Exceptionally salt- and water-efficient whole-home cabinet water softener. Up to 30% reduction of salt emissions of a household.
Requires up to 30% less salt The specially designed tank contains extra fine mesh and tightly compacted chlorine-resistant ion-exchange resin with granules 2 times smaller than in classical columns. The tank design extends its` contact with water and boosts overall salt-efficiency.
2-in-1: water softening & iron removal With the same volume of ion-exchange resin, AQUAPHOR A1000 provides a larger surface area in contact with water, absence of channel effect, while small granules regenerate faster and more efficiently. As a result — removal of a high concentration of Fe (up to 15 ppm).
Up to 5 times less water for regeneration Regeneration of softener and especially iron removal system is very a water-consuming process for classical systems with columns. The innovative, patented Dual Core Valves of the AQUAPHOR A1000 assures long-term trouble-free performance concurrently wasting minimal amount of water.
10-year warranty Efficient and durable thick wall softener tank is made of homogeneous glass-filled composite and will serve longer than is guaranteed to serve, e.g. longer than a decade. While classic columns typically serve less than 5 years. Classical blow-moulded polypropylene columns externally reinforced with the glass fiber usually serve less than 5 years.
Salt-emissions reduction in whole-house water softening
AQUAPHOR A1000 is a more sustainable option to other salt-emitting softeners for households thanks to its innovative tank and smaller size of ion-exchange resin. The combination simultaneously requires less water and less salt for the same or better result.
AQUAPHOR water filters are especially indispensable when water is hard or laden with iron or manganese. The ion-exchange resin in the patented AQUAPHOR water softeners is designed to last many times longer than any other type of media used in the classical water columns.
Aquaphor A1000 Technical specification
— Simultaneous removal of iron, manganese, and hardness. — Reliable fittings of stainless steel and the drain hose in the set. — Reliability and durability of all over the pressure range from 1.5 to 7 atm.
1. The compact housing type "Cabinet". 2. Highly dispersed high-capacity sorbent provides high performance and total removal of iron, manganese, and hardness. 3. The patented proprietary valve provides an uninterrupted filter operation during its lifetime. 4. Controller with a big informative screen. 5. The patented reticulated flow distributor dispatches the flow of treated water throughout the sorbent volume. 6. The cover slider for easy access to the salt tank and filter ensure compactness. 7. The bypass valve in the set. 8. Extremely reliable tank from strong glass-filled plastic.
System conforms to NSF/ANSI 44 for the specific performance claims as verified and substantiated by test data.
Maximum Capacity, grains
Maximum Compensated Hardness, gpg
Maximum Ferrous Iron Reduction, ppm*
Minimum pH, standard units
Water & Ambient Temperature Minimum-Maximum, °F(°C)
Minimum – Maximum inlet water pressure, psi (bar)
20 (1,4) - 100 (7)
Maximum flow rate to drain during regeneration, gpm (L/min)**
Service Flow Rate (@15 psi (1.0 bar)) drop, gpm (L/min)***
Pressure Drop @ 5.5 gpm (22.7 L/min), psi (bar)
12VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.015 kW-hr
Plumbing Connections (NPT)
1 inch male (MNPT)
Minimum Drain Line ID, inch (cm)
5/8 inch (1.6)
Media Tank Size - (ID x Height), inch (cm)
10.5 x 26 (26.7 x 66)
Height, inches (cm)
Footprint, inches (cm)
15.9 x 19.1 (40.4 x 48.5)
Shipping Weight - approx., lb (kg)
Fine Mesh Resin
1.0 cu.ſt . (28L)
Salt Used, lb (kg)
Water Used, Gallons (Liters)
Grains (Grams) removed
Use clean white pellet, cube-style, or solar salt.
Drain Line (Minimum I.D.) 5/8 inch (1.6 cm)
Brine & Rinse total - 0.75 gpm (2.8 L/min)
Brine Draw - 0.25 gpm (0.9 L/min)
Rinse - 0.5 gpm (1.9 L/min)
* Iron reduction to 0.3 ppm or less. Iron reduction claims limited to 5 ppm in the state of Wisconsin. ** Rate of flow must be verified at the end of the drain line. *** For the purposes of plumbing appliance sizing, only the rated service flow rate and corresponding pressure loss may be used. Prolonged operation of a water soſtener at flow rates exceeding the tested service flow rate of 5.5 gpm (20.8 L/min) may compromise performance. Intermittent flow rate must not exceed 9.3 gpm (35.2 L/min).