Aqua Tech Texas 水晶靈

Welcome to Aqua Tech Texas – your trusted partner for water solutions! At Aqua Tech Texas, we specialize in providing top-notch water softener and purification systems, offering a comprehensive range designed to enhance the quality of your water. 


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At Aqua Tech Texas, we offer comprehensive services to address your water concerns with precision and care. Our consultation service begins with a thorough assessment of your water quality, identifying any issues related to hardness, contaminants, or other specific needs. Our experienced team will guide you through the available solutions, tailoring recommendations to suit your unique requirements


When it comes to installation, we specialize in water purifiers and softener systems designed for high efficiency and low maintenance. Our certified professionals ensure the seamless integration of these systems into your home, providing you with purified and softened water throughout. The installation process is conducted with precision, taking into account the specific characteristics of your plumbing and ensuring optimal performance.

After-Sales Service

Aqua Tech Texas is dedicated to providing exceptional after-sales service to ensure the ongoing satisfaction and support of our valued customers. Our after-sales service encompasses a range of features designed to address your needs comprehensively: Product Assistance, Technical Support, Warranty and Repairs, Customer Education, Feedback Collection, Updates and Upgrades, Customer Loyalty Programs, Resolution of Issues and so on.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the functioning process of a water softener system?

A water softener system uses ion exchange to replace calcium and magnesium ions in hard water with sodium ions, resulting in softened water that offers various benefits for both households and water-using appliances.

How does water purification work?

Water purification involves removing contaminants and impurities from water to make it safe for consumption through various filtration and treatment processes.

What's differences between Traditional (Salt-Based) Water Softeners and Salt-Free Water Conditioners?

Traditional (salt-based) water softeners remove hardness minerals by exchanging them with sodium, requiring regular salt refills and maintenance. They fully soften the water but add sodium and produce brine waste. In contrast, salt-free water conditioners use TAC technology to prevent scale without removing minerals, needing minimal maintenance and no salt. They do not soften the water but are more environmentally friendly and add no sodium.

Why is drinking water quality testing important?

Drinking water quality testing is important to ensure that your water is free from harmful substances and meets regulatory standards for safe consumption, protecting your health.

What does TDS stand for?

TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids. It refers to the combined content of all inorganic and organic substances present in a liquid in molecular, ionized, or micro-granular suspended form. TDS is commonly measured in parts per million (ppm) or milligrams per liter (mg/L) and is an indicator of water quality.

What TDS level is considered safe for drinking water?

The TDS level in drinkable water varies depending on the water source and treatment process. Generally, TDS levels in drinking water should be below 500 milligrams per liter (mg/L) for it to be considered safe and palatable.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a water solution that meets your needs and enhances the quality of water in your home.