The engine of our society
High-quality healthy water – For you and your future
Without water, nothing would work in almost all areas of our economy. Agriculture, construction, refrigeration and air conditioning, hotels, catering, the food industry and many more applications all need high-quality healthy water. Water is available in sufficient quantities in most regions of the world – but availability is not everything, as the water must also be qualitatively perfect.
The problem of polluted water
High product quality – Food industry
When non-purified hard water is used, it reduces product quality (for example, in the food industry) or shortens the service life of machinery, plant and piping several times over.
Loss of quality due to cluster formation
High water quality
Less damage to plant and equipment
Incur less costs
Water molecules group together to form clusters, which contain both positive and negative ions. Limescale, dirt, chemicals and metallic molecules then attach themselves to these clusters. These combine with harmful substances lower the water quality, damage plant and equipment, and incur costs due to the increased frequency of servicing work, or reduce the service life of equipment and piping as a result of calcification, sedimentation and increased rust formation.
Damages and Increases
Limescale damages equipment and increases energy consumption
Increase the water flow – quantity and velocity
Decreased energy consumption
Limescale deposits, in pipes, boilers, heat exchangers or domestic appliances, for example, reduce the water flow quantity and velocity – and the consequences are increased energy consumption and higher costs. A limescale layer as thin as just two millimeters in a kettle, for example, leads to an increase in energy consumption of up to 20%.
Vital for humans and our planet