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What are the ecological anti-scaling systems for hard water at home?



Hard water, rich in minerals such as calcium and magnesium, can cause problems with lime build-up in pipes and appliances. Not only can this reduce the efficiency of your appliances, but it can also have a negative impact on the environment by increasing your energy consumption. To remedy this, many owners opt for the installation of ecological anti-limescale systems. Here are the systems to install at your home's general water supply or under your kitchen sink.


Magnetic Treatment Systems


Magnetic treatment systems use magnets to change the structure of minerals in hard water, which prevents scale deposits from forming. These systems are simple to install and require no chemicals or salt to operate. However, their effectiveness has not been conclusively proven and they are not recommended for homes with very high water hardness.
In addition, it is environmentally friendly, as it does not use chemicals.


IPSE: Anti-scaling catalyst for domestic pipes


IPSE uses pure physical active micro-electrochemical scale prevention and removal method, leading the new development direction of the industry. The IPSE catalyst inhibits scale formation by reducing the reactivity of limestone and magnesium, while significantly reducing the precipitation effect on the wall of scaling salt due to filler adsorption. It also reduces the precipitation of calcium and magnesium scale on the pipe wall. In addition, the IPSE catalyst transforms the existing scale salt from a dense "marble" structure to a loose "aragonite" structure, which allows the hardened scale layer to gradually soften and fall off, thus reaching the purpose of descaling the pipe system.


CO2 water treatment system


This system uses carbon dioxide to modify the chemical structure of the minerals present in the water, thus preventing the formation of limestone. It is also environmentally friendly, as it does not use harmful chemicals and does not require electricity to operate.


Water Filtration Systems


Water filtration systems remove minerals such as calcium and magnesium from hard water. These systems use a variety of filters, such as activated carbon filters, sediment filters, and membrane filters to remove contaminants from water. Filters should be replaced regularly to ensure optimum performance.


Water Softeners


Water softeners are one of the most common solutions for dealing with hard water. These systems work by exchanging the calcium and magnesium ions in the water for sodium ions. Water softeners can be installed at the house's water supply or directly on faucets and household appliances. Water softeners are effective but can be expensive to maintain and operate, as they require salt to replenish the system.
Ion exchange treatment systems are very effective at removing minerals such as calcium and magnesium from hard water. However, they can produce water that is more acidic than normal tap water due to the ion exchange that occurs.

Water Electrolysers


Water chlorinators work by using an electric current to separate calcium and magnesium ions from water. The minerals are then captured in a special tank and disposed of. These systems are environmentally friendly and do not use chemicals or salt. But, its installation and maintenance can be costly.


Nanofiltration Treatment Systems


Nanofiltration is a water treatment technology that uses membranes to filter out unwanted molecules. This system is particularly effective in removing lime particles and other impurities from the water. The membranes used in nanofiltration systems are very fine, which makes it possible to filter out molecules larger than 1 nanometer.

Nanofiltration is often used in combination with other water filtration systems to provide comprehensive and effective water purification. Nanofiltration systems are generally more expensive than other water filtration systems, but they provide exceptional water quality.


Reverse Osmosis Treatment Systems


Reverse osmosis is a water treatment system that uses a semi-permeable membrane to remove contaminants from water. Water is pushed through the membrane at high pressure, leaving behind impurities such as salts, heavy metals and chemicals. This system is very effective at removing impurities, including lime, from water, but it can also remove some beneficial minerals and nutrients.
Reverse osmosis treatment systems are available in different sizes to meet household and business needs. They can be installed directly under the kitchen or bathroom sink or integrated into the whole house water supply system.



These systems are available in different sizes to meet household and business needs. They can be installed directly under the kitchen or bathroom sink or integrated into the whole house water supply system.



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