There are several ways you may hear of hard water being described or measured; calcium hardness, magnesium hardness, total hardness, hardness as CaCO3 or total dissolved solids (TDS). Here is a brief guide to understanding the differences in terminology...
A salt softener is a hard water treatment device that replaces naturally occurring minerals (primarily calcium and magnesium) with sodium, in a process called ion exchange[...]
‘Water Conditioning’, ‘Water Restructuring’, ‘Electrochemical Scale Elimination’, these are just some of the many terms that are used to describe technologies designed to prevent limescale. [...]
Sidon Water Europe are delighted to have recently become members of the official Made in Britain organisation. [...]
Scale build up is, in reality, a hidden ‘Thief’ inside your company. It is hard to detect, yet you know it is there, ever present and ever increasing in its potential to rob you. Its existence degrades your equipment, wastes your time, and literally steals your money. [...]
The connection between hard water and Legionella is well known, but often misunderstood. In this blog we focus on how we can better control bacteria levels in water, from the very beginning […]