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    Same Culligan Conditioning, Sans Salt
    More efficient appliances, fresher water, and fluffier laundry are just some of the benefits waiting for you when you switch to a no-sodium alternative from the full line of Culligan salt-free water conditioning solutions. Benefits include: 
    • All the Culligan conditioning you trust, backed by local Culligan Man installation, support, and servicing.
    • None of the hassle of salt discharge, delivery, and maintenance. 
    A huge advantage for residents or owners of properties in brine-restricted areas, salt-less water treatment solutions with advanced technologies like our Cullar® Carbon Filter, Filter-Cleer®, Iron-Cleer®, and Sulfur-Cleer® features are built into our High Efficiency Water Softeners, Medallist Series, and Gold Series systems. 

    Culligan offers many salt-free options that enhance your water and improve its taste, including:
    • Culligan Soft Water Exchange Softener Service

    Regeneration takes place at Culligan, so there’s no salt or discharge at your home.
    • Culligan Automatic Filters

    Our full line of salt-free filtration systems include Cullar® Carbon Filter, Filter-Cleer, Iron-Cleer®, Sulfur-Cleer®, and Cullneu Neutralizing Filter.
    • Whole House Reverse Osmosis
    • No-Sodium Softener Alternative 

    For additional salt-free conditioning alternatives, all Culligan softening systems can use potassium chloride for the same softening benefits, without the salt.
    Independent Research
    Laboratory tests by independent third parties suggest that magnetic water treatment devices do not deliver the benefits of soft water. Additionally, third-party research has consistently concluded that these products do not work in all water conditions, and 34 separate report papers have indicated that physical water treatment does not work in a consistent and predictable way.
    The Army Corp of Engineers tested two magnetic devices (Descal-A-Matic and Aqua Magnetic) and one electronic device (Ener Tec) in 2001. The findings do not support the claims of the manufacturers regarding the ability of their respective devices to prevent mineral scale formation in hot potable water systems.
    WQA determined no performance test standard for Physical Treatment Devices exists in the U.S. for “salt-free” devices.
    Penn State University states there is virtually no valid scientific data to support any water treatment benefit from magnetic devices. Companies use testimonials from “hundreds of satisfied customers” to support their claims.
    Purdue University tested six unidentified magnetic water conditioning devices and compared them to untreated water. Testing lasted for 240 days. No beneficial effect was seen for the magnetic treatment devices.
    South Dakota Magnet School of Mines & Technology tested two different classes of magnetic water treatment devices. Measurements included boiling-point depression, surface tension, water conductivity, and “scaling rate.” No difference seen between raw water and magnets.