Analyzing the Industrial Hard Water Descaler

Analyzing the Industrial Hard Water Descaler

If you work in the industrial sector, hard water treatment options are definitely something to consider. Preventing hard water issues is important because they can go undetected for years. Seen or unseen problems with hard water end up costing time and money in the long run. When you consider the amount of money used to pump water through your piping systems, even a minor clog can result in efficiency problems that can negatively affect your bottom line.

Hard Water Scale Removal / Industrial Lime Scale Remover

Often times, hard water is the only option readily available.  You need something powerful enough to prevent hard water damage and able to perform hard water scale removal on your existing infrastructure. ScaleBlaster industrial water conditioner offers a proven and effective solution. Unlike salt and chemicals which are harmful to the environment, ScaleBlaster uses an inaudible signal which passes through coils over water piping from the reservoir. This causes the ions to collide with one another. The calcium crystals then grow until they become so large, there is no more surface charges left to stick to the pipe, or any other surface for that matter.

Industrial structures require sturdier options when it comes to water pipe descalers. Oil rigs, for instance, are in very extreme environments.  Cooling towers also require a more durable solution. ScaleBlaster offers a variety industrial models designed to fit your specific needs.

There are numerous benefits that come with choosing the ScaleBlaster water conditioning system including lower operational costs and environmental considerations. Simply put, you have the power to make your industrial facility more energy efficient while reducing maintenance costs. Contact us today to find out how we can help you combat problems with hard water.


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

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?” In reality, the best water filter for hard water is not a filter at all. it. If you want to get rid of existing limescale and prevent new limescale from forming, an electronic water descaler is the ideal solution. An electronic water conditioner like ScaleBlaster – which also acts as a limescale remover – will pay for itself over and over again.

Use Less Soaps and Detergents

An electronic water conditioner system keeps limescale from forming, resulting in the need for less laundry detergent and soap for bathing and cleaning.

Extend the Life of Your Plumbing

Limescale buildup clogs pipes over time, slowing and sometimes even stopping the water flow. Replacing plumbing is costly, and requires tearing into the yard and sometimes even the walls.

An electronic water conditioner prevents the accumulation of limescale by emitting sonic waves that stop calcium molecules from adhering the walls of your pipes.  Investing in an electronic water descaler can save you thousands of dollars in plumbing costs alone.

Preserve the Integrity of Your Fixtures and Appliances

Every appliance and fixture that touches water in your home is susceptible to hard water damage.  Installing an electronic water conditioner like ScaleBlaster on the incoming pipe of your home prevents that annoying white limescale buildup that reduces the efficiency of appliances and stains your water faucets and fixtures.

Contact us to learn more about how the ScaleBlaster electronic water conditioner can save you money and benefit your family.

What You Don’t See Can Hurt Your Home

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 handled using a cleaner designed specifically for calcium and limescale. However, it is what you don’t see that can really do some damage.

Have you ever watched home remodeling and/or house flipping shows on television?  If so, you are probably familiar with scenes where the homeowners are faced with replacing their indoor plumbing and pipes due to limescale buildup. Yes, believe it or not, calcium and limescale can build up in your pipes over time to the point of actually blocking water flow.  This results in costly repairs and/or re-plumbing the entire home.

What is so incredible about ScaleBlaster is that is actually “blasts” the current limescale buildup on your pipes, then prevents new scale from forming.  It may take some time for ScaleBlaster to eliminate existing limescale – approximately 90 days for the average home – but once it is eliminated, it will remain gone for as long as you have ScaleBlaster installed. And, let’s not forget to mention that you can also go back to cleaning with everyday cleaners versus harsher ones designed to cut through limescale and calcium.

ScaleBlaster is affordable and easy to install.  A small investment now can save you tens of thousands of dollars, not to mention many headaches, in the future. Check out our residential installation video to learn more.

How Do I Know if I Have Hard Water?

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 in between. Well water is generally harder than city or municipal water. There are several ways to determine the level of hard water in your home:

  1. Limescale buildup on your appliances, fixtures, tubs, sinks, etc. is a tell-tale sign of hard water issues. Watch these videos from the DIY Network and HGTV to learn more.
  1. Hard water testing – if you live in an area with municipal or city water, they conduct regular testing and can provide you with information on calcium hardness. Some municipalities even make the information available on their website.
  1. Pick up your own hard water testing kit – you can test the water yourself using a kit available at a pool supply store. You can also bring in a sample of your water to a pool store with in-house water testing capabilities. This is especially important for homes using well water.

Everyone has hard water to some extent.  Regardless of how hard your water is, ScaleBlaster can prevent limescale formation.  This is important for your health and for the health of your appliances, fixtures and pipes.  Be sure to read our next article titled, What You Don’t See Can Hurt Your Home.


How ScaleBlaster is Used in Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater treatment plants need effective lime scale removal treatment to run efficiently.  Often times, a commercial water softener is used to combat lime scale and other problems associated with wastewater treatment. However, commercial water softeners are costlier, require lots of maintenance and come with their own set of issues.  Water treatment plants are discovering the benefits of using an electronic water descaler such as ScaleBlaster. Let’s examine the primary reasons why wastewater treatment plants are choosing ScaleBlaster over chemical methods:

  • Maintenance and labor free
  • Removes and controls lime scale
  • Prevent scale deposits on pumps, especially when soda ash is used to treat low pH
  • Prevents calcification of the resin bed
  • May reduce polymer usage and increase dewatering capabilities
  • Protects sensors, probes and control valves as well as effluent system discharge lines
  • Uses no chemicals
  • Environmentally safe and friendly

You will find additional benefits for wastewater treatment plants on our website. You can also contact us or one of our worldwide dealers to find out how ScaleBlaster can not only help you run more efficiently, but save you time, money and maintenance/labor costs.



ScaleBlaster – The Benefits for Commercial and Industrial Clients

ScaleBlaster – The Benefits for Commercial and Industrial Clients

Commercial and industrial clients may be different in many aspects, but they do have at least one thing in common – the need for aggressive hard water treatment.  Many companies are choosing ScaleBlaster because it is one of the most advanced and effective hard water descaler systems on the market.  In fact, the benefits of electronic water conditioners are so incredible, more and more companies are abandoning commercial water softeners. Chemical water treatment for cooling towers is even becoming obsolete.

Let’s look at some of the direct benefits of electronic water conditioners:

Industrial Benefits of ScaleBlaster

  • Eliminates costly and labor intensive hard water treatment problems
  • Requires less manpower and labor than cooling tower biocide
  • Renders chemical water treatment for cooling towers as virtually obsolete
  • No harsh or hazardous chemicals
  • Easily installed on the incoming water line
  • Reduces corrosion
  • Increases efficiency
  • Removes existing limescale
  • Extends longevity of equipment
  • Maintenance free and cost effective

Commercial Benefits of ScaleBlaster

  • Eliminates the need for costly commercial water softeners
  • Effectively resolves hard water treatment problems
  • Acts as a hard water descaler system which ultimately extends the life of appliances, pipes and equipment.
  • Requires no maintenance
  • Eliminates existing limescale
  • Saves money and labor costs over time
  • Easy to install
  • Environmentally friendly
  • The benefits and return in investment are almost immediate

Contact us or one of our worldwide dealers to find out more about how the ScaleBlaster electronic water descaler can benefit your company and save you money.


Water Conditioner How it Works

Water Conditioning – How it Works

Hard water and well water can wreak havoc on your home. Limescale buildup damages pipes, appliances, fixtures and anything that comes into contact with water.  A house water descaler  – also known as an electronic water conditioner – is an excellent and ecofriendly water softener alternative. Let’s take a look at how an electronic water descaler works.

First, install your new ScaleBlaster electronic water conditioner onto the incoming pipe of your home.  This is simple for most people to accomplish on their own when following the included instructions.  Your new electronic water descaler will emit sonic waves that actually change the physical and electrical properties of the calcium molecules in your hard water or well water, preventing them from adhering to the walls of your pipes.  The result?  No more limescale buildup!

ScaleBlaster is an ecofriendly water softener alternative because it does not put salt back into the water or environment.  This is especially important for people on salt restricted diets.  Some municipalities have also banned the use of water softeners because of its harsh effect on the environment.

Why choose ScaleBlaster brand water descaler for your house? Customers choose ScaleBlaster over other electronic water conditioners because of our longevity in the business, excellent warranty, and customer satisfaction guarantee. We founded our business with a mission to provide a safe, affordable, maintenance-free, ecofriendly water softener alternative.  Water conditioning not only protects the longevity of your pipes, appliances and fixtures, but also offers a healthy option for your family.

Industrial Water Treatment

Industrial Water Treatment – Key Benefits

ScaleBlaster has many benefits in the industrial water treatment field.  The main feature of ScaleBlaster is that it can provide lime scale removal without the need of hazardous chemicals and intensive labor.  ScaleBlaster can significantly reduce the need to use chemicals for the prevention of corrosion and scale.   Lime scale removal can take place when the ScaleBlaster unit is installed on the incoming water line entering the building or equipment.  A signal cable is wrapped around the outside of the pipe and never comes in direct contact with the water.  ScaleBlaster is an eco-friendly alternative for hard water treatment systems.   ScaleBlaster allows for increased cycles of concentration which naturally and gently elevates the pH of the re-circulating water, thereby rendering the water less corrosive.  This will result in huge water savings while improving the efficiency as ScaleBlaster keeps heat transfer surfaces free from scale and allowing systems to operate under optimal design conditions.

ScaleBlaster will modify the scale-forming ions so they do not adhere to each other, the pipe walls, tubes, jets and heat transfer surfaces.  It helps control algae and bacteria and results in huge energy savings.  Existing scale is also removed and never returns.  ScaleBlaster will extend the life of capital equipment, thus maximizing the return on capital investment.

Interested in learning more about how ScaleBlaster can help with industrial water treatment?  Contact us today, we are happy to answer any questions you have on ScaleBlaster vs. other hard water treatment systems and how it is an efficient and effective lime scale remover.

How to Deal with Hard Water at an Industrial Level

Individuals who are running an industrial organization and are looking for an effective way to deal with hard water before it turns into a problem should review the various treatment options that are available. There are many different types of industrial water treatment equipment available but they are not all universally effective, so it would be prudent to spend a few moments reviewing the various types to find the one that is going to best arrest this hard water issue.

Understanding the Risks Associated With Hard Water

There are many minerals inside water and one of the most common ones is calcium. While we need calcium for our bone development there are some potential drawbacks and one of the worst is the development of scale inside the pipes. This “scaling” builds up in the pipes and over an extended period of time will reduce the total amount of water that can flow through the pipes. Once the pipes are filled with these “scales” the risk of having the pipes rupture increase dramatically, which could cost a fortune to repair.

Safest Way to Deal with the Hard Water

The only proper way to deal with the hard water problem is by using technology. In the past companies would need to either use chemicals or filters to deal with the hard water but now there is an electrical option. An electric current is passed through a coil, which creates a magnetic field. This field will polarize the calcium atoms and prevent them from being deposited in the pipes. By applying this current, the risk of new deposits forming is greatly reduced but this does not remove the scales that have already built up in the pipes.

When reviewing the different industrial water treatment equipment options that are available, look for an organization that has been doing this type of work for a considerable number of years. The longer these organizations have been in operation the more experience they should have but it would be prudent to read over the comments made by people who have dealt with the organization before making any decisions on whom to do business with. Along with the price of the industrial water treatment equipment, there is also a need to install the equipment which is something that should be addressed before making a final decision on which system to buy and which to avoid at all costs.

Individuals who are looking for a way to extend the life of their cooling tower should test their water to make sure it is not causing problems. Water with high levels of calcium can lead to corrosion and the buildup of “scales” inside the pipes. As this scaling increases, it will clog the pipes and damage the cooling elements inside the tower. Property owners need to take decisive action if they want to properly deal with this problem before it escalates.

Proper Ways to Address Hard Water

The only way an individual can address these hard water challenges is to install a cooling tower water treatment system that is specifically designed to handle calcium. Start by listing all of the systems that are designed for industrial applications. Once the individual has identified the solutions that are designed for industrial applications the next step is to assess each of these systems in detail to try and pick the one that is going to provide the best possible results.

Things to Consider When Reviewing Water Treatment Solutions

There are many things an individual will need to do before making a final decision on which cooling tower water treatment system is best suited for their needs. Start by looking at how much water the system will need to treat on a daily basis. After the total volume of treated water has been addressed, the next step is to find out which of these units has received the largest number of positive comments from individuals who are actively using the system. To collect this information the individual will need to look for testimonials made by people who are using the water treatment system and have been for a few years. Once the most popular model has been identified, the next step is looking for the vendor with the most competitive pricing.

When sourcing for the retailer with the lowest priced cooling tower water treatment system, it would be prudent to look for the vendor with the lowest overall pricing. In order to get the best pricing the consumer needs to find out whether the listed price factors in the installation of the water treatment system or is that a separate cost that has to be absorbed by the buyer. With this water treatment, solution in place the consumer should be able to save some money while reducing the risk of a critical system failure due to hard water.

3 Things to Consider Before Installing Hard Water Solutions for Home

A recent US geological survey revealed that hard water is found in over 85% of homes across our country. With statistics like these, it’s no question that the vast majority of us have had to deal with hard water at some time in our lives. From faucets encrusted in hard white gunk to dingy clothes and less than fabulous hair, hard water can make our lives more difficult. This is why we at ScaleBlaster have created hard water solutions for home, but before you jump ship and choose to soften your water, there are some considerations to be made.

1. The Initial Cost of the Water Softening Unit
In some instances, the cost of the unit may not outweigh the problems that hard water in the home creates. Our company has created a selection of different hard water solutions for home and for commercial and industrial applications so that each individual or business can be completely catered to. Best of all, they not only treat your water. Our systems are also able to remove scale buildup in equipment and pipes, which saves you time and stress in the long run.

2. Salt Consumption
In a world where we already consume too much salt, one obvious concern when seeking hard water solutions for the home is the increased salt consumption. The majority of water softening solutions does include some form of salt which will then also enter your waterways. However, our innovative solution here at ScaleBlaster involves no salt and no chemicals whatsoever.

Our unique design allows us to soften your water by creating an oscillating electronic field. The frequency created by our devices is able to alter the size, shape and charge of the calcium molecules that are responsible for hard water and lime scale, and forces them to lose their adhesion. This allows the unwanted calcium to flow out and be removed without any negative impact on your health.

3. Maintenance Needs
Traditional water softening solutions require a lot of maintenance, and that maintenance likely needs to be conducted by a trained professional. Not only does that take time away from your life, but it forces individuals to continuously spend more money on the product.

At ScaleBlaster, we say “goodbye” to the regular fees and upkeep. The systems that we offer to our customers could not be simpler. They require no maintenance and are able to continue performing at peak efficiency for an extended period of time. There is no waste (harmful to the environment), no regular maintenance (harmful to your pocketbook) and no need to make appointments with us (harmful to your schedule). It could not be easier to enjoy soft water.

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