Industrial Water Softeners

Industrial water softeners are utilized by a wide range of industries to decrease water hardness by eliminating minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and others. The main advantage of using an industrial water softener is its ability to lower costs and increase the longevity of your equipment.

It is important that an industrial water softener be properly sized and engineered. If an industrial water softener is undersized, it can result in hardness leakage and damage to equipment. Hardness leakage is the amount of hardness present in the effluent water at the point when a run is terminated.  If an industrial water softener is oversized, it will waste salt and water, increasing costs.

Visit our industrial water softener site for detailed industrial water softener resources from Nancrede Engineering including our free industrial water softener size calculators and guides.

Water Softeners for Industrial & Commercial Water Softening Applications

Industrial Water Softener - Heavy Duty Steel

Industrial Water Softener – Heavy Duty Steel

Industrial and commercial water softeners quickly pay for themselves through significant cost savings in various areas:

  • industrial softeners will reduce your energy consumption
  • industrial softeners will extend your equipment life
  • industrial softeners will  result in fewer plumbing repairs

The bottom line is that water softeners for industrial and commercial applications save money.

Here are just a few examples of how an industrial water softener can help virtually every business, from manufacturing to hotels to laboratories:

  • water heaters and boilers will last longer
  • costly special chemicals for boilers and steam handling equipment can be greatly reduced
  • the service life of linens, clothing, fixtures, and equipment will be noticeably extended
  • process water will be more consistent and efficient

Industrial water softeners from Nancrede Engineering are the result of nearly a century of experience in the design of quality water treatment equipment. They are specifically engineered to meet the exacting demands of industrial water users, including industrial water softeners. Nancrede Engineering’s industrial water softeners feature unique, patented engineering innovations to provide greater water softener efficiency, more capacity, higher flow rates, higher system reliability, and lower operating costs when used in industrial and commercial applications.


More Information on Industrial Water Softeners

Industrial Water Softener Applications

Industrial Water Softener Sizing

Industrial Water System Service

Do you need to replace your industrial water softener? Or do you need to repair your industrial water softener? Contact us right now at or 888-569-2837 for rapid response service in Indiana, the Midwest and throughout the U.S. We can help you identify the most cost-effective approach for all your industrial water systems including industrial and commercial water softeners. Our experienced engineers are ready to help.

Learn more about Nancrede Engineering’s other industrial water systems including:
Industrial deionizers
Industrial water filters
Industrial reverse osmosis

Contact us today for industrial water softener repair, service, and maintenance programs – as well as industrial water softener leasing or purchasing. We offer free basic water testing to qualified engineers and industrial and healthcare organizations.

Do you need to repair your water softener because your Bruner valve needs to be replaced or another part has failed? We also carry parts, valves and repair kits for water softeners from Culligan, Marlo, Bruner, Lakeside and Siemans and more in our industrial water softener parts store.

For even more information about industrial and commercial water softening, visit our dedicated industrial water softener site. Did you know that Nancrede Engineering not only sells and services industrial water softeners but also buys used industrial water equipment? If you want to sell your used industrial water softener, contact us today.

Subscribe to our free newsletter that provides insights and news on trends in industrial water, ultrapure water, and Legionella control.

Contact Us Now Get a Quote