iSpring ED2000 Whole House Electronic Descaler Water Conditioner, Alternative Water Softener

  • Reduces hard water problems without the need for chemicals, salt, or maintenance, while keeping minerals in the water by preventing scale deposits from forming and allowing existing scale to break down.
  • Descales your entire water system and minimize scale buildup in pipes. Reduces energy consumption.
  • Great for residential homes and the environment individuals on salt-restricted diets.
  • Designed for very hard water areas (10-19 grains). Saves energy and helps to extend the life of your appliances.
  • No plumbing modifications required. Maintenance-free. Works on any pipe, even PEX and PVC.
  • 1-year money-back guarantee and lifetime tech support from iSpring Water Systems in Alpharetta, GA.
  • Unlike salt water softeners, ED2000 does not change the chemistry of water.
  • $161.61  Inc Tax
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    The iSpring ED2000 Whole House Electronic Descaler Water Conditioner is a computerized water conditioning system that reduces hard water problems without the need for chemicals, salt, or filter cartridges. This makes it an economic alternative to a traditional water softener, and good for those on salt-restricted diets. It can reduce limescale deposits in water pipes, helping to protect and prolong the life of water heaters, dishwashers, and washing machines. It functions by wrapping two antenna cables around the main water pipe to form a coil, creating a complex, frequency modulated, electronic magnetic waveform. This induces an oscillating electric field into the water, resulting in the agitation of water molecules sufficient to trigger the release of carbon dioxide (CO2) which causes the premature precipitation of calcium bicarbonate. This process naturally results in a tiny increase in solubility, which allows the now unsaturated water to dissolve existing scale deposits and remove them from the water system. Limescale deposits on your fixtures will soften after regular contact with the treated water. This allows for easier cleaning without the use of chemicals. Deposits on showerheads, sinks, and faucets can wipe off or disappear. The treated water allows the soap to lather.

    Simple Installation

    In summary, the ED2000 is a more affordable alternative to water softening systems and offers many distinct advantages. Applied externally on the water pipe, it requires very little maintenance as it does not need the constant salt additions or cartridge replacements that traditional water softening systems do. Installation is simple and requires no changes to your plumbing.

    Product description


    The iSpring ED2000 whole house electronic water descaler is a computerized water conditioning system that solves hard water problems without the need for chemicals, salt, or filter cartridges by leaving the minerals in the water and preventing them from forming the limescale deposits. It requires little maintenance as it does not need the constant salt additions or cartridge replacements that traditional water softening systems require. The ED2000 functions by wrapping two antenna cables around the main water pipe to form a coil, creating a complex, frequency modulated, electromagnetic waveform. This induces an oscillating electric field into the water, resulting in the agitation of water molecules sufficient enough to trigger the release of carbon dioxide and cause the premature precipitation of calcium bicarbonate. This process naturally results in a small increase in solubility, which allows the now unsaturated water to dissolve existing scale deposits and remove them from the water system. Limescale deposits on your fixtures will soften over time after regular contact with the treated water from the ED2000. Deposits on showerheads, sinks, and faucets can wipe off. The treated water will also allow soap to lather up. For water over 25 grains of hardness, it's recommended to use traditional water soften in addition to the ED2000. Water with high iron content (over 0.3ppm) should use an iron removal filter prior to the ED2000.

    Homes with water mains over 1" but less than 1.5" may need to use two ED2000 side by side, and water traveling more than 50 feet may require an additional ED2000 farther down the plumbing line. For product support or technical assistance contact iSpring Water Systems M-F 9-5 EST at 678-261-7611 or email support@ispringfilter.com.
    • Availability: In Stock
    • Model: ED2000
    • Manufacturer: iSpring