Eddy Electronic Water Descaler
The system of this electronic water descaler has two coils that sit around your water pipes. Through these two coils the magnetic waves are applied to break down the scaling.
To install this unit you won’t need to do any plumbing and it’s really easy. Also the system doesn’t require any maintenance.
Eddy water descaler system is a more affordable alternative to water softeners. It doesn’t provide as good results as water softener, so if your water is not extremely hard, it will effectively help you to deal with the issue.
How Do Water Softeners Work?
To understand the concept behind the process of how water softeners work the video below will be very helpful.
Using hard water on a daily basis can have many negative side effects. You might experience dry skin and hair, as well as rough clothes and more.
To find the best water softener, there’re several important details you should know. First, you will need a unit that will be able to provide enough softening water for the whole family. So look for a powerful enough unit, but at the same time it shouldn’t be too powerful, as it will be a waste of money.
Secondly, you should find an appropriate space to accommodate the water softener and buy one with the size that will fit that space.
If you have decided to purchase a water softener system, you probably know what hard water is. When water is passing underground rocks and soils, it carries with it the so-called hard minerals, such as magnesium, calcium, and other metals. Hard minerals in the water you use at home can have the following negative effects on you and your home.
Scale from dissolved magnesium and calcium will build up in the plumbing fixtures, and will cause erosion and clogged pipes.
The hard minerals will make the fabric of your clothes rough and dingy, thus in short time they might start looking worn out.
Water Softeners works by destroying calcium, magnesium, and certain other hard minerals in water. They are usually measured by the capacity of grain removal. Water softeners usually require salt for their operation, however, some of the units can also work on such alternatives as potassium chloride or no salt at all.