Magnation Rainbolt

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  • Elias Augilera - Jan 18th 2023

    Alumuniun Magnation Rainbolt

    I recently purchased the 3/4" Alumuniun Magnation Rainbolt from Dripworks. As a home gardener it has helped me soften water for entire house. I have connected it on the main line and so far very pleased with performance


The Rainbolt inline unit transforms your water quality to a healthier, more productive and energized state. It will bust salts, improve soil infiltration and improve moisture retention. It reduces mineral scale buildup and will help eliminate the need for chemicals to keep pipes, pumps and emitters clean. It can also reduce your water and chemical requirements. For residential use, the Rainbolt 3/4" or 1" is designed to soften water for an entire house and typically one unit is sufficient. PVC and Stainless Steel units available.


  • Improved crop yield, healthier soils & plant vitality
  • Improves nutrient efficiency and plant uptake
  • Improves water penetration and moisture retention
  • Chemical free, energy free and maintenance free
  • In-line house system


  • Pressure Range: 0-110 PSI
  • 1/4" Flow rate 5-35 GPM (300-2,100 GPH) 1/4" FPT x 1/4" FPT
  • 3/8" Flow rate 5-45 GPM (300-2,700 GPH) 3/8" FPT x 3/8" FPT
  • 1/2" Flow rate 8-50 GPM (480-3,000 GPH) 1/2" FPT x 1/2" FPT
  • 3/4" Flow rate 11-55 GPM (660-3300 GPH) 3/4" FPT x 3/4" MPT
  • 1" Flow rate 16-90 GPM (960- 5400 GPH) 1" FPT x 1" MPT
  • 1 1/4" Flow rate 20-300 GPM (1,200- 18,000 GPH) 1 1/4" FPT x 1 1/4" MPT
  • 2" Flow rate 55-500 GPM (3,300-30,000 GPH) 2" FPT x 2" FPT
  • 3" Flow rate 140-600 GPM (8,400- 36,000 GPH) 3" FPT x 3" FPT
  • 4" Flow rate 240-700 GPM (14,400- 42,000 GPH) 4" FPT x 4" FPT
  • Do not use on galvanized or any ferrous metals (Steel, Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Cast Iron, or Wrought Iron)
  • For high TDS recommended to use 2 Rainbolt units.

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