The Triangular Wave System is a new revolutionary breakthrough in the treatment of hard water and its effect on water based applications. The System is non-invasive and non-chemical by design and is suitable for practically all applications requiring hard water treatment.

Sources of Water

Drinking water primarily comes from two sources: the bodies of water on the earth's surface and the subterranean wells which gather groundwater after it is filtered through the top layers of the earth's strata. After the groundwater passes through the uppermost layers of the earth's surface, it contains carbon-dioxide, a carbonic acid.

In the lower strata of the earth, the carbonic acid enriched water dissolves lime (calcium carbonate) from the subterranean rock and converts it to calcium hydrogen carbonate. The calcium hydrogen carbonate is the source of lime deposits and scale which form in water systems.

Hardness in Water

Regardless of the source of drinking water, water typically contains carbon dioxide and the earth's alkalines, such as calcium and magnesium. The total hardness of water is determined by the sum of calcium-hydrogen carbonate, magnesium hydrogen carbonate, and the non-carbonate starches which include calcium and magnesium component solutions. Consequently, the water "hardness" is dependent on the amount of lime in the water.

Methods to "Soften" Water and Prevent Lime Deposits

There are several methods to prevent lime deposit formation (scale and encrustation) in water systems: ion exchange mechanisms (water softeners), adding phosphate chemicals, and the Triangular Wave Deposit Control System (positive effects of softening, but not a softener).

The Triangular Wave System for neutralizing hardness and preventing the formation of lime deposits uses an electronic deposit controller; no salt or other chemicals are added to the water.

The Triangular Wave Deposit Control System will:

  1. Give the benefits of soft water without adding salt or removing health giving minerals.
  2. Prevent any further hard scale buildup in and on water equipment and fixtures.
  3. Remove existing scale that is inside the water system.
  4. Soften the existing hard scale around taps, basins, and toilets.
  5. Reduce soap scum and improve the lather of soap.
  6. Make the water feel silkier.
  7. Reduce the harsh effects of hard water on skin and clothes.
  8. Reduces water spotting on fixtures and surfaces in contact with the water.
  9. Provides a much more environmentally friendly solution to hard water; no salts or chemicals.
  10. The water will taste better as pipes will be cleared of both mineral and biological deposits.
  11. Plants that receive the treated water will grow better.