There are two basic types of dishwasher, domestic and commercial. Dish washers are designed to effectively economize the quantity of water and the volume of cleaning agent used to clean dishes. Hard water can severely impade the effectiveness of the system. Hard water by itself tends to affect the ability of soap or dish washing liquid to lather, there by lowering the effectiveness of the process. This also means that more dishwashing liquid needs to be added to raise the level of lathering, to compensate for the hardness in the water. This translates into higher running costs in the long run.
When the hardness is of a greater concentration, it results in the formation of scale. Scale precipitates on the feed water line, there by causing reduced inflow over a period of time. This means that the dishwasher has to be run for a longer period of time to pump in more water to compensate for the reduced pipe dia. This results in increased running costs in terms of electricity, maintenance of equipment, etc.
When GMX is fitted on the feed water line, the property focused permanent ceramic magnets act upon the calcium and magnesium salts present in the water and condition them, thus rendering them harmless. If the system is already scales, the GMX units will cause the scale to slowly soften and get flushed out, thus restoring the pipe dia to its original size.
The benefits are that the dishwasher can now be operated with hard water without facing any of the problems associated with it. As GMX is an ‘on-line’ system, it is a far superior alternative to conventional chemical softeners, as it requires no plumbing alternatives, it is extremely compact and does not reduce the flow rate like conventional softeners do. As it is a permanent ceramic magnet, it lasts for minimum one hundred years, and comes with a ninety day unconditional, risk free, money back guarantee and an international lifetime warranty.