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Dependable Water Softeners From Industry Leaders

Clack Water Softeners

The Clack valve was designed with ease of installation and service in mind. The valve boasts fewer parts than comparable systems, meaning easy service, and long-lasting reliability.

Variable reserve automatically adjusts to your family’s changing water-usage patterns
Powerful, user-friendly, reliable electronics that automatically monitor water treatment functions:
Days since last regeneration
Gallons since last regeneration
Gallon reserve capacity and maximum flow ratefor the last seven days
Current flow rate
Total number of regenerations
Mineral tank
conditioned water for your family’s needs
NORYL™ corrosion-resistant control valve body isdurable for long life
All internal components are lead-free
Pre-fill brine tank with softened water reducessalt-bridging problems and cleaning of brine tank
12-volt output AC adapter provides safe and easyinstallation
Permanent memory backup of all programmed settings — even during power outages!
Treated water regenerant refill — keeps your brine system cleaner
Manufactured from high-tech NORYL materials, the Clack valve has been engineered to withstand the test of the Las Vegas Hardness levels!
Advanced technology for added durability:
Easy programming and minimal parts
Switches, cycle cams, wiring harnesses, and wirenuts have been eliminated

Our Clack products include the following:

Clack meter valve

Bypass and plumbing adapter

Mineral tank

14 x 34 square salt tank

Hi-capacity, 10% crosslink resin

Valve-to-brine tank tubing
— 6 ft. x 3/8"

System Specifications:

Regen type: Meter initiated
(0-50,000 gal)

Timer type: Electronic

Cycle type: 6-cycle adjustable

Electrical requirements: 24 vac/60 Hz
(plug-in transformer included)

Service flow rate: 27.00 gpm
@ 15 psi Drop

Backwash rate: 1.70 gpm

Dimensions (W x D x H):
24 x 15 x 57

Had Enough of Las Vegas' Hard Water?

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We sell and install a variety of high-quality water softeners from some of the leading manufacturers in the industry.

We also provide prompt, professional service for all makes and models. Same-day appointments are available for some services, so call now for a free quote.

All of our new systems come with warranties, and we stand behind our residential service calls with 30-day warranties.

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FAQ

Quick Answers to Important Questions About Water

You use water every day for drinking, cooking, bathing, laundry, and more. It's important to know what you're putting into your body and using around your home. We've assembled a collection of the most important and most common questions we encounter as a water conditioning company in Las Vegas.

Do water softeners put salt in your water?

NO. Salt is sodium chloride, and water softeners add just a small amount of sodium to your water… but there is already sodium in the water before it even reaches the water softener.

This is a hugely misunderstood subject in the water business. People think water softeners also add chloride to the water, which is not true. All the chloride from the salt used in a water softener goes down the drain and none is added to the water supplied to your home. If water softeners added chloride to the water, the water would taste like ocean water, but it does not.

Reasonable levels of sodium are not bad for most people — in fact, Gatorade has a large amount of sodium in it. People on a restricted-sodium diet should not drink tap water either before or after a water softener because they will both contain sodium. When on a sodium restricted diet, only drink water processed through reverse osmosis or bottled water which has no sodium.

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Will water softeners kill your plants?

No. Rainwater is soft and rain certainly does not kill your plants. The only thing water softeners add to the water is a small amount of sodium, and since there is already sodium in the water before it reaches the water softener, it is not possible for soft water to kill your plants.

This rumor was started, and a lot of people still believe it, because there is an impression that water softeners add chloride to the water, which they do not. If water softeners added chloride to the water, it would taste like ocean water and could be harmful to plants.

When we install a water softener, we do our best to bypass the outdoor sprinklers because it would waste salt and plants thrive as well with hard water. Over our 40+ years in business, we have had hundreds of customers where we were unable to bypass the water for plants and we have never had a problem with the water killing the plants.

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Is soft water bad for a swimming pool?

Yes and no. A plaster swimming pool needs a small amount of calcium in it so the water remains balanced. Because soft water has no calcium in it, the water is out of balance and could attack the plaster, trying to get back into balance.

It is almost impossible to fill a swimming pool with soft water because you would have to stop filling the pool every couple of hours while the water softener regenerates. Because calcium is a solid and not a liquid, it does not evaporate like the water does. Once the calcium is in the pool, it will always be there until you drain the pool.

For this reason, it is very beneficial to add soft water to a pool to replenish the water that is lost to evaporation. It will keep the calcium at a reasonable level and make your tiles easier to clean. If you continue to add hard water to the pool to replenish for evaporation, the calcium continues to build because it does not evaporate. Eventually, you will have to drain your water and refill the pool because it has too much calcium in it.

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If I am using salt in my water softener, how much sodium is in the soft water?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

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What is the difference between the water softeners you sell over the ones offered by the competition?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

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Do magnetic water softeners work?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

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What about flow rates — should I worry about water flow through these water softeners?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

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Are your systems metered, on-demand, water flow only or do they regenerate by days only?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

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Why do I need a water softener?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

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Can soft water be used for cooking and coffee-making?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

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What is the difference between a water softener, a water filter, a descaler, and a conditioner?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

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How can I tell if my water is hard?

You may have hard water if your soaps and laundry detergent don’t lather very well, if glasses and dishes are left with spots, or if colored clothing looks dull. Tubs and bathroom fixtures may be covered with an unsightly film. You can have your water tested by your water dealer or you may use a home water testing kit.

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