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!

Ever had to call a plumber in the middle of the night?...

...ever had to replace a water heater when you needed it the most?

Did you ever buy a fancy shampoo or body cream only to see it's not that effective or...

...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)?

The birth of scale deposits

Why classic softeners FAIL

The major disadvantage to water softening is the potential health risks for people on low sodium diets. The exchange of hardness minerals for sodium adds 7.5 milligrams per quart for each gpg of hardness removed. In addition, calcium and magnesium are eliminated from the homeowner's diet.

Maintenance is another consideration. No matter which model you choose, all water softeners need to be properly maintained. The brine solution must be mixed and stored in the brine tank. Periodic clogging of the resin also requires special attention. For example, if the raw water supply is turbid it may clog the resin with mud and clay. Sometimes, normal backwashing with water will solve this problem. If not, slowly stir the resin during the backwash cycle to help break up the material. Likewise, bacteria and fungi also form mats in the resin that reduce their effectiveness.

Iron fouling is another common maintenance problem for water softeners. Although colorless, reduced iron will be removed by the unit, red-oxidized iron (iron that has been exposed to air or chlorine) will clog the resin. Filtration prior to softening insures that oxidized iron is not processed in the softener.

Hard water problems?

Hard water carries extraneous elements and minerals such as calcium and magnesium. The result is household water that’s resistant to lather, rendering detergent soap pretty useless, leaving dishes spotty and clothes dingy.

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