Anyone have experience with this unit or others like it?
There's no practical way to install a conventional water softener in our new
house. We're looking at alternatives where no water connection is required.
Wayne Boatwright *¿*
"ScaleBlaster'sTM signal cable produces an oscillating electric field
using a unique and complex modulating frequency wave form that produces
an inaudible sonic impulse that changes the electrical and physical
properties of the scale-forming calcium molecules. This causes the
adhesive properties of the calcium carbonate crystals and other
minerals to repel rather than adhere to pipes, fixtures and remain
suspended in the water. This action stops any further build-up of scale
and because the solubility of the water is increased, existing scale is
taken back into the water and gradually removed."
A sonic impulse that changes the physical properties of calcium
Sound like complete bullshit to me.
~ Stay Calm... Be Brave... Wait for the Signs ~
Their theory is pure BS.
I really liked the part about the complex integrated circuit and two LED
to prove the system is working. You can check your bank account to prove it
worked (they got your money).
Yep -- I had one of these plus one of the "catalytic precious metal" units
installed in my house when I bought it. I had to replace all of the
toilets because they were scaled up so badly -- not a very good testimonial
for those things.
You are out of luck. All of these alternatives are nothing but quackery
designed to separate you from your money.
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