Water Conditioning Components

Fresh Water Systems provides media to filter water, resins to remove dissolved minerals and refine water, and chemicals to treat contaminated water.

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Hard water is made up of calcium ions (Ca2+), magnesium ions (Mg2+), and bicarbonate ions (HCO3-). Water Conditioning Systems use a template assisted crystallization, or TAC, process which transforms these dissolved ions into non-charged, neutral chemical bonds, of calcium and magnesium crystals. These microscopic crystals of scale quickly form in treated water and cannot attach to pipes or any surface, and are rinsed away downstream in a colloidal suspension by the water flow. These crystals are heat resistant and are unable to revert to its dissolved state. Shop our category options above for water conditioning parts, accessories and components.

The ScaleNet media also has a descaling effect on scale already present in old pipes, hardware, etc. The water coming from the media is free of calcium ions. Calcium ions in the already existing scale are attracted to this unsaturated water and add on to the crystals that are now floating in the water. Existing scale is usually heavily reduced or removed within two months. In addition to preventing scale, ScaleNet also prevent corrosion. Switching to a salt free water conditioning system can not only prevent further damage to your pipes from your hard water but can help clear up previous damage. Contact Fresh Water Systems if you have any questions about our no salt water softener conditioning systems and how they can help you out.