clack metered simplex water softeners

Wateq are able to produce and manufacture a full range of Clack Softeners, both Simplex and duplex. Please browse our selection of Clack softeners on offer below, if none of these meet your requirements then please do feel free to contact us, and we can talk through your issues, and quote for a system that’s right for you.

About Clack

Clack Water Softeners information.

Wateq only use the highest quality products in there manufacturing. That is why every softener we specify will be a clack Softener. They are the best by far and have so many advantages to any other valve on the market.

The service time is 1/8 of its competition, the spares cost half the price, the functionality of the valve is twice as good, and it has the ability to customise the setup to suit each individual customer’s needs.

Wateq units come with a meter control as standard, as its more cost effective and pays back the additional extra fee within a year of installing the softener, Time clock versions of every simplex softener are available on request.

The life expectancy of each Wateq softener is around 10 years, as the softening resin will need to be replaced after this time. However, the valve and tank should not need to be changed.


Simplex Water Softeners explained.

Simplex water softeners are best used for domestic properties and small commercial sites. They will soften the water during the day, and then in the down time during the night will regenerate using a sodium chloride solution. If you require any softener salt, then please do let us know.

Simplex softeners utilise a single vessel, so during this regeneration time, hard water will be able to pass through the system if water is called for. Wateq programmes these systems to regenerate at 2 o’clock in the morning as water is not normally need in a domestic situation. However, this can be altered for any customers with specific needs. Say for example a farmer needs water from 3 o’clock onwards. We can alter the regeneration cycle to start earlier when the farmer is asleep.