Radio Frequency Water Softening

by tracy on November 17, 2009

Radio Frequency is another form of saltless water treatment. The Patriot Water Purification Company states that this type of system is 2800 times more powerful than a standard magnetic system. Their Liberty Water Purification System uses ultrasonic Patriot Radio Frequency Water Softenerwaves to produce magnetic fields that purify water. Through oxidation and hydrogenation, the system is designed to reduce or remove iron and sulfates, and it will get rid of chlorine, fluoride, and hydrogen sulfide odors.

According to the company, those ugly orange stains on your home, fence, and driveway caused by iron in the irrigation water can be avoided through the use of their system. The small, weather-resistant box pictured above is the only addition to your well, as opposed to the larger and more traditional iron filtration tanks.  If your well water tests positive for iron, take action to remove this mineral before your new home falls prey to difficult-to-remove, defacing orange stains.

Patriot Water offers a 5-year warranty and a 30-day, money-back guarantee. Visit www.patrioth20.com for more information.

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John Lesiw May 2, 2011 at 5:15 pm

How do I get more info to purchase?

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tracy May 6, 2011 at 11:38 am

Radio frequency water softening can by located at, http://patrioth2o.net/well.htm.

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tracy February 26, 2010 at 11:18 am

So sorry it has taken me so long to reply and that the link to this product is not working. I spoke to Richard Wheeler at Patriot. They are putting up a new site. He’s the best one to answer your question. Contact him via email or phone, Ptrt10@aol.com, (877) 979-2837.

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tracy February 26, 2010 at 11:17 am

So sorry it has taken me so long to reply and that the link is not working. I spoke to Richard Wheeler at Patriot. They are putting up a new site. He’s the best one to answer your question. Contact him via email or phone, Ptrt10@aol.com, (877) 979-2837.

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