Stuart Turner Water Conditioner C46-75 - 44619
£243.60 (Inc. VAT)
- Catalytic core water conditioner for water treatment in a domestic setting
- Effectively removes limescale and improves efficiency of boilers, cylinders and kettles
- Available in three sizes to deal with different water flows
- Easily incorporable into incoming mains water supply line
- Can help properties achieve Part L of Building Regulations
- 10-year guarantee as standard
The Stuart Turner Water Conditioner Range is the ideal solution for any domestic plumbing application where the water supply needs to be treated in-situ as it is used. Easily installed into the existing mains water supply line, the catalytic alloy core inside the conditioner works hard to prevent the formation of hard limescale deposits, ensuring efficient performance and a lengthened lifespan for boilers, cylinders and kettles in the home. With three sizes to choose from, it’s adaptable to all plumbing systems and flow rates, meaning there’s a water conditioner for your home regardless of your location or circumstances.
The unique process works as the water is being pumped through the system. After installing the conditioner in-line with the incoming mains water supply (just after the stopcock), the catalytic alloy core will automatically convert the calcium carbonate in the water into microscopic crystals. Due to their diminutive size and non-adhesive properties, these crystals then simply float in the water and do not stick to any surfaces, resulting in clean kettles, cylinders and boilers which won’t suffer a build-up of limescale. This, in turn, ensures that they will remain operational and efficient for many years without a problem.
The conditioners come in a trio of different sizes to meet the differing demands of individual residences. The C3-22 model has an optimal flow rate of 3-22 litres per minute, while the C23-45 performs better with a flow rate of between 23 and 45 litres per minute. Meanwhile, the C46-75 is capable of handling flow rates of up to 75 litres per minute, and all three units can take a maximum pressure rating of 10 bar. As such, all that’s needed to find the perfect solution for your own home is to measure the typical water flow rate of your own cold-water mains supply, then select the corresponding conditioner. Voila!
The incorporation of a Stuart Turner Water Conditioner into your existing plumbing system can not only improve the performance and longevity of your water utilities, it can also help you to comply with Part L of the Building Regulations, which requires optimisation of all fuel and power use in the home. What’s more, the conditioner itself is estimated to have an average lifespan of 15 years and comes with a manufacturer’s guarantee of 10 years, so you can ensure you meet your conservation obligations for many years to come.