Range Water Conditioning
With products from Range Water Conditioning, you’ll have the treated water you need, when you need it. High-performance resin conditions your water with prime effectiveness. And our systems are easy and economical to use, simple to service and maintain. Range Water Conditioning can show you how.
Having problems with hard water?
Softened water feels smoother and doesn’t damage appliances like hard water.
Does your water taste bad?
Water filtration system removes all unwanted elements that can show up in your water.
Minnesota has some very hard water and extremely high levels of iron. Thankfully, these water problems don’t pose a health risk, but they do create problems with plumbing, appliances, clothes, and glassware. Which costs you money. Water softeners soften the hard water and can help you save money on your water usage, extend the life of your dishwasher, washing machine and other water-based appliances. Soft water also makes your clothing whiter, brighter and less scratchy.
Iron Filtration Systems remove iron as well as manganese and sulfur from your water supply. This means no more rotten egg smell or rust stains. Another key benefit is the removal of sediment that can lead to poor tasting water. This provides an excellent benefit to those with well water as well.
Whole House Water Filters
There are all types of unwanted elements that can show up in your water. These are specialized products for your home water treatment system that offer specific filtration processes for when you require a bit more than a water softener.
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Cloquet Water Info
The City of Cloquet provides drinking water to its residents from a groundwater source: five wells ranging from 68 to 120 feet deep, that draw water from the Quaternary Buried Artesian and Quaternary Water Table aquifers. The city once drew water from the St. Louis River, although in the early part of the 20th century it converted to wells. Recently, the city shut down one of its five wells because of manganese levels around 0.5 milligrams per liter (mg/L). Manganese, which is naturally occurring, has a secondary (non-health based) maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 0.05 mg/L for issues related to taste and discoloring of the water.
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Cloquet began as a group of small settlements around three sawmills: Shaw Town, Nelson Town, and Johnson Town. These later became known as Knife Falls after a local waterfall over sharp slate rocks, and later as Cloquet. A portion of the city lies within the Fond du Lac Indian Reservation and serves as one of three administrative centers for the Indian Reservation. The population was 12,124 at the 2010 census. Cloquet is home to the R.W. Lindholm Service Station, the only gas station designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright and a structure now on the National Register of Historic Places.
Things to do in Cloquet
- Jay Cooke State Park
- Gas station Designed By Frank Lloyd Wright
- The Carlton County Historical Society
- Fond du Lac Cultural Center and Veteran’s Museum
- Chub Lake
- Oldenburg Point