from the plumbing pipes into your water, the level of contamination will be highest after the water has sat in the pipes overnight. Although our experience strongly suggests that more than 90 percent of water systems in this country meet its water quality standards, several contaminants commonly make their way into even the safest water supply. These include viruses and other disease-causing organisms, chlorine by-products, industrial and agricultural pollutants, and lead. As experts in the field of making water safe, we still strongly urge testing and water filtration as the last line of defense in this process.

In concentrations of more than 15 parts per billion (ppb), lead can be very dangerous to infants and children, leading to delays in physical and mental development, neurological disorders, kidney disease, and learning disabilities. (Contaminants are measured by how many particles of the substance are present in a billion particles of water — 15 ppb means 15 particles of lead in a billion particles of water.) Have your water tested for lead if you have lead pipes or brass faucets (which may contain lead), and for copper if you have copper pipes. Lead solder could legally be used to join plumbing pipes until 1986, but lead is a concern even if you live in a brand-new home. Faucets and pipes are still allowed to contain as much as 8 percent lead and have been shown to leach the metal in significant amounts, particularly when they're new.The best news is that water filters or water purification systems are easily installed and serviced, and, should testing indicate your home is at a higher risk, whole-house filtration systems and reverse-osmosis water filters are available to make sure that no matter the concern, the quality of your water is not one of them. With over 15 offices across Canada, Eagle Water Treatment Systems is pleased to supply, install and service water treatment systems for residential, commercial and industrial applications. Call Eagle Water Treatment today at 1-800-363-6365 (Quebec Head office) or 1-866-427-7757 (for Ontario residents).

What is the difference between Water Softening and Reverse Osmosis?

Homeowners looking to improve the quality of their water are often confused as to the difference between and uses of water softeners and reverse osmosis systems.Knowing which is the right option for your home comes down to understanding what each of these water treatment systems do and how they can benefit you and your family. At World Water Industries our water quality technicians can help you sort out which is best for your home or business. Feel free to give us a call at 1-877-566-8595 to speak to one of our staff who can guide you correctly. Below you will also find some basic information but remember for a detailed analysis of your water we will need to visit your home to do a free water analysis.

Reverse Osmosis = Filtration

Reverse Osmosis water filtration systems are becoming popular among homeowners (especially those with wells) looking for better-tasting, healthier water.

A reverse osmosis system physically removes contaminants and dissolved minerals in your water by forcing them through a filter. Some of the benefits of installing a whole-home or point-of-use reverse osmosis system are:
• Tasteless water – If you find your water has a funny taste, a reverse osmosis system can help by removing the source of the taste.
• No chemicals – Reverse osmosis systems are more environmentally friendly than other water filtration systems because they don’t use any chemicals.
• Soft water – Reverse osmosis systems remove the minerals that cause hard water. So if you install a whole-house system, you can benefit from fewer corroded pipes.
• Removes odors and unusual colors – Some water contaminants and dissolved minerals can cause strange odors and colors in your water. Reverse osmosis systems remove these minerals and pollutants.

Recommended uses: If you have a home with a well that needs filtration, a whole-home reverse osmosis system may be a good idea. Also, if the water in your home tastes or smells funny, you can install a point-of-use system under your sink for cleaner, better-tasting drinking water.

Water Softeners = Conditioning

Where reverse osmosis systems rely on a filter to physically remove contaminants and dissolved minerals from the water, a water softener uses a process known as ionization to replace magnesium and calcium ions with sodium ions.

Hard water is water that contains high concentrations of dissolved minerals like magnesium and calcium. A water softener “softens” your water by replacing these minerals with less destructive minerals.

Benefits of soft water:
• Natural taste
• Brighter laundry
• Cleaner dishes
• Longer-lasting appliances
• Fewer clogs

Hard water can cause a number of problems in a home. Water softeners were designed to help mitigate those problems.

Recommended uses:
A water softener may be a good idea if you are continually having problems with plumbing corrosion because of hard water. Water softeners are not filtration systems and do not remove other contaminants.

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Trying to Loose Weight? Increase your body’s ability to burn fat and drink more water.

Trying to lose weight? Drinking water can boost your body’s ability to burn fat. A study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism found that drinking water (about 17oz) increases metabolic rate by 30 percent in healthy men and women. The boost occurred within 10 minutes but reached a maximum 30-40 minutes after drinking.

Studies also suggest that drinking one or two glasses of water before a meal can fill you up so you naturally eat less, says Andrea N. Giancoli, MPH, RD spokesperson for The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Plus, even mild dehydration will slow down metabolism by as much as 3 percent.

German researchers found that drinking 6 cups of cold water a day (that’s 48 oz.) can raise resting metabolism by about 50 calories daily—enough to shed 5 pounds in a year. The increase may come from the work it takes to heat the water to body temperature. Though the extra calories you burn drinking a single glass don’t amount to much, making it a habit can add up to pounds lost with essentially zero additional effort .

Drink more water and you will lose more weight. How do I do that you ask? Make the water taste better by adding a water filter. That way you will choose to drink water before a sugary drink and you will loose more weight fast. We believe so strongly in our products that we are providing the first 100 callers a free in home water quality evaluation. This is only available for a limited time so call now. If you are a home owner you qualify. Call 1-866-427-7757 today.

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Wise Water International is a authorised distributor of Eagle Water Treatment products and services. we are located at 351 Nash Road North unit 4 in Hamilton Ontario Canada.