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Our very own YARNA Electronic Water Descaler
Yarna is a physical water treatment system that does NOT use chemicals or salt. It does not change the chemical mixture of water. Instead, it changes the physical characteristics of the scale crystals in a way that the scale particles lose their adhesive power. Yarna does not need to have direct contact with the water and sits outside of the pipe.
It treats the water with electric impulses which are generated in the electronic unit and are controlled by a computerized micro-chip. The signal frequencies are transmitted via the active-impulse-bands that are wrapped around the pipe. The bands interact as pairs and form a frequency-field that changes the crystals in the water as it flows by.
You need just ONE YARNA Water Softener per household to save approximately...
...$1000 Every Year!
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...ever had to replace a water heater when you needed it the most?
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...do you find yourself cleaning white deposits off your dishes and appliances every day?
We help homeowners and small businesses
remove limescale and
prevent any hard water related problems
What is Hard Water (limescale)?
Limescale mainly consists of calcium and magnesium - two minerals that by themselves have a healthy effect on the human body. However, what is good for living organisms quickly becomes a limescale problem as scale deposits in the piping system, in machinery or on surfaces around the house.
So-called hard water holds high concentrations of calcium: the more calcium in the water, the harder the water and more hard water problems.
The birth of scale deposits
Limescale builds up as soon as hard water flows through a pipe. Calcium in untreated water crystallizes into a sticky structure. These crystals adhere to each other, adhere to surfaces and immediately produce solid scale deposits that have a very destructive effect.
Limescale grows in particular when the water pressure changes. This happens when water changes direction in a bend or intersection which then causes turbulence; or when it leaves the piping system through a faucet. This drop in pressure enhances the formation of calcium crystals, which form a burr-like structure that adheres anywhere.
Scale also particularly forms in warm areas such as on heating elements or radiators. The hotter the surfaces, the more scale will develop. Typical problem spots are heating elements, water heaters, etc.