BrassMaster Plus Water Softeners
BrassMaster Plus water softeners take all the great features of our standard BrassMaster units and add additional capacity to address more difficult iron water conditions. These units feature our special “IX Distributor,” which provides for greatly enhanced removal of iron, copper, aluminum, and other metals.
Both public and private water systems commonly have hardness which is often comprised of calcium and magnesium (along with iron). Left untreated, these minerals can disrupt laundering and bathing, while causing significant scale buildup in fixtures, appliances, and plumbing systems. BrassMaster Plus water softeners use the process of “ion exchange” to effectively remove these undesirable minerals. With advanced electronic control and high capacity resin cleaning technology, these systems provide enhanced iron removal capacity. This results in clean, conditioned water which is great for washing and bathing — and protection for plumbing systems and equipment.
BrassMaster Plus Features
- Electronic Control Module
- Superior Iron Removal Capacity
- Greater Capacity and Flow Rate Performance
- Meter Demand for Precise Salt Efficiency
- Exclusive 5 Year APM Warranty
- 5 Year Tank Warranty
BrassMaster Plus Design
BrassMaster Plus water softeners utilize the “ion exchange” process to remove undesirable hardness minerals. Incoming water passes through a bed of cation resin, where hardness is exchanged for very tiny amounts of sodium. Periodically, after a specified amount of hardness has been exchanged, a salt solution is used to “regenerate” the resin bed. Captured hardness minerals, along with excess salt solution, are sent to a drain. This leaves behind a recharged bed of resin, ready again for service.
APM Modular Design
All models include our popular APM™ modular design, which eliminates the need for field service. Simply put the unit in bypass, pull two pins, and remove the valve module. Replace it with a new valve with a 3-year (BrassMaster) or 5-year (BrassMaster Plus) warranty.
If your unit is still in warranty and you believe you require a new valve, please contact your installer. If your unit is out of warranty, you can purchase a replacement valve at: https://shop.watercontrolinc.com/collections/replacement-modules