We all know too well the phantom of TV advertizing; the washing machine broke down because of hard scale settlement. But also boilers, coffee makers, kettles and the modern water taps in kitchen and bathroom suffer from mineral containing water.
- Improves water heater efficiency, saves energy.
- Makes water feel softer, kinder to the skin and hair.
- Reduces scum and improves soap lathering.
- Improves water flow in severely scaled systems.
- No salt or chemicals needed.
- No maintenance, easy to install, no plumbing needed.
- Negligible power consumption
- Effective on copper, lead, steel or PVC pipes.
In addition Scalewatcher will:
- Extend the life of water heaters.
- Extend the life of water filters and RO membranes.
- Prevent itchy skin due to hard water.
- Eliminate unsightly scale on faucets, showerheads, sink, holes, toilets, etc.
| || Water heater energy cost |
Average is $80 per month at $0.16 kWh. In a hard scale area the reduction in energy savings can be as much as 40 % when scale layers are removed. This represents a saving of $288 annually.
- One time cost of Scalewatcher 3 Star: $554
- Operating cost of Scalewatcher $0.25 per week.
Over a 20 year period this gives a saving of 288*20-12*20=$5520 on the average energy bill for water heating. Not taking into account the rising price of energy over 20 years.
If one chooses to install a Scalewatcher instead of a salt using water softener the savings will increase dramatically.For an average house the salt cost will be around $150 per year. This is $3000 over a twenty year period.
Total saving when Scalewatcher is installed instead of a water softener over 20 years.
- $5520 savings on energy
- $3000 savings on salt
- $750 salt softener installed
- $1000 replace water heater twice in 20 years
- $500 Less maintenance on dish washer and washing machine.
Total savings: $10770 over twenty years, based on todays ener-gy prices...
One time cost of Scalewatcher: $554. The choice is easy.
Savings over a twenty year period when Scalewatcher is installed in a residential application
Percentage energy loss as function of scale thickness