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HydroFlow S38 Water Conditioner Scale Remover For Homes up to 3,000 S/F
HydroFlow HS38 Water Conditioner Scale Remover


 
Normally: $429.95
MFG P/N: HS38
MFG: HydroFlow


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Product Code: S38
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DESCRIPTION
 
The HydroFlow S38 water conditioner provides a chemical free solution for the harmful effects of scale that occurs in water heaters, pipes, shower heads and faucets in homes up to 3,000 sq/f.
  • The conditioner fits pipes up to (1”) outer diameter.
  • Dissolves and removes existing scale.
  • Prevents new scale accumulation.
  • Increases the efficiency of water heaters.
  • Prevents and releases the build up of algae and bacteria in pipes
  • Non-intrusive and easy to install - no plumbing modifications required.
  • Does not depend on water flow; treats slow-moving and standing water.
  • Propagates the Hydropath signal along the entire water system.
  • Provides 24 hour protection.
  • Does not interfere with other electrical systems.
  • Can be plugged into a 110v wall outlet or hardwired to a 12v power source
  • Power Supply Input 110-240V AC
  • Unit Input 12V AC/DC
  • Max power: 1.2 Watts
  • Weight approx: .38 lbs
  • Dimensions: 4.33" Tall x 2.63" Wide x 1.18" Thick
  • Maximum pipe diameter: 1"
  • Can be used on copper, plastic, galvanized and pex pipe.
  • Power lead length: 9'
  • Included: HydroFLOW Unit, AC Power Supply, Outlet Surge Protector, User Manual & Installation Manual
  • 3-Year Warranty. 1-Year Fit For Purpose Guarantee.
The difference between HydroFLOW and other physical water conditioning technologies is the induced signal and its ability to continuously condition the liquid solution throughout an entire system. This process treats fluids by inducing a robust yet harmless signal of 150kHz throughout plumbing systems made of any material. The pipe, and/or the fluid inside of it, acts as a conduit which allows the signal to propagate. The induction of the signal prevents scale and biofilm from accumulating inside plumbing systems and gradually removes existing deposits. This preventative action significantly reduces energy, chemical, water and maintenance costs which extends the service life of equipment and pipes.