What is Sani Water?


What is Sani Water?

Sani-System Liquid Sanitizer Concentrate is the only EPA registered & NSF approved sanitizer for use in water softeners and reverse osmosis units. It’s proven to kill 99.99% of harmful bacteria without using chlorine, oxidizers or acids that can harm system equipment, parts and resin.

Is Sani-system safe?

Sani-System is safe to use with all RO systems. Because Sani-System is not an oxidizer like hydrogen peroxide, bleach and sodium hypochlorite, it will not attack or destroy plastics in your system.

How often should you sanitize your water softener?

every 3 months
Ideally, you would need to clean the entire system every 3 months. In addition to routine cleanings, if your unit has been sitting idle for more than a week, clean it again before turning it on. Moreover, the quality of softener salt you use also matters.

Is it necessary to sanitize a water softener?

The resin tank is where the actual water softening takes place. Sanitizing is necessary because the simple salt or brine backwash cycle does not remove microorganisms like bacteria or algae that like to grow in the resin bed or sometimes in the brine tank.

Should I put bleach in my water softener?

Do not use splash proof bleach or bleach with any additives. Initiate an immediate regeneration. The bleach will create a chlorinated brine solution and will be drawn into the unit, through the media, and through other internal passages of the valve to sanitize the softener.

Can I use vinegar to clean my water softener?

Can I put vinegar in my water softener? Yes; follow the same instructions for cleaning the tank with bleach. You can also mix the vinegar with water if you’d rather just scrub the brine tank instead of running a full cycle.

Can you use vinegar to clean water softener?

Can you put baking soda in a water softener?

While baking soda can’t soften water completely, it will help alter the pH level to a more natural state.

Is Epsom salt a water softener?

Epsom salt has a variety of uses around the home including relief of pain and discomfort and stress reduction, but did you know that you can use Epsom salt to clean unsightly hard water stains and even as a hard water softener to adjust the pH of your water. One of the most effective hard water softeners is Epsom salt.

Will vinegar soften water?

Vinegar doesn’t just soften water and increase the cleanliness of the clothing you wash, when used in laundry, it softens fabrics and whitens whites, and in the dishwasher, it acts as a rinse aid for spotless dishes.

What is the best resin for water softeners?

Best Water Softener Resins

  • DuraWater C-100E Purolite Cation Resin.
  • Aquatrol Water Softener Resin.
  • Oceanic Water Systems Water Softening Resin.
  • ABC Waters SOFRES1 Water Replacement Softener Resin.
  • LiquaGen Water Softening Ion Exchange Resin.
  • iFilters Water Softener Resin.
  • A-Plus Waters.

Why choose Sani-system sanitizer concentrate?

THE INDUSTRY’S ONLY EPA REGISTERED & NSF APPROVED SANITIZER DELIVERS RELIABLE, EFFECTIVE RESULTS EVERY TIME. Sani-System Liquid Sanitizer Concentrate is the only EPA registered & NSF approved sanitizer for use in water softeners and reverse osmosis units.

What is the Sani-system?

Sani-System is effective, efficient and easy to use – it’s as simple as that! Available for use in Reverse Osmosis Units and Water Softeners. Water treatment equipment should be sanitized regularly to maintain quality service levels.

How long does it take for Sani system to fill up?

Three: Pour entire packet of Sani-System directly into the first main housing unit. Make sure pure water faucet is closed and turn on water supply. Four: Allow system to fill with water. The time will vary depending on the water pressure. However, the system should be full within 5 – 10 minutes without the