The water supply to any house will inevitably contain a small amount of calcium. This substance has a habit of creating limescale: a hard, chalky coating that covers the interior of pipes, kettles and sinks.
A build-up of limescale within a pipe will inhibit the flow of liquid, and dampen the thermal conduction of liquid to the pipe’s outer shell.
Scale Eliminator 10 - Non electric/no chemical scale removal system.
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Limescale Removers - System 50 Limescale Eliminator
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Limescale Removers - System 30 Limescale Eliminator
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AquaCal 10 Industrial Limescale remover
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advanced computerised electronics
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Scale Eliminator 54 - No scale for larger water systems
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Scale Eliminator 15 - No scale for pressurised water systems
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While some areas receive ‘harder’ water supplies (which contain higher levels of calcium), limescale is a problem everywhere.
Fortunately, help is at hand in the form of limescale removers. Our selection includes:
• Limescale filters that consist of a chamber containing a special catalyst, which crystallises the limescale until each crystal is large enough to be swept away by the flow of water.
• Limescale prevention that uses electricity. This method wraps cabling around the exterior of the pipe and works the limescale loose using low-frequency radio waves.
• Electrolytic devices containing an anode and a cathode, which together create a current that helps prevent limescale from forming in the first place.
The solution you opt for will depend on whether you’d like to make changes to your pipework, whether you want a water descaler that relies on mains electricity, and how often (if at all) you’d like to replace the device.