Calcareous tap water

Too much lime in the water changes its taste and makes tile, sink, and glass surfaces unsightly.

Calcification costs energy

For example, a heat exchanger becomes less efficient with calcification and, over time, more and more energy is needed.

Limescale forms spots on fittings and tiles

Limescale an form white spots, sometimes even crusts on bathroom surfaces. This is not just visually unappealing, but also a hygiene issue.

Lime deposits provide an ideal breeding ground for bacteria like Legionella

Limescale is optimal for the formation of a biofilm. The risk of water system contamination increases with greater levels of calcification.

Hard water doesn’t taste good

If the calcium content in drinking water is too high, the water has an intense flavor. Even the taste of tea and coffee will be affected.