Published Articles Synopsis & Research Data

Let’s Get Physical:  How much do we know about Physical Water Conditioners?

Posted: 25th October 2016

 

In this month’s edition of Heating & Plumbing Monthly Jonny Seccombe, Chairman of Lifescience Products Ltd and President of Aqua-Rex LLC in the USA, provides insight into the ability of Water-King to remove existing scale from plumbing systems and to provide partially softened water.  Click here to view

 

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Understand Physical Water Treatment:  Getting the right training

Posted: 9th June 2016

 

In this month’s edition of Heating & Plumbing Monthly Darren Stacey, Head of Sales & Marketing, looks into the different types of physical water conditioners commonly specified and how getting the right training is just as important as getting the right products.  Click here to view

 

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Scale Build-Up: What is it, where does it come from and how do you get rid of it?

Posted: 26th October 2015

 

In the ‘Water Treatment & Waste Water’ feature in October’s edition of Heating & Plumbing Monthly Jonny Seccombe, Managing Director of Lifescience Products Ltd, provides an insight into why scaling occurs, how hard water can be treated and the possible side-effects of ‘descaling’ using physical water conditioners (p77, Enquiry no. 153).  Click here to view

 

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Fit for a King

Posted: 19th November 2014

 

Darren Stacey, Head of Sales & Marketing at Lifescience Products Ltd, teams up with Professional Heating & Plumbing Installer to provide a step-by-step installation guide for the Water-King electronic water softener. Professional Heating & Plumbing Installer December 2014.…Click here to view


Electro-magnetic Water Conditioners Explained

Posted: 2nd October 2014

 

In this month’s edition of Heating & Plumbing Monthly Jonny Seccombe, Chairman of Lifescience Products Ltd, explains why the correct location of an electro-magnetic water conditioner is vitally important… Click here to read


The Rise of Physical Water Conditioners

Darren Stacey, Head of Sales & Marketing at Lifescience Products Ltd, examines how technological advances in the water treatment industry have led to an increase in alternative technologies as replacements to more traditional hard water treatments. Business and Industry Today October 2014.
 
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Taking the Salt out of Softening

An informative two part article written by Jonny Seccombe for the American Society of Plumbing Engineers monthly magazine. Plumbing Systems & Design November/December 2010.
 
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No Salt Softeners – Fact, Fiction or Fantasy

Water Conditioning & Purification October 2006
 
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Don’t get left out in the cold

Water-King is the ‘fit and forget’ way for RSL’s and Housing Associations to comply with Part L. February 2009
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Water-King at the Radisson SAS Hotel

Water-King the softener alternative at the Radisson SAS. September 2008
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Designing Scale out

Manufacturers should think “scale” when designing a water heater, says Jonny Seccombe, managing director of Lifescience Products. HVP March 2008
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Gobbledygook In Part L

Lifescience Products looks at Part L’s attempt to address the problem of limescale in hot water systems. HVP June 2006
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Softer Water

Technical research data illustrating the softening effect of Water-King. This research was carried out at the request of the Advertising Standards Authority in 1996.
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Weighing Up Scale Protection

Highlights the lack of performance standards for Physical Water Conditioners in the UK and describes the German Test W512 and one of the few products that has passed it. EIBI February 2006
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