Evolve Twin Systems Water Conditioner

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Evolve Series® twin tank water treatment systems use advanced science to offer clean water 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Designed to meet today’s high-capacity demands for the best possible water, smart high-tech electronics simplify a complex process, whether you’re a city water customer or a well owner. Save money with reduced salt and water consumption, and feel good knowing your Evolve system is made in the U.S.A.

Service Position


This is the normal operating position of the conditioner. In this stage or position, untreated water flows through the inlet side of the control valve and down through and across the media. It is at this moment the undesirable minerals (calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese, etc.) are removed from the water. In some models, sulfur (rotten egg odor) can be eliminated and the pH of the water increased.

Brine Tank Fill


This is the first cycle in the regeneration cycle. When the system needs to regenerate, it signals the control valve to fill the brine tank with water. Unlike many other systems, the Evolve Series uses conditioned water when making brine solution.

Because the Evolve Series systems use a “dry fill” process, salt is less susceptible to “bridging”. Tank sweating is also less likely to result when humid conditions exist. And because conditioned water is used in refill, the tank stays cleaner.



Backwash is a step in the regeneration process where the media in the tank is physically lifted up, spun around and agitated under pressure. It is cleaned of any particles such as dirt, clay and precipitated iron which has been filtered out during normal use of the system. The backwash water containing the undesirable particles flow harmlessly to drain.

Brine Draw


This cycle is the rejuvenating or recharging cycle in the regeneration process. Brine is drawn out of the salt tank and passes through the patented chlorine generator in route to the system’s media. While passing through the generator, it comes in contact with a small amount of electrical current which in turn creates free chlorine from the chlorides in the brine. As the chlorinated brine solution flows through the media, it disinfects the tank and recharges the media. Most of the chlorine is consumed in the disinfection process. Any left over chlorine and brine solution is removed during the system’s rinse cycle.

Rapid Rinse


This is the final step in the regeneration process. It ensures that any remaining salt and residual chlorine has been rinsed from the unit. When the cycle is completed, the unit returns to the service position to provide quality conditioned water.

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