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Water Dealkalizers

Champion operational efficiencies with commercial and industrial water dealkalizers from Culligan Water®, which reduce alkalinity in your water to keep your boiler running smoothly.

Why Choose Culligan Water Dealkalizers

From hotels and surgery centers to restaurants and universities, Culligan knows that the health of your boiler is imperative to your business.

Longer-Lasting Equipment

Prevent scaling and avoid boiler corrosion by reducing alkalinity in your water.

Cost Savings

Improve fuel efficiency in your boiler by reducing the unfavorable effects of excess alkalinity in your water supply.

Flexible Applications

Choose from a variety of systems based on the flow rates required by your business operations.

Explore Best-in-Class Water Dealkalizers

CSM™ Dealkalizer

This mid-size dealkalizer system is ideal for applications requiring flow rates from 6 to 100* gallons per minute.

Hi-Flo® 50 Dealkalizer

Our largest dealkalizer system is suitable for applications requiring flow rates from 25 to 200* gallons per minute.

CTM Dealkalizer

This innovative dealkalizer works with your CTM water softening system to balance the pH of your water and reduce corrosion.

Water Dealkalizer FAQs

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Efficient Solutions for Every Industry

The Culligan Water Commitment

At Culligan Water, we’re the global leader in providing cleaner, safer soft water for a reason: since 1936, we’ve been focused on delivering innovative, sustainable solutions and unparalleled service.

Today, we serve 50 million customers every year with our network of professionally trained technicians, industry-leading warranties and a 30-day 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

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*Peak Flow Rate – Pressure drop at peak flow rate varies. Peak flow rates are not recommended for extended periods of time. Operating at peak flow rates may cause hardness leakage in treated water flow.
*Flow rate with multiple systems at a 25 psi pressure loss per system.
**Flow rate at a 25 psi pressure loss.