Commercial Water Softeners

Diligently working throughout all of South-Western Ontario, Viridian Water Systems caters chiefly to Industrial and Commercial businesses seeking Water Softening & Purification products and services. The industry’s most demanding products include Commercial Water Softeners, Commercial and Industrial Reverse Osmosis Systems, Ultraviolet Disinfection Systems (UV Systems), Carbon Filters (Chlorine Reduction Systems), Sediment Filtration Units and Batch Control Equipment.

Commercial Water Softeners have been the focus of Viridian Water Systems for the last decade or so. We supply only the best grade of Commercial Water Softeners available in the market today. Primarily, Viridian installs and commissions Clack and Kinetico Branded Water Softeners. In our 25+ years in the industry, we have determined these two brands to be superior in quality and functionality. The Clack control valves utilized in Commercial Water Softeners have only a single moving part and this makes them very user-friendly and easy to maintain.

Water Softening is a very crucial part of many Industrial and Commercial processes, and as such, it is important to deal with quality products and service. The Commercial Water Softeners that we supply, install and commission are utilized in Residential, Commercial and Industrial settings because they are built to last and perform in all conditions. Our Commercial Water Softeners are of Clack design, and are rated for heavy Commercial and Industrial use.

Hardness in water is caused mainly by significant concentrations of Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Lead and other Cations that are sufficiently dissolved. Commercial Water Softeners remedy the many adverse effects of hard water that Industrial and Commercial businesses face on a daily basis. Excess Calcium and Magnesium in the water source can cause staining, residue marks and clogged pipelines. Many Commercial settings such as restaurants benefit immensely from the installation of Commercial Water Softeners. Utilizing soft water saves nearly 50% of detergent and soap costs for a restaurant. This can be significant over the lifetime of an operating business.

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