Aquasential™ Smart High Efficiency Water Softener
Experience the Benefits of Aquasential™ Smart High Efficiency Water Softener
The Aquasential™ Smart High Efficiency Water Softener utilizes patented technology to optimize your salt, water, and electricity consumption, resulting in significant cost savings.
With the Culligan Connect™ consumer app, you can effortlessly monitor your salt levels and know exactly how many days are left until you need to refill. Say goodbye to unexpected salt shortages!
Our industry-leading water softener, equipped with Aqua-Sensor® technology, automatically adjusts to changes in your water conditions. It regenerates only when necessary, maximizing efficiency and providing unparalleled convenience.
Aquasential™ water softeners are built to last, featuring a tank that resists UV rays, rust, and corrosion. Additionally, our smart systems offer optional remote monitoring by your trusted local Culligan Water expert.
A Culligan Aquasential™ Smart HE Softener gives you
Softer hair and more hydrated skin
Sparkling, spot-free dishes
Easier cleaning and longer-lasting appliances
Say hello to the world's most efficient water softener*
The Aquasential Smart High Efficiency Water Softener reduces operating costs up to 46%** with patented technologies to optimize salt, water and electricity consumption.
How a Water Softener Works
Water softeners utilize a process called “ion exchange” to remove dissolved hard water minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron, and manganese. Here’s a step-by-step explanation of how it works:
Inside the water softener, there are resin beads that are coated with sodium ions.
Hard water enters the water softener through the inlet pipe and passes through the resin bed.
As the hard water flows through the resin bed, the hard water minerals (calcium, magnesium, etc.) are attracted to the resin beads, and the sodium ions are released into the water in exchange.
After the ion exchange process, the water that comes out of the water softener is now softened, meaning it has a reduced concentration of hard water minerals.
Over time, the resin beads become saturated with the hard water minerals and need to be regenerated. This is done by flushing a brine solution (a concentrated saltwater solution) through the resin bed, which displaces the hard water minerals from the resin beads and replaces them with sodium ions.
The brine solution, along with the displaced hard water minerals, is flushed out of the water softener through the discharge pipe.
Softened Water Supply
Once the regeneration process is complete, the water softener is ready to continue supplying softened water to your home.
By removing the hard water minerals through ion exchange, water softeners help prevent limescale buildup, protect plumbing and appliances, and provide a range of other benefits associated with soft water.
Understanding water softening and its benefits
Water softening utilizes a process called “ion exchange” to remove dissolved hard water minerals like calcium, magnesium, iron, and manganese. Unlike filters, which cannot trap these minerals, water softeners use resin beads to hold onto sodium. As hard water flows through the resin, the sodium swaps places with the hard water minerals, effectively softening the water.
Take control of your water with the Culligan Connect consumer app
Our Culligan Connect consumer app allows you to effortlessly connect and monitor all your Culligan devices from your smartphone or tablet. With this app, you can conveniently manage your water softener remotely, gain detailed insights into your water usage, and monitor product performance.
Commonly asked questions
Hard water is a common issue, with over 85% of the water supply in North America being affected. It contains dissolved minerals like calcium and magnesium, which can cause limescale buildup, plumbing corrosion, streaky dishes, and stiff laundry, among other problems. The level of hardness is categorized as soft, slightly hard, moderately hard, hard, or very hard based on the concentration of minerals.
For most people, drinking softened water is safe. While the softening process adds a small amount of sodium to the water, it is generally low enough to not pose any health risks. However, if you have concerns about sodium levels, combining your water softener with a reverse osmosis drinking water system can further reduce salt and potentially harmful contaminants.
This product can help solve the following water problems
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