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Combating Lime Scale Worldwide!

We are proud to offer ScaleBlaster to customers across the globe.  In addition to the translation feature on our website, we will also be offering web pages in various languages.  Our Spanish page went live a few month ago…check it out: http://www.scaleblaster.com/t/es/ People, business owners and industries worldwide choose ScaleBlaster because it is a healthy, […]

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Preventing Lime Scale Buildup at Home

Removing lime scale from appliances is not only time consuming, but it can be very costly. Preventing lime scale buildup is much more economical than actually removing the lime scale. Lime scale buildup occurs because of hard water or well water.  You will know you have lime scale buildup when you start to see a […]

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Factors to Consider when Buying a Water Conditioner

What You Need to Know Once you have made the decision to purchase a ScaleBlaster electronic water conditioner, there are a few things you need to assess. Which ScaleBlaster Model Do I Need? Before making your purchase, take time to determine which ScaleBlaster model you need.  You want to make sure you purchase the proper […]

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What Can I Do to Remedy Hard Water in my Home?

Whether you are on a well or a municipal water system, chances are you have hard water running through your home.  As we have discussed in previous articles, hard water causes limescale buildup, damages appliances and is unhealthy for you and your family.  People often ask, “what is the best water filter for hard water?” […]

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Combating the Need for Cooling Tower Biocide

Cooling towers are designed to reuse water.  During this process, the “pure” water is evaporated, while the impurities remain.  These impurities cause numerous problems, including high levels of lime scale, which eventually leads to corrosion. A cooling tower biocide is used to combat these issues.  Chemical treatment for cooling towers is determined by the calcium […]

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Keeping Your Decorative Fountains Scale-Free

Hard water can wreak havoc on decorative fountains.  Over time, lime scale buildup can clog hoses and filters, causing water flow issues. Lime scale deposits can also become a visual eyesore, thus defeating the purpose of having the fountain in the first place.  Decorative fountains are not just found on commercial properties. Many homeowners choose […]

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What You Don’t See Can Hurt Your Home

The previous article discussed how to determine the hardness of the water in your home.  Today, we will explore how what you don’t see can cause major issues.  We talked about how limescale buildup on appliances, fixtures, tubs and sinks is a sign of hard water problems.  This type of limescale buildup can generally be […]

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How Do I Know if I Have Hard Water?

Most everyone has hard water.  This is especially true if you live in the continental United States.   The calcium hardness level of your water does vary depending on where you live.  Our U.S. Water Hardness Map is helpful in determining if you live in a region with slightly hard or rocklike hard water, or somewhere […]

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The Healthy Holiday Gift

Looking for a gift to benefit the entire family?  ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler offers benefits everyone will enjoy.  While it may not sound as exciting as as jewelry, a hand tool or the latest video game, ScaleBlaster – a no salt water conditioner –  really does have some cool benefits that even the teenagers in […]

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Electronic Water Conditioners – Great for Well Water, Too!

According to the Centers for Disease Control, and U.S. Census Bureau, approximately  13 millions homes in the U.S. use private ground water wells which are not regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  This means that homes using well water must maintain and test their water on a regular basis.  Well water is considered hard […]