Everything You Need To Know About Water Softeners
How it works Lime scale is typically the bonding together of tiny impurities in your water, these tiny impurities in your water are probably atoms of Iron, Lead or other metals that produce clusters. These minuscule "sub-microscopic clusters" are so small that they cannot be seen by normal optical methods but result in the buildup of lime scale. Our water softeners work by coiling aerials around the water feed to your home or shower, the water softener then induces a series of very low frequencies electronically into the water. These frequencies run in both directions in the body of the water and in turn breakdown any clusters of particles which results in the breakdown of any possible lime scale. The benefits of a soft water in your property There are many benefits of using a water softener to produce soft water in your home for example having soft water helps to produce cleaner and shinier silverware, glassware, or any plumbing fixtures. Soft water also gives you softer skin and cleaner smoother hair when washing as well as reducing soap curd which makes cleaning easier and reduces housework. Another benefit is you will use less soap and shampoo because of the rich lather softened water and soap produces. Having soft water also helps significantly with any washing you may have because fabrics last longer and whites stay whiter without the dingy grey caused by hard water also giving you softer clothes without hard minerals trapped in the fabric. Lastly a water softener preserves the life of all water appliances such as coffee machines, ice makers, dishwashers, water heaters, kettles and washing machines which in turn saves you money on monthly energy costs and damages to appliances. Insignia has you covered Depending on your specific requirements Insignia has a range of water softeners to fulfill all of your water softening needs. Starting with Insignia’s own water softener which is made to be applied to your Insignia shower and only protects your shower. Then moving onto the LP1 water softener, which will cover you from 1-4 rooms in your house and is to be supplied to the water mains entering the property. Finally, the LP2 water softener which covers you for a 5+ room property and once again can be applied to the water mains leading into your property.
06/09/2016 | View: 164 | By: Jaime