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Thursday, March 27th 2003, 9:55am

by RVLI

I don't think there are any softners for small residential, but I think I have heard about use of them on very large commercial systems, such as a golf course. Is there a reason you would like to "soften" your water for irrigation?


Thursday, March 27th 2003, 7:50am

by KJV001

Hard Water

I have a large sprikler system operating off its own well. Is there a softner system available which does not require salt or chlorine. This would be for irragation only.