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ScaleBlaster Water Descaler



If you’ve ever lived with hard water you know it’s a real problem! Clogged plumbing, ruined appliances and those dreaded spots on dishes, fixtures, mirrors and shower doors.

Now there’s a solution. Using citrus instead of salt, the nuvoH2O Saltless Water Softener System gives you month after month of fresh, clean, soft water for just pennies!

  • eco-friendly

    Healthier for you, your family and the environment.

  • never buy salt again

    Instead of bulky salt bags, nuvoH2O uses a lightweight, compact cartridge.

  • reduces energy bills

    Healthier for you, your family and the environment.

  • lifetime warranty

    Includes a full money-back guarantee and lifetime product warranty.


Where do I install the unit?

Install the unit on the incoming water supply line going to the house or building, and always before the water heater. You want to make sure all your pipes are cleaned out of limescale deposits.

How big is the unit and how much does it cost to operate?

Designed with state-of-the-art microchip technology, the unit is very compact, 8'' x 5''x 3'', and will use about as much electricity as a nightlight.

How difficult is it to install ScaleBlaster?

In most circumstances, the homeowner can install it himself, and can be done in less than thirty minutes. No special tools or plumbing work is required. You are not cutting into the pipe at all. For slab built homes, you will need to locate the incoming pipe as it enters the house. Installation can be done outside as the unit is in a weatherproof enclosure. If this is not possible, locate the area inside, before the water heater. Contact Clearwater or your dealer if you are installing the unit yourself and need technical help.

Will ScaleBlaster work on all types of pipe?

There are two different types of ScaleBlaster models. The SB-50 and SB-125 residential models will work on PVC or copper pipe. In older homes, where there is steel or galvanized pipe, the SBR-800 is the required model. If your house has both types of pipe, we are only concerned with where the signal cable is wrapped.

What kind of benefits can I expect from ScaleBlaster?

Almost immediately you will feel the difference on your hair and skin while taking a shower. It will feel softer and silkier and rinse off easier. You will notice more soap suds, the bathtub scum will stop forming; existing scale will begin softening or wiping off easier. Scale on showerheads and faucets will begin to soften. In a couple of months, water pressure will increase if your pipes were full of scale and the hot water heater will be more efficient. All appliances that come in contact with water will work more efficiently. Water will taste better, and there will be a less breeding ground for bacteria.

How long will it take for my limescale deposits to go away?

This can depend on many factors. The amount of water going through the pipes is a major one. The more people living in the house using water, the faster the pipes will de-scale. The hardness of the water is a big factor, as well as how old the house is. It could be a week or as long as three months.

Will there be any maintenance with the ScaleBlaster?

There is no maintenance at all. No salt to carry around. No batteries or filters to change. No moving parts. You may want to occasionally check to see if the two LED lights are on in case of a power surge. Otherwise, we do suggest you drain and clean out the bottom of your hot water tank after a couple of months of installing the ScaleBlaster to remove all the scale that has accumulated.

I have a water softener. Do I still need ScaleBlaster?

This depends on several factors. If you enjoy the extra soapsuds produced by the water softener, then definitely keep it. The ScaleBlaster will create extra suds, but not nearly as much as a water softener. If you live in an area that is banning water softeners, then you have found the number one alternative. If the cost and maintenance on a water softener is bothering you, then again, this is your number one alternative. If a doctor has put you on a salt restricted diet, again ScaleBlaster is the answer.

My friend says he tried a unit similar to yours and it did not work. Any ideas?

There are similar products to ScaleBlaster on the market that claim to do the job, but don't. Years of product research went into the design of ScaleBlaster. Our product utilizes frequencies far wider and with more energy levels than any other competitor. ScaleBlaster is the number 1 selling "electronic descaler" in the world today because it works. "Word of Mouth" is your best advertiser.

Before I buy, what kind a guarantees can I get from ScaleBlaster?

The unit comes with a full 120-day money-back guarantee, and has a full 10-year warranty. ScaleBlaster has a 20+year lifespan and is UL, CUL, and CE listed. Clearwater Enviro Technologies, Inc. has been in business 18 years, and has been selling ScaleBlaster since 1995 without a single complaint filed to the BBB. We have an audited 99.1 success rate of satisfied customers.


How long has ScaleBlaster been around?

ScaleBlaster has been around since 1995 and is manufactured by Clearwater Enviro Technologies, Inc. The company has been in business since 1988. Tens of thousands of units have been sold over the years. In 2005, the product was featured on HGTV’s “I Want That!” There are 20 models available for use on small residential homes to huge 3 foot pipe lines. Many of the world’s largest companies use our equipment, including the Chinese and Mexican governments.

ScaleBlaster does not come in contact with the water at all. How does it work?

The equipment comprises of a computerized control box and a signal cable that is wrapped around the outside of your pipe. ScaleBlaster does not touch the water in any way, shape or form. Our equipment sends a unique and complex modulating frequency waveform that hits the resonant frequency of the calcium molecules, causing them to lose their adhesive properties. Lime scale will not form in pipes, heating surfaces or equipment. Cleaning chemicals and detergents can be cut in half.

Is there any maintenance involved?

None whatsoever. All you have to do is check to see if the indicator light or LED display is on. No more repairs. No more bags of salt. Nothing!

How long is your warranty?

All ScaleBlaster products are backed with a full, 3-year warranty. Your unit is 100% covered under most circumstances. The units have an expected life of over 20 years and are in rugged weather proof containers. By purchasing from the manufacturer, your warranty is well-assured. Customer service has been our number one priority for over 20 years.

How many units would I need and where do they get installed?

In most cases, a large unit gets installed on the incoming water supply line, and other smaller units get installed before the dietary and laundry equipment. If you have a cooling tower or boiler, another unit would go there.

Who is ScaleBlaster affiliated with? What electrical approval do they have?

We are members of the Water Quality Association, Florida Health Care Association, and the US Green Building Council. Our units are UL, CUL and CE listed.

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"The installation was done in just a few minutes. Within days, our water pressure was improving. Our water gets much hotter and quicker, so something right is going on in there!”

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Santa Fe, New Mexico

"Our soap use has been cut, our flappers on our toilets work now, and the white buildup in my dishwasher is going away after a month. The glasses from the dishwasher are starting to clean up, too. The entire family reported soft hair and much more soap bubbles in just two days."

Mr. and Mrs. Jacoby
Evansville, Indiana

How does scaleblaster work?

ScaleBlaster is a compact, state-of-the art, computerized system that is installed on the incoming waterline of the house or building. This innovative product produces an oscillating electronic field using a unique and complex modulating frequency wave form that changes the physical shape, size and charge of the calcium molecules and causes them to lose their adhesive properties.