Home Owner Researching Magnetic Water Softeners

by Larry Osborne
(Union Hall, VA, USA)

Home Owner Researching Magnetic Water Softeners: Soo-Soft H1000. Too good to be true?

Home Owner Researching Magnetic Water Softeners: Soo-Soft H1000. Too good to be true?

Home Owner Researching Magnetic Water Softeners

I have recently purchased a new home and am researching Water Softeners for my well water. My main question is, why is there some much unscientific negative information about Magnetic Water Softeners?
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AllWaterPurication.com is one of the few sites independent of a distributor that I can find that support the use of these systems (Soo-Soft H1000). This system appears to be so much more cost and maintenance effective than tried and accepted Ion Exchange.

But there is no really good comparison data that I can find. The Water Consumer Reports you reference I do not think is the well respected "Consumer Reports", as I am a member of Consumer Reports and they have not tested these systems or water softeners in general.

Can you direct me to respected scientific data on Magnetic Water Softener testing? I have owned an Ion exchange system previously, and I would rather put up with calcium residue than to buy and maintain that system again.

Is it too good to be true, or is the water filter industry protecting its expensive Ion Exchange market?

There are more Salt-Free water softener reviews on the site here. Ed.

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