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Water Treatment


Your water quality is critical to many things in your home. Poor water quality can affect your health, personal grooming, plumbing, kitchen and bathroom fixtures and appliances just to name a few. CSI has the highest quality water treatment products on the market. Don't trust your water quality with any other treatment system or water well contractor.

Call or E-Mail Bapst, Inc. today to discuss how a CSI Water Treatment System can help improve the water quality in your home

Water Treatment

Problem Water

Is your water quality too poor to treat with a conventional softener or filter? CSI has developed a broad range of products that will effectively treat extreme levels of iron, manganese and sulfur gas. Call Bapst, Inc. today for more information.

Automatic or Demand Softeners

Depending on the size of your water softener unit and the demands of your unit, an automatic or demand softener is the perfect solution for meeting the needs of your household's soft water requirements.

An automatic valve regenerates the softener from a timing device set based on the size of the softener and your household usage.

A demand valve triggers regeneration based on the amount of water you use and the size of the softener.

Alternating Twin Softener

An alternating twin system has two resin tanks that allow it to maintain the delivery of soft water at all times using a dual redundancy system. When the online tank is exhausted, the system automatically switches to the secondary tank that is on stand-by. Using this efficient system, you will never have to worry about running out of soft water.

Cartridge Filters

Cartridge filters come in many different varieties depending on your specific application. From taste and odor to sediment filters, there is a CSI filter to meet your needs.

Reverse Osmosis

Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) is one of the most convenient and economical methods of reducing unwanted contaminants in your drinking water. It improves the quality of your drinking water by a process by which water molecules are forced through a semipermeable membrane using water pressure. This removes most of the contaminants and leaves the purer water in a holding tank, ready for use.

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