California headquartered Puronics Water Systems has recently released a line of its innovative solar-powered residential water softener systems.
Puronics, which is a leading manufacturer of water treatment systems for consumer and commercial markets, said that the new power option will allow homeowners to choose a greener option for water treatment.
It further added that the consumers will also need not to worry about power outages as the new solutions will work on solar energy.
Further, the solar-powered feature will be available on any unit using an iGen® control valve, including Puronics Bacteriostatic and Chlorostatic® water softener and filter systems, the company said.
Moreover, the electricity generated through solar power will be stored in a rechargeable and replaceable battery pack, and the solar panel can be mounted up to 18 feet from the unit.
Commenting on the new launch, Scott Batiste, CEO of Puronics, said that “we are excited to offer our customers a new way to save energy and money.”
Batiste further added that “people are becoming more aware of how important it is to use high quality water, and they need environmentally-friendly options.”
The company’s product offerings include water softeners, no salt ‘green’ water filtration systems, drinking water systems and well water treatment systems.
Besides, its patented iGen® digital control valve maintains sixty days of water usage history to maximize water and salt efficiency. Also, it sends the alert to the owner when it is time for the filter to be replaced. The company sells its products through a nationwide network of corporate-owned and independent dealers.
It is a leading manufacturer of consumer and commercial water treatment products for more than 70 years. The company uses technologies such as ion exchange, bacteriostatic filtering, micro-filtration, ultra-filtration, carbon filtration, reverse osmosis and ultra-violet disinfection. Many companies are using Puronics solutions in manufacturing processes and pre-treatment of boilers, hot water heaters, dishwashers, steam-handling equipment as well as other water using devices.