How A Water Softener Works
Cutting edge design, built for every day. With nine patents obtained and more on the way, Hague doesn’t just engineer soft water, we guarantee it. Here’s how it works.
WHAT IS HARD WATER
Hard water is tough on your appliances, skin, hair and your daily routine. It’s defined by how much calcium and magnesium your water contains. The white residue they leave behind can build up in your pipes, shorten your appliances’ lifespan, add to your weekly cleaning ritual, increase your utility bills and repair costs, and act tough on your skin and hair.
WATER SOFTENING BY HAGUE
Crafted by science. Made for every day. Water softeners from Hague are packed with resin beads, meaning your hard water flows through the resin and—in a process called ion exchange—trades places with sodium ions via the resin beads. So, you get soft water for your whole family, everywhere in your home. But that’s not the end of our journey.
SMALLER YET STRONGER
When it comes to water softeners, bigger does not mean better. Hague softeners use a fine mesh resin—which means that our smaller beads provide more surface area to soften your water more efficiently. This resin is vacuum-packed to allow maximum capacity in a minimal space. Plus, our patented Directional Flow Screens help ensure that no resin bead goes unused. Our screens and built-in dirt and sediment filter also protect the resin bed, so no space is wasted.