Presented by Dan Garard
National Sales Manager
Hydro Magic, LLC
www.ScaleSafe.net
85% of the U.S. is affected by hard water in very negative ways
including:
Increased energy costs Destruction of water hea...
When water undergoes pressure or temperature changes, minerals
in the water precipitate (become hard) causing scale build ...
The U.S. Bureau of Standards concludes that ¼” of scale
buildup on heating elements requires 55% more energy to
attain the...
ScaleSafe:
 System fits small commercial applications like individual
machines (ice machine, dishwashers, etc.) up to lar...
 The average nursing home/assisted living facility uses
about 100 gallons of water per resident per day with 1/3
of it be...
 In a year’s time, the energy savings alone are
enough to make up for the cost.
 When you factor in the saved man hours ...
If you would like to know how hard your water
is, visit our site at www.ScaleSafe.net and request a
FREE Water Test Kit. T...
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ScaleSafe eliminates hard water scale from water systems and has applications for both small and large situations. From individual ice machines and dishwashers that tend to have scale build up due to the water and pressure changes all the way up to whole homes and even larger complexes including prisons, apartment complexes, nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
85% of the country deals with hard water issues and the problems that it causes including higher energy costs, premature equipment failure as well as clogged pipes and shower heads.
By keeping the calcium molecule sequestered and in suspension, ScaleSafe eliminates scale build up but not only does it prevent future scale, it can eliminate existing scale in a system returning water heaters back to their optimal efficiency.
ScaleSafe is a Negative Cost Item meaning that it will save more money than it costs through reduced energy costs as well as maintenance man hours and equipment life extension.

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ScaleSafe for Nursing Homes/Assisted Living Facilities

  1. 1. Presented by Dan Garard National Sales Manager Hydro Magic, LLC www.ScaleSafe.net
  2. 2. 85% of the U.S. is affected by hard water in very negative ways including: Increased energy costs Destruction of water heaters appliances and fixtures Poor water pressure Mineral build up on surfaces
  3. 3. When water undergoes pressure or temperature changes, minerals in the water precipitate (become hard) causing scale build up in dish washers, shower heads and pipes. This is all happening whether you realize it or not. Other symptoms of hard water scale include the need for more soap and causing spots on dishes. ScaleSafe will eliminate existing scale in your system.
  4. 4. The U.S. Bureau of Standards concludes that ¼” of scale buildup on heating elements requires 55% more energy to attain the same temperature as a scale-free heating element, which in turn increases energy costs 55%. Therefore, an inefficient water heater continuously wastes real dollars while simultaneously damaging all appliances and equipment.
  5. 5. ScaleSafe:  System fits small commercial applications like individual machines (ice machine, dishwashers, etc.) up to large commercial applications like office buildings , apartment complexes, prisons, nursing homes or assisted living facilities  Removes and prevents scale build up throughout water system  Is less costly than all other water softener systems including salt systems and reverse osmosis methods  Will save more time and money than all other water softener systems  Is environmentally friendly and totally safe for drinking  Is a negative-cost item meaning it will save you more money in energy savings and maintenance cost than it costs to purchase
  6. 6.  The average nursing home/assisted living facility uses about 100 gallons of water per resident per day with 1/3 of it being “HOT” water.  It costs $15 for a gas heater and $24 for an electric water heater to heat 1000 gallons.  With ¼” of scale, energy costs are 55% higher ($15 becomes $23.25 and $24 becomes $37.20).
  7. 7.  In a year’s time, the energy savings alone are enough to make up for the cost.  When you factor in the saved man hours in maintenance of equipment as well as equipment replacement costs, ScaleSafe becomes a wise investment.  So, it actually does PAY to condition your water! Used in consumer food service for decades by numerous Fortune 500 companies – Protect your home with the same product that protects the equipment in the largest corporations in the U.S.
  8. 8. If you would like to know how hard your water is, visit our site at www.ScaleSafe.net and request a FREE Water Test Kit. This will tell you how hard your water is and the potential damage that it is causing to your water heater and system. If you already know you have a hard water problem and would like ScaleSafe to protect your home or business, visit our site at www.ScaleSafe.net and see which unit best fits your needs.

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