Coming soon will be a series of user friendly videos showing how install the Scalehound on to your home. The videos will demonstrate how it works, why it works, and what to expect the water to feel like.
Please stay tuned!
Scalehound Water Systems has been working with Bio Chem Consulting (http://www.bio-chemconsulting.com) to develop white paper on a commercial building in down town Calgary. This report will give us the third party credibility that will open up doors into commercial and industrial applications. Once we are able to break into this market and establish our selves as a LEED green product, we believe Scalehounds will be a standard water treatment product for every building.
In the past there has been a certain stigma surrounding our technology and we will continue to prove the effectiveness of the Scalehound over and over again beyond any shadow of doubt slowly removing this skepticism. We believe good things take time and we are slowly taking the right steps forward to the point where our technology will be generally accepted into the public domain as brand name in the environmental green movement.
Scalehound Water Systems is proud to announce that we are currently working with the University of Calgary and the Nickle Arts museum. Since December 2011 a Scalehound was introduced to their humidifier line to prevent scale build up on the expensive cartridges that have to be replaced every month. Thus far, things are positive and we are awaiting the final results and an in depth testimonial to post on our site.
We look forward to keeping you informed on the results once received.
Win a ¾ inch Scalehound unit for your home (value of $799)!!! We are looking for a creative design for a model that can demonstrate visual scale build up over time and show the removal once the Scalehound is installed.
This model will be used for trade shows and other demonstrations.
The design must be a diagram clearly labeled with parts and materials needed to build the model. It also must be easy to take apart and light enough to move to multiple times per year.
The design must be able to prove without a doubt the ability to De-scale and prevent the deposition of lime scale. Note that high iron content and high total dissolved solids will affect the performance negatively. Municipal water sources are not a problem.
Dead line will be September 1, 2012
We look forward to reviewing you designs. Please send them to Jason.Butler@Scalehoundwater.com