Global water technology company A. O. Smith Corporation has introduced its first A. O. Smith line of residential water treatment products available exclusively to the wholesale channel. Designed for plumbing contractors, the new PRO water treatment line will include high-performance, commercial-grade point-of-use water filtration systems, water softeners and salt-free water conditioners and water neutralizing and descaling accessories to allow for a fully comprehensive solution for healthier water.
The new PRO water filters feature four under-counter drinking water systems, including a high-flow option that attaches directly to an existing faucet and three systems that use dedicated faucets. The PRO line systems range from carbon-based filters to a premium reverse osmosis option that reduces up to 99% of 90 contaminants, including lead, fluoride, asbestos, PFOA/PFOS, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, viruses, bacteria and more.
The PRO water softeners reduce excessive calcium and magnesium to solve hard water problems throughout the home. Available in two sizes – 34,800 grain capacity and 49,800 grain capacity – the softener offering includes two slim, single-unit options that come with self-cleaning sediment filters, power-loss protection, touch-screen controllers and varying capacities.
PRO Water Conditioner utilizes innovative filtration and salt-free scale reduction technology to extend the life of the appliances and plumbing. Designed for use on city or well-water connections, the system reduces scale buildup and more than 97% of chlorine for up to six years or 600,000 gallons.
The PRO Acid Neutralizer neutralizes acidic condensation from high-efficiency tankless water heaters and helps prevent premature deterioration and damage to pipes and other materials. The PRO Inline Descaler resists scale buildup, extends the life of water heaters without adding chemicals to the water and does not require electricity.
For more info about the new A. O. Smith PRO residential water treatment line, visit www.aosmith.com/wholesale.