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Descaling systems: Clearwater Enviro Technologies

January 9, 2012
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Clearwater EnvironmentalClearwater Enviro Technologies, a high-tech environmental company from Clearwater, Florida has developed a compact, state-of-the-art, electronic descaling system, called ScaleBlaster, to solve hard water (scale) problems without the need of expensive chemicals, water softeners, and continuous maintenance.

This innovative product produces an oscillating electronic 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 calcium carbonate crystals and other minerals.

This results in the calcium repelling, rather than adhering, to pipes, fixtures, and heat transfer surfaces. The system is designed for any pipe, cooling tower or boiler applications and can drastically reduce the cost of maintaining this equipment.

 There are ten different industrial models for installing, non-invasively, on pipe sizes up to 40 in. Sizing is based on pipe size and water hardness. The units are totally weather-proof and are made with a rugged metal box and easy-to-read digital display. This amazing, environmentally-friendly product is a healthy alternative to using harsh chemicals in your facility. Please direct all inquiries to or visit our website at

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