No Pollute Water Pipe Descaler Magnetic Filter
|FOB Price:||US $350-380 / Piece|
|Min. Order:||1 Piece|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 Piece||US $350-380/ Piece|
|Production Capacity:||5000 Sets/Year|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, D/P, Western Union, Paypal|
- Model NO.: YLC
- Flow Rate: 50 Tph
- Size: 219*500mm
- Weight: 18 Kg
- Magnetic Intensity: 5000/1000/15000 Gauss
- Feature: Chemical-Free
- Transport Package: Plywood Case Into Container
- Origin: Jiangyin, Jiangsu, China
- Material: Carbon Steel/Stainless Steel
- Inlet and Outlet Diameter: 3 Inch/Dn80mm
- Working Temperature: 80
- Connection Mode: Flange
- Application: Pipe Anti-Scale
- Trademark: YLD
- Specification: CE, SGS
- HS Code: 8421219990
What is Hard Water?
Hard water has a high mineral content, usually consisting of mostly calcium and magnesium. In fact, the measure of water hardness is expressed in various units that express how much calcium carbonate is in a given volume of water. Units include ppm (parts per million), gpg (grains per gallon), or mg/L (milligrams per liter).
Hard water isn't necessarily bad for you, but it can pose problems with the plumbing in your home. It can form hard deposits of calcium called scale, affecting faucets, shower-heads, dishwashers, and heating elements of water heaters. This can reduce water flow, heating efficiency, and leave spots on dishes. It can also require more soap to get good suds.
How do conventional water softening systems work?
Conventional water softeners work with an ion-exchange process, where the calcium and magnesium in the water are replaced by sodium. This technology is proven, works consistently and does make water softer. It does reduce scale in your plumbing. You can find water softeners at your local hardware or home improvement store.
Are there disadvantages of using a water softener? There are some, which include:
Softened drinking water contains sodium. The added sodium in your diet depends on how much you drink and how hard the incoming water is. When this is a concern, a non-softened water tap is used for drinking and cooking water, which adds to installation costs.
Soap can be harder to remove when washing hands with soft water, which results in a slippery feeling.
Conventional salt-based water softeners require periodic additions of salt to the system.
Conventional salt-based water softeners periodically run a regeneration process, where the removed calcium and magnesium is washed out, dumping water down the drain. The amount of wasted water depends on usage and the hardness of the incoming water.
While scale in plumbing clearly has bad side effects, sodium might also cause corrosion issues. Some studies suggest that the calcium scale can help prevent corrosion of steel parts.
Some people don't like the taste/feel of soft water. This is really a personal preference.
How does magnetic water treatment work?
Magnetic Water Treatment with a pair of neodymium magnets
This is one of those topics where a quick search on the Internet provides wildly varying results. There isn't much clear information about magnetic water treatment, and some sites say it doesn't work. There is a great deal of mis-information that seems to either make false claims or appear to be scientifically bogus, further complicating the search.
Even the Wikipedia article labels Magnetic Water Treatment as pseudoscientific, though there is a lot of contradictory information there. Here's what we know:
Magnetic Water Treatment directs water to pass through a strong magnetic field. By placing two strong neodymium magnets on either side of the incoming pipe, all the water passes through a strong, uniform magnetic field.
Magnetic water treatment does not remove any calcium from the water. Technically, it is still just as hard as before it passed through the magnets. It claims to change the structure of the deposits that form, making them tend to be less apt to stick to surfaces.
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