The Fleck 2510 SXT is a residential softener built with a design similar to commercial valves, making it one of our most durable residential soft water systems. We highly recommend the 2510 SXT with fine mesh resin if you are a home owner with well water or high iron content.
The Fleck 5600 SXT is our best selling residential water softener. The SXT electronics of the valve provide both the owner and installer a simple to operate, user friendly method of making adjustments to the control.
Softeners equipped with the 7000 control valve can achieve very high flow rates with only a small drop in pressure through the valve. The valve is built with the very latest in technology including all-composite construction, reliable optical electronics and quick connect clips which allow for easy installation and maintenance.
In today’s economy, sustainability is key. In an effort to be more environmentally conscious, Peterson Salt & Water Treatment is selling refurbished Fleck and Autotrol water softeners. Our technicians personally re-build and test each part of these units to make sure everything is in proper
working order. Refurbished is an excellent option if you are looking to save money. On average, you will save close to 50 percent of the equipment cost if you choose a refurbished softener or a new softener.
The Fleck 5600 and Autotrol 250 series are on-demand water softening systems, which means they count your gallons as you use them — saving you money on salt and water. Each refurbished softener comes with brand new resin in the tank and a 1-year warranty on all parts.
Please call (952) 929-0422 today to inquire about pricing or to schedule an installation time.
The Fleck 9100 SXT is a premier water filtration system that provides continuous soft water to your home 24/7. This dual resin tank system is our most efficient residential water softener that limits your reserve capacity to almost nothing, completely eliminating any “wasted” soft water gallons. The 9100 also uses soft water regeneration to prolong the life of the valve, reducing the amount of service that may be needed.