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There are several excellent reasons why one choose to fit a liquid water softener as an alternative to a traditional water softener over which it has a number of distinct advantages. These include:
The systems we supply use mechanical dosing pumps which inject small amounts of AcquaSIL softening liquid, a non toxic food grade hexapolyphosphate which is similar to the media employed in the popular brita filters, and also in many coffee shop filter units.
More About AcquaSIL
AcquaSIL is a liquid polyphosphate anti limescale solution used exclusively in the MiniDUE to prevent limescale and corrosion. It is a 100% food grade liquid solution which allows a continually metered dosage, delivering 100% drinkable water whilst successfully preventing any limescale build up. Polyphosphates have for years been one of the only trusted ways in which to treat and prevent limescale build up and is often found in many foods currently available.
What Effect does AcquaSIL have on the water?
AcquaSIL , when released in an accurate measured dosage into the water effectively coats the mineral ions preventing them from forming on surfaces, this allows them to pass unhindered through the system without attaching to pipes and appliances. The systems has no effect on the soap or foaming as a salt based system does.
Liquid water softeners are very simple to install and can provide complete scale protection without the need for a separate bypassed hard water supply for drinking thus creating a significant saving on fitting costs. The scale treatment uses 100% food grade resins which are present in many foods we eat and are 100% safe and healthy.
With the Acqua Brevetti Minidue liquid water softeners maintenance is simple and is just a matter of replacing the pouches or bottle.
With no salt, no waste, and little or no maintenance, our non salt, liquid softener systems are a much more practical and environmentally friendly solution to the problem of scale. They are so easy to use & maintain that before long conventional water softeners may be a thing of the past.
For an in depth consideration of the various options available for treating limescale problems see our Blog article 'Limescale Treatment - What are the Options?'