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Whole Home Salt Free LSX Descaler


FILTERSORB®CT is the best way to treat both anions as well as cations in hard water which can provide safe treatment of scale with 100 times more power.

The formation of heavy deposits of calcium and magnesium, silicate and sulfate scale has become a major operational problem for domestic, industrial and all commercial applications. Scale formation combined with silicate and sulfate ions in the well water, seawater is resistant to removal with acid. The scales formed are of such low solubility that occurred deposition cannot be cleaned. If not treated with FILTERSORB® CT, this scale can rapidly lead to severe productivity impairment.

Excellent alternative to a salt water softener or conditioner, utilizes advanced German technology and provides powerful treatment of challenging hard water situations.

Plumbers are not very familiar with Nucleic Assisted Crystallization, in fact most plumbers recommend RO and softener, this is very standard and most do not understand anything else, in their defense they aren’t water treatment specialists so there would be no reason for them to continually educate themselves on emerging technology.
Nucleic Assisted Crystallization (NAC) is an innovative water treatment technology that offers several advantages over traditional salt-based water softeners. NAC utilizes nucleic acid polymers to facilitate the crystallization process and mitigate the negative effects of hard water. Here’s why NAC is considered superior to conventional salt softeners and what you can expect from it:
Enhanced Scale Prevention: NAC effectively prevents the formation of scale caused by minerals like calcium and magnesium in hard water. By introducing nucleic acid polymers into the water, NAC encourages the minerals to form small, harmless crystals instead of adhering to surfaces as stubborn scale deposits.
Environmentally Friendly: Unlike salt softeners that require the use of large amounts of sodium or potassium chloride, NAC is a salt-free alternative that avoids the release of excess salts into the wastewater. This makes NAC more environmentally friendly and reduces the impact on ecosystems.
Maintenance-Free: Traditional salt softeners necessitate the regular addition of salt and periodic regeneration cycles. In contrast, NAC systems typically require minimal maintenance once installed. They do not rely on salt, eliminating the need for salt refills or regeneration, and generally have longer-lasting filter media.
Retains Essential Minerals: Unlike salt softeners, which remove beneficial minerals along with the hardness-causing minerals, NAC selectively targets only the problematic minerals while leaving essential minerals intact. This ensures that the treated water still retains essential elements, such as calcium and magnesium, which are important for human health.
Improved Water Quality: NAC not only prevents scale formation but also improves the overall quality of water. It can help reduce the presence of heavy metals, bacteria, and other contaminants, providing you with cleaner and healthier water for various purposes.
Cost-Effective: While the initial investment in NAC technology may be higher than that of traditional salt softeners, NAC offers long-term cost savings. It eliminates the recurring expenses associated with salt purchases and regeneration cycles, making it a cost-effective solution in the long run.
When implementing NAC, you can expect a significant reduction in scale buildup, resulting in smoother pipes, improved appliance lifespan, and reduced maintenance efforts. The water will maintain its essential mineral content, providing better taste and potential health benefits. Additionally, NAC systems are typically designed for easy installation and require minimal ongoing maintenance, giving you hassle-free and reliable water treatment.
NOTE: These crystals are less likely to adhere to surfaces and cause visible scale buildup. However, in some instances, the crystals may still appear as thin, translucent layers that can resemble scale. Although they are easily removed by wiping. 

Tanks and filter housings made in America

Filter Replacment every 3-5 years depending on water quality.