Whether you realize it or not, you probably have hard water coming into your home making your everyday activities more difficult than they need to be.
Hard water is naturally occurring and can be found in both private wells and municipal water systems. According to a U.S. Geological Survey, 85% of households in the United States have hard water. Although it creates challenges for home owners, it is not harmful to humans or their pets. In fact, the calcium and magnesium that create hard water contribute to our daily dietary needs for those minerals. This is only one of the many reasons to invest in a BlueSky Water Conditioning solution.
BlueSky Water Conditioning Benefits:
Solve scale problems, prevent and remove scale
Save time and effort, chores are faster and easier
The ingenuous design is as effective as it is easy to use
Support your choice to live a healthy lifestyle
Improves the way you look and feel
The best choice for the environment
Saves you money
BlueSky water conditioning is based on the science of magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) which deals with the use of magnets to induce current in a moving conductive fluid such as water. Scientists have been experimenting with and writing about the benefits of using magnets since the turn of the 19th century. The use of this technology did not start to gain popularity until later in the 20th century and is the result of several difference forces including the advent of the environmental movement and the discovery and availability of rare-earth magnets.
As the water passes through the magnetic field its force creates a physical change in the structure of the water molecule. The crystallization process is modified, the increase in the collision of the oppositely charged particles cause the ions to form an insoluble compound. The compound that is created is non-adherent and able to be transported with the flow of water.
This simple, but elegant, solution provides the benefits of other hard water conditioners and softeners without the negative side-effects.
- rare-earth material
- Focused magnetic field
- Depth of magnetic field
- Magnet gauss strength
- Length of magnetic field
- Water velocity & turbulence
- Water profile