Water Descaling Systems

Using a water descaling system is an easy and effective way to treat hard water. It can help prevent the buildup of limescale and other minerals in your pipes. It is also environmentally friendly.

How do you soften water cheaply?

Descalers work by modifying the shape of mineral particles. They are typically installed at the point where water is used, like your sink or shower. They work by forcing the ions in the water to form crystallized particles of calcium and magnesium bicarbonate. These particles can then flow through the pipes as suspended particles, lessening the corrosiveness of the water. Learn more

Electronic water descalers are much cheaper than traditional softeners. These systems don’t require any plumbing skills. They are also much easier to install. They use a small electric current to generate an electromagnetic wave that repositions the hardness particles, allowing the water to flow through the pipes.

Some types of water descalers use a magnetic coil, which is placed near the water supply pipe. The magnetic field generates a dynamic electromagnetic wave that changes the composition of calcium and magnesium ions. This changes their molecular structure and prevents them from sticking to surfaces.

Another type of water descaler uses metal or cable bands wrapped around the water pipe. These systems change the molecular structure of the water and don’t release salt to the ground. They are easier to install than other types of water descalers and don’t need special tools.

Salt-based water softeners require large bags of salt for refilling. These softeners are more expensive than descalers, but they do a better job of treating the water.