New Generation System- Best Alternative to Conventional Water Softener & RO

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It‘s time to get serious about water softeners for Homes and Buildings

Pure Water
Pure Water is the life and blood of all pipes, equipment's, heating systems on every home, buildings and commercial applications. Its’ chemical characteristics can make a huge difference between a building that runs with PROXIMA and last’s for decades without scale, corrosion and biofouling. On the other hand, system’s that runs with Water Softeners can develops Expensive Corrosion issues causing bacteria to grow within months of startup.


Reduction of Ion‘s in Water

Like Water Softening, it involves passing the source water through a column filled with “PROXIMA BEADS“. However, these beads are Manufactured by Watch Water Germany, and these beads are absolutely different than those used in water softeners. These beads are chemically structured and can capture both undesirable ion’s cations as well as anion’s. They release pure Hydrogen and Hydroxide ion’s. The hydrogen cation has one positive change and the Hydroxide anion has one negative change. When one hydrogen cation (H+) meets up with one hydroxide anion (OH-) they bound to form a neutral molecule of water (H2O) Above Figure illustrates the overall process of Proxima Beads used for softening and partial demineralization. Water that has been highly (but not completely) demineralized has characteristics that are ideal for whole house buildings and best suited for all hot water systems. It’s also an excellent water to be combined for cooling and making drinks




System Specification
PROXIMA Inlet-Outlet Oxima Storage in Pipe Flow liter/Hour Yearly Oxima Consumption Proxima Volume in liters
One 1” 1 kg 1 m3/h Max 2 kg 15 liters
Two 1” 2 kg 1.5 m3/h Max 4 kg 20 liters
Three 1” 3 kg 3 m3/h Max 6 kg 30 liters
Electrical Specification
AC Adapter International
Supply Voltage 230V AC
Supply Frequency 50 Hz




Proxima System


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