Commercial Water Softeners Las Vegas

Kinetico’s Renowned Non-Electric
Twin Tank Water Softeners

We set the standard with a unique design that offers continuous soft water, 24 hours a day with minimal maintenance. Non-electric operation eliminates down time and other problems associated with electrical component malfunctions.

Since Kinetico water softener systems clean themselves automatically with soft water, you’re assured the best possible efficiency and water quality. Kinetico Water Softeners can be configured to supply soft water to applications demanding up to 225 gpm. For larger applications, Kinetico’s PowerLine Water Softener handles flows up to 540 gpm.

Features
  • Automatic, non-electric operation
  • Metered, demand operated
  • Soft water, countercurrent regeneration
  • Maximum hardness reduction
  • Efficient, low cost operation
  • Corrosion-resistant

Commercial Reverse Osmosis Systems

Kinetico’s High Capacity Reverse Osmosis systems supply high quality water for commercial and light industrial applications, offering flow rate capacities from 225 gallons per day to 43,200 gallons per day. Each product line features a multitude of standard features that are relative to the equipment size.

The patented EverClean Rinse™, available with all Kinetico commercial reverse osmosis systems, automatically cleans the systems’ membranes with high quality water to prevent membrane fouling and to ensure optimum water quality.

Commercial Reverse Osmosis Systems

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