Culligan Water Softener Systems

Protect process equipment with one of the world’s leading water softener systems.

The Culligan line of softeners is one the most complete in the industry, satisfying demands for scale reduction for flow rates from 1 to hundreds of cubic meters per hour.

With innovative technology found in the models like the HE (High Efficiency) softener such as Progressive Flow, Culligan Smart Controller, Brine Reclaim and Aqua-Sensor® technologies, Culligan Softener systems are among the most efficient and technologically advanced on the market. Learn more about the Culligan’s Water Softneres

Culligan High Efficiency Softener

Reduces operating costs up to 46% with patented technologies to optimize salt, water and electricity consumption

Smart Controller & High Efficiency valve

  • Multiple language full text display
  • Easy to connect to remote display, building management systems, PLC’s etc
  • Optional modem connection can alert Culligan if salt is needed or needs service
  • Upflow regeneration to increase efficiency

Brine reclaim

Optional brine reclaim system returns portion of reusable brine back to brine tank during regeneration, saving up to 25% of salt usage

AquaSensor®

Only regenerate when required – using the optional aquasensor internal probe regenerations can be initiated only when the resin is nearing exhaustion

FRP tanks

High impact FRP tanks are used up to 48” tanks or steel tanks with food grade epoxy coatings for up to 120” diameters

Resin media

High efficiency Cullex® resin is used in Culligan softener systems. The resin consists of highly porous, amber coloured, plastic beads which are covered with "exchange sites" that preferentially remove hardness ions and replace them with sodium, a "soft" ion. Once exhausted the resin is “regenerated” using a salt water brine solution and the softening process begins again.

Brine tanks

Long lasting brine tanks with corrosion proof components, including smart-brine probe to predict when you will need more salt.

Progressive Flow

Using the progressive flow feature of the Culligan Smart Controller, softeners can be installed in a chain, and will come on and offline as the flow requires, allowing peak water usages to be managed.

Culligan Water Softener Products


Culligan Medallist Series  Water Softeners

Flow 1.8 m3/hr (30 L/min)

Available in 10, 15, 20 and 42 L resin volumes, the Culligan Medallist Softener offers an economic solution to light-commercial applications. With hundreds of thousands of installations worldwide, the Medallist softener is a proven solution for hard water problems. Regeneration of the Cullex™ resin can be set based on either time-clock or volumetric control, and the Medallist softener utilises the Culligan ”tripl-hull” or “Quadra-Hull” resin vessel. The Quadra-hull vessel offers an industry best in class construction made up of NSF approved tank liner, epoxy resin composite shell, graphite coating for additional strength and a UV resistant tank jacket.

 

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Culligan High Efficiency (HE)  Water Softeners

Flow range 3 – 8.5 m3/hr

The Culligan High Efficiency (HE) 1” and1.5” Softeners have patented technology which delivers improved efficiency to reduce operating costs. Up to 36% more efficient than traditional timeclock softeners. The HE softener reduces hard water contaminants, reducing scale build-up that affects equipment performance. With the Culligan Smart Controller, available on the HE, the softener adjusts to influent water conditions and regenerates based on need. Customers can also monitor their water treatment system performance, consumable usage, and maintenance needs, at a single site or across multiple ones 24 hours a day.

Culligan HE Softeners are offered in Up-flow, Down-flow or in Progressive-Flow configurations.

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Culligan High Efficiency (HE)  TWIN Water Softeners

Flow range 3 – 8.5 m3/hr per Tank

Thanks to the exclusive patented technology the Culligan HE Twin Softener, available in 1” and 1.5” connection versions, consists of two columns of softening, which are able to provide treated water without service interruptions ensuring greater efficiency for various industrial and professional applications.

 

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Culligan CTM Water Softeners

Flow range 18 – 23 m3/hr

Culligan Commercial CTM Softeners have a variety product features that make them ideal for a variety of light commercial applications for hotels/hospitality, institutions, food service and other light industry. Units are available in single or multi-tank configurations. The CTM includes a GBE Smart Controller that has a variety of add-on options for advanced instrumentation and communication

 

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Culligan Ultra-Line HA Water Softener

Flow range 18 – 34 m3/hr

Ideal for small and medium sized industry applications, the Culligan Ultra- Line HA softeners are manufactured in heavy duty steel with a food grade epoxy coating to prevent corrosion. The system is fully automated thanks to a Culligan controller and durable noryl plastic valves. Regeneration can be set based on time, volume or water quality depending on your needs.

 

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Culligan Ultra-Line HB Water Softener

Flow range 50 – 227 m3/hr

Designed for large water softening applications the Culligan ultraLine HB softeners are capable of softening water at flows of up to 227m/hr. Long life is guaranteed thanks to the tanks heavy duty steel and epoxy coated construction. Fully automated and utilising precise Culligan exclusive diaphragm valves. The Ultra-Line HB softener is an ideal match for large scale water softening applications.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Hard water is water that contains dissolved minerals such as magnesium, iron and manganese, and most often calcium. Water naturally becomes hard as it moves over and through the earth to either a reservoir or into an underground aquifer. Hard water is probably the most common water problem found in municipal and well water supplies. Hard water can cause what is known as scale (normally calcium carbonate, or limescale as it is more commonly known) to build up inside appliances and equipment that utilise water, but particularly ones that heat the water such as boilers, dishwashers, washing machines, cooling systems etc. This can have a significant impact on energy consumption and efficiency.

Just 1mm of limescale in your hot water system can increase your energy use 
by 7%*. The most common and effective treatment for hard water is a water softener.

* Source: http://www.carbontrust.com/media/7411/ctv051_low_temperature_hot_water_boilers.pdf

Culligan water softeners use Cullex® ion-exchange resin which act on the specific ions which cause scale, mainly Calcium (Ca2+) and Maganesium (Mg2+) ions. These ions are exchanged for sodium ions.

When all the available sodium Na+ ions have been replaced with calcium or magnesium ions, the resin must be re-charged, or as it is more commonly known regenerated by eluting the Ca2+ and Mg2+ ions using a solution of sodium chloride (brine solution).

In this way the unit can continue to soften the water by simply regenerating it periodically when it becomes exhausted using a salt water brine solution.

Some of the benefits of using soft water

  • Scale reduction
  • Extended equipment life
  • Reduced energy and water consumption
  • Reduced maintenance, chemical and detergent costs
  • Pre-treatment for boilers
  • Cooling tower make up water
  • Ultra soft water for oil field steam injectors
  • Ingredient, process and utility water for food and beverage manufacturing
  • Appliances using water in Commercial kitchens
  • Humidification & Air-conditioning
  • Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Deionisation (DI) pre-treatment

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