Hydromagnetic Vs Old Salt Method
Earth-friendly Hydromagnetic Technology
The Filtercon Total Home Filtration and Conditioning System uses a modern, patented Hydromagnetic Technology Filters to remove chlorine, bad tastes and odors from every faucet, bath and shower in the house.
Reduces hard water problems without adding chemicals. Requires no maintenance.
Does not remove healthful minerals which also give great taste to water.
Leaves water feeling naturally clean and crisp, leaves skin feeling soft and refreshed, hair silky.
Requires no reverse osmosis. Provides clean filtered drinking water from every faucet, bath and shower in the house.
No wasted water - Requires no reverse osmosis and maintenance free for many years.
No cartridge, filter change or maintenance
System cleans itself automatically once per week; uses approximately as much water as a wash load of clothes.
Expelled water contains no salt and is applied to grass or vegetation whenever possible, eliminating water waste.
Computerized system automatically cleans itself Homeowner forgets its there.
No maintenance or repair costs.
Eliminates need for buying bottled water. Drink delicious tasting water from any faucet.
The convenience of being able to drink delicious water from any faucet at any time contributes to a healthy lifestyle.
Out-dated Salt Method
Old Salt Technology Water softeners were developed in 1938 which uses salt or potassium and does not filter water.
Requires constant addition of salt or Potassium to water.
Removes healthful minerals.
Salt residual left in home water makes water feel slippery or slimy - a common complaint is, "I feel like I can't wash the soap off".
Requires reverse osmosis under sink to filter salt from drinking water at one faucet.
Reverse osmosis wastes from 3 to 7 gallons (depending on model) for each 1 gallon flowing from the faucet.
Reverse osmosis requires filter changes.
Regenerates up to 3 times per week; wastes as much as 150 gallons per week.
Regenerated waste water contains salt and cannot be used on grass or vegetation which it would kill. Many communities are now becoming brine restricted; no longer allowing salt laden waste water to be put down drains because it eventually pollutes groundwater.
Water softeners require constant addition of salt or potassium and periodic reverse osmosis filter changes.
Requires continuous maintenance and repair costs.
Many people continue to purchase bottled water for drinking and cooking.
The inconvenience of lugging bottles of water from store and sometimes running out, inhibits good water drinking habits.