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Scalex scale inhibitor replacement filter for water heaters

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  • Extends the life of the boiler and heating devices  ?
  • Reduces power consumption  ?
  • Eco-friendly technology  ?
  • 1 replacement filter per 6 months   ?
€12
VAT NOT included
12

Basic information

Scalex scale inhibitor replacement filter is intended for the Scalex inline scale inhibitor for water heaters.

The filter is filled with innovative filter media, developed by Ukrainian scientists.

The technology reduces hardness and prevents scale formation on the surface of heating elements in boilers and heaters.   

In contrast to polyphosphate filters, this filter does not contain phosphates or polyphosphates, so it is harmless both for human’s health and environment.

Nylon mesh reduces the content of sediments larger than 100 micron including sand, silt and rust.

Key advantages

  • Does not contain phosphates or polyphosphates, is harmless for humans and environment

  • Complex protection against hardness

  • Additional protection from sediment (100 micron nylon mesh)

  • 30% economy of electric energy due to 100% capacity of the clean surface of heating elements

  • 100% efficiency at high temperatures, operational temperature of heated water is up to 105 °С

The Scalex filter media prevents formation of scale and growth of lime crystals, as well as removes scale deposits, keeping hardness salts dissolved. 

The Scalex filter media reacts to the quality of the water, and accordingly releases the relevant volume of the media necessary for hardness prevention. 

It's important to know thet the filter does not soften water, but comprehensively reduces hardness protecting heating elements of boilers and heaters.

The Scalex scale inhibitor replacement filter is intended for cold tap water only.

Its capacity is 20 000 L.

The filter is recommended to be replaced every 6 months.

Replacement manual

  1. Turn off water supply through the filter and make sure there is no pressure in the housing

  2. Screw the filter lid off the filter housing  

  3. Take the replacement filter out of the filter housing

  4. Wash the filter housing with tap water

  5. Put the new replacement filter inside the filter housing

  6. Assemble the filter

  7. Turn on water supply

  8. The filter is ready for further operation


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