LINX Drinking Water Systems Available in Austin
Your local LINX Dealer in Austin, TX is excited to offer the most innovative drinking water system ever. The new LINX 160 line of drinking water systems offers the same great RO quality water but utilizes an ion exchange process powered by electricity rather than chemicals.
This technology allows LINX to offer three crucial features not offered by traditional reverse osmosis systems.
- The Dial–A–Taste® function allows consumers to adjust the taste of their water by increasing or reducing the mineral content
- >Less Water Waste – LINX consumers save 1000’s of gallons of water every year versus the leading RO system due to the conserving nature of the LINX technology
- Each LINX system has indicator lights to notify consumers when filters need to be changed or if maintenance is needed
The LINX Systems are able to provide virtually UNLIMITED water and do so with very little electricity – about as much as it takes to toast a bagel! The tanks fill in minutes, providing an endless supply of clean, great tasting water. LINX Systems are available for purchase or rent, call LINX of Austin today to begin enjoying Your Water – Your Way, at home or in the office.
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The Edwards Aquifer
The Edwards Aquifer is not only a unique groundwater system, it is one of the most prolific artesian aquifers on Earth. Serving the diverse industrial, agricultural, domestic, and recreational needs of south central Texas, the Edwards Aquifer is one of the greatest natural resources in the world. Austin, the 13th most poulous city in the United States, is positioned on the upper-most edge of the aquifer. Water from the Edwards is the reason 18th century Spanish missionaries were able to build foundations like the Waterloo on this New World frontier. For over two centuries Austin and many other cities, from Bracketville through San Antonio and north to Austin, have been able to prosper without developing other water resources because of the Edwards Aquifer. However, in recent decades the demand for water in the region has grown well beyond what the aquifer is capable of providing. Due to the increase in demand, there are concerns about the welfare of endangered species as well as regional economies that depend on spring flows from the aquifer. For these reasons, residents of the region have been forced to face though decisions and regulations in order to conserve water.
Drought Declared in Austin
In November of 2012 the Board of Directors of the Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District declared a Stage II Alarm Drought for the district. Today, the drought declaration continues to affect some 60,000 groundwater users in Hayes, Travis and Caldwell Counties. The stage II alarm drought was declared due to the Lovelady Monitor Well and the springflow at Barton Springs, in the Edwards Aquifer, dipping below its alarm level of 478.4 feet above sea level. This drought declaration requires specific monthly pumpage reductions in order to achieve at least a 20% reduction in monthly water use. To do this, groundwater customers are required to comply with specific water restrictions such as restricting outdoor water use, limiting landscape irrigation, refraining from pool filling, and other non-essential water use such as water fountains.
LINX Systems Use Up To 33% Less Water Than RO!
LINX of Austin is confident our LINX Drinking Water Systems can help local Austin residents achieve this reduction of water use. With a LINX Drinking Water System, groundwater customers can save thousands of gallons of water per year when compared to the leading reverse osmosis (RO) system. Did you know independent studies have shown that a traditional RO filter can waste over 92% of its feed water under normal household conditions? That means if you and your family consume only one gallon of drinking water a day, you can save over 4,000 gallons* of water in one year with a LINX Drinking Water System. Our LINX Drinking Water Systems are offered as an under-the-sink unit or as a water cooler, making it easy and convenient for your home or office. Contact Us today to learn more about how you can help conserve water.
*Assumes typical household conditions with water pressure of 40 PSI and tap water temperatures of 64°. To learn more about the severe drought in the Austin area, click here.
We offer innovative technology in drinking water systems in order to replace environmentally unfriendly bottled water. Call us today to find out more!
If you are interested in learning more about a LINX Drinking Water Systems, contact LINX of Austin today by using the form below:
LINX of Austin
151H Old County Road
San Carlos, CA 94070