Highlights of the ClearWave Hard Water Treatment
- CONVENIENT: No plumbing or maintenance
- SIMPLE INSTALLATION: Installs to the main pipe
- WATER TREATMENT: Reduces scale build-up and prevents new scale from forming
- EFFICIENT: Uses less water than a traditional water softener
Features of the ClearWave Hard Water Conditioner
ClearWave Hard Water Treatment conditions hard water without the expense and hassle of salt, chemicals, or traditional hard water treatment systems. ClearWave attacks hard water particles with electro-magnetic waves, treating the entire water system in your home and helping prevent and reduce hard water problems. ClearWave is an electronic hard water conditioner, it is not a water softener. Independent lab testing results prove ClearWave was very efficient at preventing and removing scale formation irrespective of water hardness, water temperature, and recycling flow rates.
Prevents Scale Build-up
Calcium and magnesium particles tend to stick to each other and any surface they contact, forming layers of hard scale. This scale build-up damages water heater elements and restricts water flow. The ClearWave “neutralizes” these particles. Once treated by the ClearWave Water Conditioner, calcium and magnesium particles remain in suspension, flowing freely through the system and down the drain.
The ClearWave not only prevents new scale formation, over time it helps break down existing scale, protecting the water heater, pipes, shower heads, and appliances. The ClearWave is maintenance-free, environmentally friendly, and uses less water than a traditional water softener. The ClearWave works on all types of pipes including copper, PVC, PEX, galvanized, and stainless steel.
The ClearWave is not a water conditioner nor a water softener. ClearWave generates a series of electro-magnetic waves that affect hard water crystals (calcium and magnesium) in water so that they are unable to stick to each other, pipes, or fixtures. These enhanced microscopic particles then contact existing scale and cause it to loosen, break down, and dissolve.
How it Works
ClearWave should be mounted on the pipe as close to water entry into the building, before the piping branches off to supply the water heater and any cold water taps. This maximizes the efficiency of ClearWave to condition all of the water supplied into the building. The ClearWave should be mounted after any water meter or grounding cable attached to the water piping system. Install the ClearWave at least ten feet from any radio, television, or cordless telephone to eliminate any possible interference. Details on ClearWave warranty.
Specifications of the ClearWave
|Model||Part Number||Maximum Pipe Diameter||Maximum Flow Rate||Volts||Watts||Amps|
|CW-125||46100000||1”||28 gpm||18 VAC||5||.09|
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