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Key Factors To Consider When Installing Dual-Tank Water Softening Equipment
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Key Factors To Consider When Installing Dual-Tank Water Softening Equipment

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When installing a dual-tank water softening equipment, there are several things to consider:

  1. The equipment should be installed on a simple horizontal foundation, with a distance of approximately 250-450mm from the wall. It can be positioned according to the actual situation.

  2. Due to the lightweight nature of the equipment, consideration should be given to the weight of the resin and water within the equipment.

  3. The inlet and outlet pipes should be connected with standard flanges or threaded connections and should be securely supported. They should not rely on the valve body for support to prevent stress.

  4. A Y-type filter and water pressure gauge should be installed on the inlet pipe to prevent the controller from being clogged by debris in the water supply. A floor drain or drainage channel should be set up nearby for the discharge of flush water during equipment operation.

  5. The brine tank should be placed as close as possible to the softening tank, and the brine pipe should be kept as short as possible.

  6. The drainage pipe should not exceed 6m in length, and it should not be equipped with a stop valve. The outlet should not be higher than the valve body to prevent siphoning. It is best to minimize the use of elbows.

  7. Place an electrical outlet near the equipment on the wall, which should be equipped with a fuse (switches are generally not recommended), and ensure good grounding.

In general, for customers who require water supply for 8 hours a day, a single-valve single-tank system is sufficient. However, if the customer requires continuous water supply for 24 hours, a single-valve dual-tank or dual-valve dual-tank water softening equipment should be considered.