Sizing Guide for Zero Hardness™ Industrial Water Softener Nancrede Engineering’s Zero Hardness™ failsafe industrial water softener systems save up to 40% of salt, reduce the likelihood of hardness leakage, save money on salt and provide higher efficiency. The Zero Hardness™ failsafe water softener system also provides 100% redundancy in the worker/polisher design. The following guide can be used for our patent pending Zero Hardness™ failsafe industrial softener system. Average Gallons Per Day (GPD) Flow Rate: Peak Continuous Flow Rate GPM*: Desired Hours Between Regenerations: Hardness of Water (Grains Per Gallon): Capacity per Cubic foot of Resin (Grains): Total Gallons of Water Used Between Regenerations: Cubic Feet of Water Softener Resin Needed Per Tank: Inch Valves (estimate): This patent-pending industrial water softener reduces hazards associated with hardness leakage by utilizing a double pass, worker/polisher design. There are many variables beyond the scope of the Zero Hardness™ failsafe industrial water softener calculator such as incoming water quality, changing flow rates and temperature, that also have effects on water softener sizing and are not considered here. To size one of these systems, input the total flow, hardness and peak flow. These guides are to be used for quick estimates only. To receive a more detailed Zero Hardness™ failsafe industrial water softener sizing including configurations (e.g. twin, triple, quad softeners) or pretreatment for reverse osmosis, deionization or other ultra high purity water treatment equipment, please email or call us at 888-56-WATER (569-2837). Our engineers are the same people you get in the field when there is an issue or when you call our free, unlimited technical support. Contact us now, and we’ll find the perfect system help you keep hardness out of your building. We also offers preventative maintenance, engineering consultation, equipment leasing, financing, and build, own, operate options. Let us know if you would like information on how these services can help you reduce downtime and capital risks. * Peak Continuous GPM is not instantaneous peak flow rate. It represents a continuous high flow rate at peak times of the day (e.g. for 30 minutes or more). ** Instantaneous peak flow rate is the maximum GPM for a short time (e.g. 1-5 minute period).