Solve Hard Water Problems with Scale Removal
Do you have hard water problems that require scale removal? Hard water can cause many problems, including clogged water pipes, reduced water pressure, and “frozen” faucet valves. It can also cause cosmetic issues, such as stubborn soap film on shower tiles and doors, white deposits on shower heads, spots and clouding on glassware and silverware, crusted rings in toilet tanks, and spotting on tubs, chrome, and tile. You may notice that your soaps, detergents, and shampoos do not suds the way they should, and your appliances that use water may perform poorly.
What is behind these hard water problems? They’re all due to a build up of scale in your pipes. With a water softener, problems like these are solved by the removal of important minerals like calcium and magnesium from the water. Our ScaleSafe technology is unique in that it doesn’t remove these minerals, yet the water that results from use of the ScaleSafe Home system is similar to soft water in its performance and results. To combat water hardness, scale is removed by the ScaleSafe Home system.
Get Rid of Build Up, and Prevent Future Clogs
Acting as a scale inhibitor, ScaleSafe distorts the almost perfect cube-like shape of the calcium molecule, preventing the formation of crystalline calcium carbonate by not allowing calcium molecules to build up and form clogs. ScaleSafe simply combines with the calcium in the precipitated calcium carbonate, which slowly breaks down the crystalline matrix of the calcium carbonate, ultimately allowing it to be released into suspension. At the same time, the microfilm coating formed by the combination of ScaleSafe and calcium carbonate acts as a deterrent to both scale and corrosion.
Remove Scale, and Increase Your Bottom Line
By improving the hardness of your water using scale removal, ScaleSafe not only provides you with better water, but also saves you money. According to federal statistics, 1⁄4” of scale will increase utility cost by over 50%. For an average family of four, using about 9000 gallons a month, this could result in an increased cost of about $30 each month. By installing the ScaleSafe system, this family could save about $360 each year, not counting the savings on maintenance of appliances negatively impacted by hard water.