Osmio MaxiSoft Non-Salt Softener 1" BSPP Female - 90 LPM - All Questions
Osmio MaxiSoft Non-Salt Softener 1" BSPP Female - 90 LPM
Does this system cause any drop in water flow/pressure?
Question by: Jenny Ivimey on 5 Feb 2021, 09:19
The pressure drop is minimal - 0.075 bar. There is virtually no flow loss.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on 9 Feb 2021, 22:44
I have a new house with 4 bathrooms on 2 being used will the mini soft suffice there is only two of us living in the house
Question by: Mick Dennis on 30 Apr 2021, 20:40
The MiniSoft will suit current occupancy. However when the flow rate will go over 30 liters per minute if more than 2 bathrooms used - the treatment will be insufficient
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on 21 May 2021, 18:30
Have the polyphosphat that used in the softener anny effects on a domestic sewage treatment plant?
Question by: Christian on 18 Aug 2021, 10:28
You can use the system with septic tanks and domestic sewage treatment plants.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on 5 Sep 2021, 09:11
I would like a system with a softener and a reverse osmosis (or any kind of good filtration) for a 3 bedroom house with one bathroom. Any suggestions? Budget £1000. Thank you
Question by: Ovidiu Cristian Rusu on 28 Sep 2021, 11:32
Hi, we would need further information to make a recommendation. We will get in touch to arrange a call.
Answer by: Irina Orlenko on 2 Oct 2021, 07:50
Can the system be fitted to a verticle pipe?
Question by: Giovanni Del Grosso on 18 Dec 2021, 08:45
The MaxiSoft must be installed mounted vertically, but we can supply a spacer for vertical pipe installation, please select the box to also purchase a vertical spacer, above the "add to basket" button.
Answer by: mark burness (Admin) on 20 Dec 2021, 11:51
Will this system prolong the life of my whole house filters, and my counter top reverser osmio machine?
Question by: Ali on 19 Mar 2022, 11:42
The system will have no effect on the life of filters used in the whole house system. Where premature blockage of countertop system is caused by high hardness, limescale inhibition will help to extend life of the filters. Premature blockage can be also caused by undissolved solids - in this case premature blockage can still occur (affected properties with old type plumbing systems where cold water tanks are used, and high rise buildings where cold water tanks are used to maintain pressure).
Answer by: Rebecca Hyde (Admin) on 24 Mar 2022, 15:24