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09/28/2016 9:48 AM

Previously I asked about the Nuvo H2o system, now I see something called the "Hardless ng ". It sells for $799.00 . It is manufactured in Israel (?) And the u.s. distribution is in San Jose, Ca. It uses some kind of stainless steel filter system, the info is a little sketchy at this point.

Anyone familiar with this device ?

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09/28/2016 11:41 AM

No, but I'm all trembling with anticipation.

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09/28/2016 12:31 PM

Sounds like a nonsensical name for a nonsensical device.

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09/28/2016 1:18 PM

I have no clue.

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This system has a space age design and modern features. It will soften your hard water as well as filtering it from harmful contaminants. It is especially effective in removing chlorine and will prevent limescale build up too.. Its contemporary design means that water does not pass over already dirty filters. This means that your household water is as clean as possible. It is compact meaning space will not be an issue.

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09/28/2016 1:33 PM

These all look like scams to me...If your water is that bad, you need a serious filtering system that requires regular maintenance, and is better left in the hands of a professional...

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09/28/2016 2:52 PM

On the website, it says they have an engineer, it doesn't say what kind of engineer, I wonder if the engineer is a member here. I just thought that water process engineers like Lyn, etc would know about these devices, seeing how this kind of stuff is his schtick.

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09/28/2016 3:22 PM

I didn't have anything to do with household water and I don't have a water softener in either of our houses.

This LOOKS like a simple ion exchange unit in a fancy housing.

Maybe some carbon filtration somewhere if they claim to remove chlorine better than others.

Otherwise, you probably wouldn't want to drink any of the water our equipment used to make circuit boards, except maybe the DI rinse water inlet into a spray rinse process line.

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