THE ANTI-LIMESCALE SOFTENER
Template Assisted Crystalization (TAC) – 88% to 97% reduction in scaling
The T.A.C – Anti-limescale softener
The most effective anti-scaling technology
Without waste water discharge
Without annual maintenance
Compact and easy installation
Environmentally friendly technology
Safe for installations and devices
THE BEST ALTERNATIVE TO OTHER ANTI-SCALING PREVENTION SYSTEMS
HOW THE T.A.C WORKS
Crystalwash uses an innovative technology: TAC (Template Assisted Crystallization) which improves the quality of tap water by neutralizing limescale.
The components of limestone (bicarbonates, calcium, magnesium) are combined with each other to create microscopic crystals.
These inert crystals remain suspended in the water and do not settle in the installation.
THE ASSISTED CRYSTALLIZATION DEVICE DELIVERS
88% TO 97% REDUCTION IN SCALING
The principle is relatively simple – before hard water scale can form and cause problems, use a catalyst to create a nanoscale crystal in a form that won’t stick to surfaces.
The formation of hard water mineral scale requires a nucleation point for the formation of a scale crystal. The surfaces of your plumbing system, including the walls of your pipes and water heater, and specifically your water heater elements, are excellent nucleation points. The hotter the surface, the faster the formation of mineral scale will be. For this reason, water heater elements and heat exchangers are notorious for scale buildup.
TAC hard water conditioners use a highly specialized media composed of polymer beads which provide a preferable nucleation point for the formation of nanocrystals consisting of the building blocks of hard water scale before these minerals reach the elements in your heater. -water. The crystals grow on the pearl until they reach a particular size and then break off. These microscopic crystals are stable and remain suspended in the water flow instead of forming hard mineral scale on the surfaces of your plumbing system. This process is sometimes called nucleation-assisted crystallization or NAC.