If you have a borewell in your house you are likely to have hard water. The way to confirm it is just boil the water in an utensils and if you see white calcium molecules floating on the water or the water turns whitish, it means you have Hard Water.
If you have hard water in your house it is very likely that you start seeing scaling or white colour on the taps and tiles of your bathroom. Because of this scaling you may see improper flow of water or even complete clogging of taps and pipes. At times you may have to replace the complete taps and the piping system of the house because of hard water.
Hard water also damages your geyser, washing machine, dishwasher and other equipment in your house.
It is one of the key reason for hair fall and skin rash.
Unlike the traditional method which cost upward of Rs. 30,000/- rupees to install and 10,000 rupees for yearly maintenance, Dcal is a low cost, Innovative product which requires no maintenance, no regeneration and easy to install.
DCal makes calcium and magnesium ions inactive using a proprietary technology. We remove the stickyness of these molecules. so while calcium and magnesium continue to be in water they do not create the ill effect of scaling and just flow away with water.
It's simple. Normally whenever you boil hard water, calcium has a property of floating on the water. You can see it visually. You can do a simple test of boiling to see how D'Cal works. Take two stainless steel utensils and in one of them take one litre of your regular bore water and in the other take one litre of water from the overhead tank where DCal is put. Heat both utensils for approximately 10 minutes until the water boils and let it cool down. You will see visually calcium molecules floating in your regular bore water, whereas the D'Cal water will be much more transparent and clear.
For a 1500 litre tank, it last for ~ 1 Year.
It is very simple. You have to just drop the device in the overhead tank. No cutting of pipes, No plumber required.
We give free replacement warranty for one year.