Salt Free Softeners

What Happens When Outdated Salt Softener Technology Is Replaced With Salt-Free

What Happens When Outdated Salt Softener Technology is Replaced with Water Softener Alternatives with Salt Free Technology?

Most Americans (approximately 89%) deal with hard water in their home. The standard solution to this predicament has long been a salt-based water softener. But, as concerned families may know, many areas of the country have effectively banned salt-based water softeners as a health and environmental hazard. Right away, this raises questions: what properties of salt-based […]

Water Damage in Ceiling

Solving Common Water Problems with New Homes

Buying a new house is an exciting experience, especially for first-time buyers who have finally achieved a lifelong dream. At the same time, new homes provide owners with certain challenges that leave many unprepared. Common Issues Like new cars, new homes often have a few bugs that need to be worked out. Built of thousands […]

Canada Gets Serious About Salt

Guelph and Waterloo take the hard line with softeners. Ontario’s Grand River watershed is home to what might very well be the hardest groundwater in Canada. At its highest, it can be 960 parts per million (ppm) or 56 grains per U.S. gallon, which is well above the hardest water classification, according to the Canadian […]

Differences between a salt-free and salt water softener

What are the differences between the Pelican NaturSoft Salt-Free Water Softener/Conditioner and a traditional salt-based water softener ? Pelican NaturSoft Salt-Free Water Softener/Conditioner Principle: The Pelican NaturSoft Salt-Free Water Softener/Conditioner causes a physical change to the minerals. The minerals are breaking apart from the water molecules and bond together. Operating on principles of polarity, the […]

Upflow vs. Downflow

Pelican Up-flow Water Systems versus Other Down-Flow Water Systems Pelican Up-Flow Designed Water Systems Up-flow systems direct the water in the up-flow direction of the system. The water comes into the water system tank and flows through an upper basket and then down a riser tube in the middle of the tank. Once the water […]