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What is The Difference Between Salt-free Water Conditioners and Standard Water Softeners?

What is the difference between water conditioners, such as the Scale Stopper, and traditional water softeners that use salt? Traditional water softeners use salt brine to exchange hardness calcium minerals with sodium ions. Hardness minerals (calcium and magnesium) are removed from the water so the water is then “soft” or free of hardness minerals.   Soft … Continue reading What is The Difference Between Salt-free Water Conditioners and Standard Water Softeners?

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Top 6 Questions Answered about Salt-Free Water “Softeners”

Can I replace a traditional water softener system with a water conditioner and what difference in performance should I see between the two systems? Yes, a water conditioner system can replace a traditional water softener. A big difference will be how the water feels. Traditional softeners often leave the water too soft, causing it to … Continue reading Top 6 Questions Answered about Salt-Free Water “Softeners”

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How Scale Stopper Works and Why

How does the Scale Stopper work? The Scale Stopper product relies on a technology called Template Assisted Crystallization (TAC). TAC produces a catalyic reaction that converts calcium and magnesium in the water into harmless, inactive microscopic crystals.

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A Basic Guide on How Scale Stopper Works and Why

How does the Scale Stopper work? The Scale Stopper product relies on a technology called Template Assisted Crystallization (TAC). TAC produces a catalyic reaction that converts calcium and magnesium in the water into harmless, inactive microscopic crystals.

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