Hard Water consists of heavy molecules of calcium and magnesium, which stick to each other and to the surfaces instead of flowing with the water. These deposits become solid and crystallized when untreated. When you treat hard water with Anti-scaling system, the impulse changes the shape of calcium and magnesium particles.

Kashyap Anti-scale system breaks their adhesive power and prevents their crystallization. As a result, the particles turn into a fine powder and washes away along the water. This is how Kashyap prevents the accumulation of new scales on surfaces as well as inside the pipes.


Calcium particles stick to each other and fasten the process of scale deposition inside the pipes. These deposits produce carbonic acid (H2CO3), which breaks down the existing scale deposits naturally. Although this is how the scales are removed naturally, it doesn’t solve the issue as the build-up process is faster than the resolving process. The deposition increases with time, which ultimately reduces the diameter of pipes

With Kashyap anti-scaling system, this process is reversed as electronic impulse doesn’t allow the deposition of scales. The rate of scale deposits becomes much slower, eliminating the scale-build up entirely. As the scale eradication becomes faster than the build-up process, it also removes the existing deposits more effectively. The carbonic acid generated during the process keeps dissolving the scales sanitizing the piping system.


Iron and copper oxidation occurs in all metal pipes when it comes in contact with hard water. These oxides have an adverse effect on pipe surfaces and can even cause corrosion.

Anti-scaling system with the impulse develops an electrophoresis effect and makes a protected metal-carbonate covering on the pipe. It consists of copper-carbonate, iron-carbonate, or zinc-carbonate depending upon the type of pipe material which stays overall shiny metal surfaces. This layer helps in protecting the pipes against aggressive substances that can cause corrosion

Scroll to Top