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Ecobulles vs. Softeners

What are the differences between Ecobulles and the other solutions on the market?

Salt softener

Do you know everything about salt softeners? See here how it works in details.

It is important to know that all salt softeners work this way, whatever their quality, their origin or their conception date.

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Ecobulles

Discover now the process principle of Ecobulles.

See why it is efficient and why it is good for you, your household and our planet!

Compare for yourself!

Discover the differences between a salt softener and Ecobulles in details

Go over the different comparison points in order to know more

PREVENTIVE & CURATIVE PROTECTION

Salt softener

Process principle

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Energy savings

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Scaling protection

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White traces

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Steam plant

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Dishwasher

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Curative effect

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Clothes

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Cleaning products

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WELL-BEING & HEALTH

Salt softener

10-year ecobalance

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Hygiene

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Balance/ Water taste

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Skin well-being

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Rinsing power

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INSTALLATION

Salt softener

Installation

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Noise nuisance

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Space required

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Maintenance

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Septic tanks and microstations

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ELECTROMAGNETIC SYSTEMS

These processes have existed for more than 30 years but have never been really convincing in the domestic field. Most of the reasons are due to the kind of pipelines there are, to the properties of certain waters but mostly, to the speed of the water flow inside the installations. Concerning this last point, the speed of 2m/s is most commonly recommended. It is the same as 3 or 4 taps opened at the same time. A very rare situation within a household. This explains why these systems have never been so much developed on the consumer market. The ATEX’s (Technical Experimental Certification) that are delivered concerning theses processes by the CSTB, are never awarded to domestic systems because the speed of 2m/s is always included in the technical specifications during try-outs. They are therefore non included in this comparative, as they are not efficient.