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Re: I "had" a water problem - solution here

  • Subject: Re: I "had" a water problem - solution here
  • From: SMRDH@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 11:48:38 EDT

We have used Sodium Chloride tablets in our old softener and will use the 
same in the new. We purchased a Kinetico softener and the installer is here 
now installing. He is able to set it up so that we can have water right out 
of well (after a filter and before the softener) or softened water supplied 
to the outside faucets. 

Question: Why have you chosen to use Potassium Chloride instead of Sodium 
Chloride? What are the benefits over the Sodium Chloride? Also I thought 
Potassium Chloride was used in green sand filters? Is that true?


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