We are often asked if a reverse osmosis drinking water system is an effective residential hard water solution. A reverse osmosis drinking water system only makes a few gallons of water per day so it is not suitable for preventing hard water in a residential setting. Our next series of articles will take a deep dive into additional aspects about a reverse osmosis system. Today, we will discuss its performance.
A reverse osmosis system uses a complex filtration process to remove chemicals to improve the taste and quality of drinking water. However, the membranes and filters it uses are very fragile and often have a difficult time removing the calcium and magnesium that cause hard water. Homeowners specifically seeking hard water treatment options should consider a residential hard water solution that is effective in addressing the root of the problem.
An electronic water descaler produces an oscillating electronic field that changes the physical size, shape and charge of calcium molecules so that they are not able to produce lime scale. Not only is an electronic water descaler a limescale eliminator that is effective in water scale removal / pipe scale removal but it also prevents new scale from forming.
Our next articles will discuss the maintenance, cleaning, and sanitizing requirements of a reverse osmosis system.
If you have hard water, then the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler is what is going to be effective in combating the problems that go along with it. This doesn’t mean you cannot have both an electronic water descaler and a reverse osmosis drinking water system because you can and many people do. However, if you want a limescale eliminator that is effective in removing existing scale and preventing new scale from forming, then an electronic water descaler should be considered. A small investment in the ScaleBlaster residential hard water solution will go a long way towards improving the quality of your water. It can be purchased at Home Depot (in-store and online) and online at Lowe’s and Costco. Give it a try today!