Scalewatcher will save care home money


Posted on March 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Wyndhams, a residential care home in Folkestone, Kent, one of the hardest water areas in Britain, has installed the patented Scalewatcher Electronic Descaling System to remove limescale build-up in the home¹s plumbing and bathroom fixtures. Proprietor Maureen Davies says she anticipates a short-term pay-back on the Scalewatcher system based on savings on capital equipment and energy. Following a site survey of the large Victorian building by a Flocare engineer, it was decided that one Scalewatcher system would be installed on to the mains water input feeding the hot water boiler, and another fitted to the mains hot water for the central heating. Just 10 days after the units were fitted, Mrs Davies said she noted that scale was coming away from the kettle and that the newly installed Scalewatchers were visibly working on other water-fed equipment. “I had read about Scalewatcher and decided that it would cost so much to replace all the equipment effected by limescale that it would be much cheaper to purchase a





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