Invicta Green is proud to provide commercial-grade water purification technology, now available for homeowners. We’ve adapted the advanced bioscience technology solutions created by Next Filtration Technologies, Inc. and scaled them down for private use.
Our technology is based on a proven process known as Template Assisted Crystallisation (TAC), which causes scale-forming crystals to stick to each other and not to metal surfaces, supplying water that is cleaner than ever before.
Scale Stop replacement cartridges cost less than the annual salt bill for a system of similar size, and change out periods can be as little as every 3 years for higher flow rate systems.
Template Assisted Crystallisation (TAC) has produced the first effective salt and chemical-free scale prevention method. Hardness minerals are converted into harmless crystals.
All commercial testing and approval is reinforced by independent third-party verifications through an internationally-recognized testing protocol for hard scale prevention.
Recently recognized as a new technology, Template Assisted Crystallization (TAC®) offers the first proven effective and consistent chemical-free scale prevention method.
In the past, magnets, electromagnets, RF devices and catalysts have been available in the water softening industry, but few have proven to be effective.
Next Scale Stop is not a water softener, but it has all the advantages of a water softener without the disadvantages, and the water acts and feels just like soft water.
Next Scale Stop is more economical and has other benefits that a water softener does not have. Salt softeners have many limitations in commercial and industrial applications which are well-recognized and understood. Next Scale Stop can provide the protection needed without the restrictions associated with salt softener systems.
Extremely efficient: 5-second contact time regardless of hardness level. Conventional Ion Exchange resin requires 90-seconds.
All translate to longer life for equipment, greater energy efficiency and good environmental stewardship.
The EWG’s Tap Water Database shows that a startling number of cancer-causing chemicals contaminate the nation’s drinking water. Of 250 different contaminants detected in tests by local utilities, [...]