Dual Alternating Tank 2 cubic Foot (64k) Fleck 9100SXT On Demand Whole Home Water Softener with High Capacity Resin
- Ships within 1-2 days
- Standard high capacity 8% crosslink resin for low cost softening
- Dual alternating tanks for 24/7 availability and maximum efficiency
- Choice of tank color and connection size
- Complete system with Fleck 9100SXT Digital Metered Valve, bypass, brine tank, and installation instructions
- Two cubic foot per tank (four cubic foot total) for large homes with high hardness, max capacity 64,000 grains (64k) per tank
- Included booklet covers setup, installation and programming, with images and access to videos so most people can install the system on their own
- Service flow: 10 GPM
- Peak flow: 15 GPM
- Flow required for backwash: 4 GPM
High efficiency dual tank alternating softener designed by AFWFilters. Includes installation and programming instructions written by a WQA certified Water Quality specialist to ensure you get the best results. Dual alternating tanks with meter based on-demand regeneration with the Fleck 9100SXT provides soft water 24/7 and minimizes efficiency loss of single tank systems. Complete with brine tank and choice of connection. Standard plastic connection is low cost with two part bypass and yoke. Upgrade to stainless steel for a single piece bypass for tighter spaces. Match the size to your plumbing for simpler installation.
Main resin tanks are approximately 12" x 52" (approximately 60" overall height with control head). Brine tank is round and approximately 18" in diameter by 33" tall, all tanks will be in the selected color. High capacity resin is 8% crosslink and offers effective softening at a low price. System comes with 2 cubic foot of resin per tank, capable of removing a maximum of 64,000 grains (64k) of hardness between regenerations (actual capacity dependent on system settings and water chemistry).
Installation was easy with excellent instructions. The control head functions flawlessly. It removes the water hardness and our wells high iron content. I did have to adjust the gallons of water used before regeneration because of the high iron content. At first, I did it by increasing the reserve capacity (RC) in the User settings. However, I changed that tactic to decreasing the grain capacity of the system via the capacity (C) setting in the Master Programming. I went from 64k to 34k. the control head then calculates a lower water usage before regeneration based upon hardness level entered in User Programming. The people at AFW are very helpful.