WHCC-35H Salt Free Water Softener (Add on for High Hardness)


The WHCC-35H High Hardness Conditioning System should be used in tandem with a whole house water filtration system if your water contains 8 grains or more of hardness. If your water is treated with Chlorine, use this system in tandem with the WHCC-35 or WHCC-35-DTF Wide Spectrum Whole House Systems. If your water is treated with chloramine, use this system in tandem with WHCM-47 or WHCM-47-DTF Chloramine Wide Spectrum Whole House Systems.

  • No drop in water pressure
  • Virtually Maintenance Free, Requires no electricity
  • All components & media are NSF Certified
  • Utilizes Template Assisted Crystallization Media, conditioning up to 25 grains of total hardness
  • Earth Friendly! No waste water, chemical free, salt free & refillable
  • Incredible 3-5 year capacity, simply replace the media in the system once every 5 years or when symptoms of hardness begin to return. The WHCC-35H will remove existing scale deposits so monitoring the performance visually works just fine.   

Eco-Friendly, Salt Free Water Softening System for water containing hardness above 8 grains. Effectively eliminates scale without the use of salt or backwashing by transforming dissolved hardness minerals into harmless inactive nano crystals that simply pass through plumbing and appliances without building up damaging scale.

  • Capacity/Lifetime: 5 Years
  • Max Gallons per Minute: 15gpm
  • PSI Loss: Less than 1 psi
  • Tank Dimensions: 10″D x 35″H
  • Max Hardness Level: 25 grains per gallon
  • 10 Year Warranty on Housing


Don’t know if your have Chlorine or Chloramines….? Send us your Zip Code & we’ll check and see what your Municipal Water Treatment Facility reporting.

– Email us: sales@healevations.com Live Chat or Call Us @ 1-888-471-4325

Alternatively, if you prefer to research yourself, visit the website of your Municipal Water Provider and review their Annual Water Quality Report (also called Consumer Confidence Report in some cases). When Chloramine is used instead of Free Chlorine, they’ll list the Disinfectant on the report as “Chloramines”, “MonoChloramine”, “Total Chlorine” or “Combined Chlorine”. If you can’t find the information regarding whether Chlorine or Chloramine is added to the water as a disinfectant, you can give the Municipal Plant a call to confirm. Of course, we’d be happy to do this for you as as well, simply provide us your zip code and we’ll do the rest!

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