Do you want to learn how to program the Best settings for your DUAL Tank Water Softener utilizing the Clack WS1 Valve? A Twin Tank water softener has many advantages to a single tank but how does the programming differ? Maybe you’ve recently invested in one of our HUM Twin Tank water softeners and want to confirm the settings? If you want to learn how to setup your Clack WS1 Dual tank water softener, I’m going to show you how starting right now! Just so you know, there are lots of water filtration companies that use Clack WS1 valves in various versions but brand them as something else, like we do with our HUM water tannin filters. These valves are used by Water Depot, Nelsen, Viqua and lots more. How can you tell if yours is a Clack valve? Don’t look at the front, check the valve body and bypass behind the faceplate to see if yours has the round injector port on the top, as well as the “E” clips for the brine and drain line connections to help identify if yours is a Clack WS1 Also, the bypass has very distinctive red, arrow shaped handles. If yours looks like this, you have a Clack WS1 valve and what we are talking about here today applies. By the way, the valves have a QR code inside the faceplate which you can scan with your smart phone to take you to the basic manuals. I have links in the description below to the more in-depth manuals. How Does a water softener work video
• How Does a Water ... HUM Clack Vlaved Dual Tank Water Softeners here
https://waterestore.ca/products/hum-g... Valve Reference Guides from inside faceplate
http://www.valvereferenceguides.com/ HUM Clack WS1 CC Manual
https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/065... Why a twin tank? They give you soft water 24/7 because when one side is regenerating the other side is still softening your water. This can be beneficial for 24 hour restaurants but also if you have a whole house or commercial reverse osmosis system you can be sure you are getting soft water to the system all the time. Also, whenever your water’s hardness is over 40 a twin tank system is recommended. Check out our HUM Gemini Dual Tank Water Softeners Here!
https://waterestore.ca/products/hum-g... Before proceeding you need to know: 1) How many cubic feet of media you have in each tank? Grains/30,000. For example if you have Twin 60,000 grain you have 60,000/30,000 = 2 cubic feet 2) Calculated gallons by knowing the following, how many cubic feet of media, compensated hardness. The number of cubic feet of media = the size of each tank in grains/30,000 Example: Twin 60K – 27 gpg compensated hardness 2 cubic feet times 24,000 = 48,000 Divide 48,000 by the hardness or 27 = 1,777 Multiply 1,777 by .9 = 1,600 Calculated Gallons Want to learn even more about Clack Water Filtration Valves? Check out my Playlist here
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