Check the packaging that came with the water softener for the manual if you have it. If you do not, most major water softener manufacturers, such as Excalibur and Culligan, have electronic copies of recent models' manual... More »

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Rock salt, solar salt or evaporated salt are the primary salts used in water softeners and are all primarily sodium chloride. Solar salt, made by evaporating seawater, has the lowest sodium chloride levels at 85 percent.... More »

The salt storage tank of a water softener needs to be cleaned regularly to prevent debris from accumulating and a salt bridge from forming. When cleaning your water softener, be careful not to spill salt pellets and not ... More »

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To install a water softener, place elbow fittings into the water supply line, and set the pipes that lead to the bypass valve in place. Attach the drain hose to the softener, and place its other end into a drain. Place t... More »

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A Culligan water softener is a device from Culligan International Company that reduces contaminants in water, including bacteria and minerals. Culligan makes several types of water softeners to suit different water treat... More »

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The main purpose of a MacClean water softener is for the reduction of water hardness by removing substances, such as calcium or magnesium ions, from water. There are different models of this product for commercial and re... More »

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E-Culligan has a webpage with links to Culligan water softener and drinking water system manuals. As of 2015, these include installation and operator's manuals for the Premier Water Softener, Mark 100 Water Softener, Mar... More »

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