One of our more efficient single-tank softeners, the ProMate 6.0 DMT (Dual Media Technology) uses down flow technology and is built around a Vortech™ distribution plate for efficiency and energy saving. And it features midplate technology for the ability to treat more than one of your home’s water issues in one system.
Efficient and electronic, the E3 is the perfect place to start when reducing the effects of hard water on your home, your family and appliances.
Our most advanced system uses reverse osmosis, four stages of enhanced filtration to filter out up to 99% of the contaminants that standard filtration leaves behind so you won’t have to worry about harmful things like nitrates, arsenic or lead making it to your faucet.
Promate 6 Storm
The ProMate 6 Storm uses the natural disinfection powers of ozone to filter iron, sulfur and manganese from your home’s water. Ozone eliminates the need for chemical feed pumps, is 1.5 times stronger than chlorine, more environmentally friendly and safe for septic systems.
Millenium Reverse Osmosis
Water leaves its mark on your home. There could be minerals left behind in your drinking water or hard water clogging up your appliances, making your skin itchy and leaving your clothes feeling less than soft.
Call us today to learn how drinking water filtration and water softening systems can reduce contaminants and the effects of hard water.
No matter your water source (city, district or private well) we will come to your home, test your water and give you the best customized system to condition your water.
We will also solve your drinking water issues giving you the best drinking water system for your home.
Our water expert will not only test your water but answer any and all question you have about your water and inform you on the best option to solve your water issues.
E3 Single Tank
Promate 6.0 DMT
Built around a Vortech™ distribution plate with Superior Flow technology and featuring 10% commercial grade resin, the ProMate 6.0 uses less water and retains efficiency longer than most entry level systems—all while reducing energy costs by maintaining ENERGY STAR ratings.