1. Water enters the water softener and flows through the resin tank.
2. The calcium and magnesium carbonates that create hard water are retained within the resin beads, during the ion exchange process.
3. Softened water then flows into the premise.
4. Once the resin tank has depleted its capacity for the amount of calcium and magnesium carbonates it can hold, it will need to regenerate, clean and disinfect itself to replenish its capacity. A concentrated salt water solution (brine) will be flushed through the tank to conduct this regeneration. The Purever Softener will conduct this process Automatically, at pre-set hours that is necessary to continue providing softened water.
5. During the regeneration, all waste water will be flushed down the connected waste.
6. Post regeneration of the Purever Softener will be ready to go again, and continue providing softened water to the premise

Product Overview



Resin media that performs
• Powerful and durable resin media • Eliminates hardness from municipal or well water • Rigorous quality control process for testing resin media


remove suspended solids like silt sand, dirt and other types of sediment


• Built-in safety float
• Heavyweight, corrosion-free material
• Dry salt storage
• Less cleaning

Specification and Operating Data

Description MODEL 1 MODEL 2 MODEL 3 MODEL 4
Vessel Size 10 x 54 13 x 54 14 x 65 18 x 65
Resin Volume 1.75 Cu. feet 3.0 Cu. feet 4.6 Cu. feet 7.2 Cu. feet
Regeneration Time (200 Hardness) 12000 litre 22000 litre 35000 litre 50000 litre
Salt use 6-7 Kg 12 Kg 18 Kg 28 Kg
Recharge Time Automatically
* Recharge
* Backwash
* Rinse
60 Minutes 60 Minutes 60 Minutes 60 Minutes
Litre per hour capacity 1500 LPH 2500 LPH 3500 LPH 3500 LPH
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