Rayne introduces advancement in drinking water systems

The new Rayne Evolution Drinking Water System with LINX Technology wastes up to nine times less water than Reverse Osmosis (RO), uses software and display lights to let consumers know it’s time for service and offers Dial-A-Taste Controls allowing consumers to customize their water taste from spring water and drinking water, to purified water taste.

“When consumers realize they can get a drinking water system that’s technologically superior, produces water that tastes the way they want it, and saves significantly more water than an RO, they want it,” said Bob Hickey, Rayne’s regional manager.

Rayne Evolution is available for rental or purchase as an under-the-sink system or with a water cooler. Call Rayne at 1-800-734-8987 or go to www.RayneofSanDiego.com. Rayne is the exclusive distributor of LINX Technology and has been providing water softeners, drinking water systems, water conditioners and water filters for home, office and industrial accounts since 1955.

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