Minerals in water create problems when they collect, compact and form scale. The entrapped gaseous ions cause corrosion, algae etc.
The customer friendly D-SCALL computerised water conditioning system offers an entirely new dimension in the water treatment technology. This high-tech RODF technique neutralises the bonding ability of the minerals that are contained in our water. These effectively break down large mineral crystals into tiny mineral particles and prevent them from reacting with other minerals or bonding to any surface to form scale. The process is so effective that existing scales are progressively broken down and flushed away in
due course of time.
The particle size of the ionised flow is below that required for most fungal and algae formation and these tend to be eliminated along with the lime scale. The gaseous ions in the water are also conditioned. This results in better tasting, non-corrosive water. It also helps the plants to grow well & healthy. It is low cost, maintenance free and environmentally friendly alternative to conventional expensive softening systems. Computer Controlled Water Conditioner eliminates the hardness effects without ever touching the water, nor adding any chemicals. Functionally softened, but chemically unchanged water that is absolutely safe to use.
The D-SCALL Computer Controlled Water Treatment Changes Carbon Monoxide to Carbon Dioxide.
To put it simply, the D-SCALL Water Conditioner eliminates the cohesion that exists between the mineral particles in the water.
The physical ionic change repels Silica, Alumina and Iron which normally act as binders and make scale form. Free electrons are generated which allow Ca (Calcium) and Mg (Magnesium) to dissociate from CO3(Carbonate), SO4(Sulphate) and HCO3 (Hydro carbonate) and assume their neutral atomic states, thus stopping scale forming and removing scale deposits. On evaporation only neutral minerals form and any Calcium Carbonate left will form as neutral Aragonite instead of Calcite as shown above. Aragonite is stable at high pressures; It is also 19 times more soluble than Calcite.