One luxury you can take on the road is a portable RV water softener system.
Why take chances when a small RV water system is easy to install, affordable, and, these days, highly efficient? But how does one choose the best system and how much should you pay for a unit? Good questions and here are some facts on RV water treatment systems to help get you started.
If you are planning to buy a new, late-model recreational vehicle, your vehicle will most likely come with its own water filtering system installed, or come as an option. The best advice is to purchase the system that was designed for the vehicle.
For those who already own a recreational vehicle but do not have a RV fresh water system installed, or for those who wish to change their current system, many portable water softener treatment options are available.
There are a few issues you need to consider before you make your decision. First of all, you need to know if you want to filter all of your water or just some of it. You may not want to filter your sewage water but you certainly do want to filter any water that is used for drinking and cooking.
Second, you need to decide if your RV water purifier will be installed as a whole-vehicle unit or an in-line filter. Whole-vehicle units are basically larger units that are self-contained. In-line units are attached directly to the existing supply lines and can be placed wherever you want them.
As you might imagine, the whole-vehicle units are more expensive, but for those who have large vehicles and for those who want the filtration benefits of RV water softeners, the whole-car unit may be more economical over time. These units can also be set up in multiple-canister fashion to give the owner a huge array of options, depending on the type of canisters used and their placement.
In-line RV water sanitizing filters are very affordable, easy to install, and allow owners to filter only the water that they want to filter. One of the most common approaches to using in-line filters in a RV water purification system is to place them under the sink at the locations needed.
For example, many owners will place an in-filter under the kitchen sink, which is often a major water dispensing point for both drinking and cooking.
A good idea for those wishing to enhance their current RV water system is to read a few RV water softener reviews. These reviews can help owners learn which products are being used and which are delivering good results and which are not.
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