What are the best commercial applications for LifeSource Water Filters and ScaleSolver solutions?
Many commercial projects require water softener alternatives because of hidden costs, tank leakage, breakdowns, and general dissatisfaction. Engineers and facilities managers are looking for better solutions for scale reduction and control for boilers, plumbing infrastructures, and other fixtures and equipment.
On the aesthetic side – many hotels, apartments, condos, and housing developments are looking for added-value amenities such as clean, safe, great tasting water eliminating plastic water bottles and creating a healthier, safer drinking, bathing, and washing environment for residents, staff, and guests.
How long has LifeSource been in business?
LifeSource has been manufacturing and selling water filtration systems around the world since 1984 from the same location in Pasadena, California.
Isn't city water good enough without a LifeSource system?
Most municipal water systems use chlorine to treat water. While they do an excellent job treating your water, many people do not like the taste, feel, and smell of municipal water.
LifeSource filters out the unpleasant tastes and smells to provide clean filtered water, rich in mineral nutrients, from EVERY faucet, shower or tap in your hotel, apartment, office building.
How does a LifeSource system work?
It is our proprietary “coconut shell” granular activated carbon media inside our tanks combined with our high-end valves, controllers, and backwash systems that create virtual maintenance-free, great tasting LifeSource water.
What does the LifeSource system add to the water?
LifeSource adds nothing to your water while filtering out chlorine, dirt, certain sediments, bad tastes and odors, and keeping healthy minerals in.
What tests and certifications has LifeSource completed?
LifeSource Water Systems have earned the Gold Seal by the Water Quality Association. The products were tested and certified by independent labs and have met the rigorous safety and structural integrity requirements set by industry standard NSF/ANSI-42 and 61 certifications. You can trust the LifeSource brand for years to come.
Who is the Water Quality Association?
To help customers choose quality water treatment products, the WQA developed its Gold Seal Certification Program - issuing the first Gold Seal in 1959. The WQA only awards the Gold Seal to those systems, components, or additives that have met or exceeded industry standards for contaminant reduction, structural integrity, and material safety. Customers can easily identify WQA Certified products by looking for the Gold Seal Mark.