What are the ongoing costs of a Hydrosmart solution?
For many business owners and industry stakeholders, knowing how to cut costs and minimise regular outgoing funds is the key to maintaining healthy profits.
As such, it has likely crossed your mind to consider the ongoing expenses of any technology or service you wish to invest in. Even solutions designed to save you money can have serious repercussions on your business finances if they require maintenance, for example.
If you’re considering investing in a high-tech Hydrosmart water softener system, you may be wondering how much you will need to pay to upkeep this water quality control solution.
To give you some insight into how the Hydrosmart technology can benefit your business, here is a brief outline on the ongoing costs of installing this system.
The Hydrosmart water treatment system is a simple-to-install, easy-to-use solution to help you achieve better water quality. Using computer-generated resonance frequencies to break the bonds between minerals in water, this technology decreases mineral precipitation, removes deposited scale and oxides, and also prevents excessive corrosion of pipes and appliances.
While you may think that this system would require extensive care and servicing, the truth is much different. A Hydrosmart water softener requires no ongoing maintenance, making it a truly cost-effective solution to your water quality problems.
Although the Hydrosmart water treatment technology uses computer-generated frequencies, the energy required to run the system is surprisingly low at 5 to 10 Watts. That’s less than a light bulb uses!
The product can even be run completely off solar power, if no power if available at the site of installation.
Before deciding to sink money into a water treatment system, you may be concerned about having recurring costs of expensive chemicals or filters to keep the system working at its best. Gladly there is no need for any harsh chemicals or disposable filters with Hydrosmart water treatment. The system uses only computer-generated frequencies to improve water quality and these frequencies are benign and inexpensive.
This water treatment solution can be scaled up or down to fit almost any size of water system, so can be utilised by all businesses and industries.