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Tartaric acid as decalcifier?

Tartaric acid is a white, crystalline organic acid that occurs naturally in many fruits, especially grapes, but also bananas, tamarinds and citrus fruits. Its salt, potassium bitartrate, commonly known as tartaric acid, is formed...

Sulfamic Acid

Sulfamic acid as decalcifier

Sulfamic acid is used in many decalcifiers such as Durgol and sanitary cleaners as the anti-scale agent. It has the advantage that it acts about 6 times stronger and up to 10 times faster...

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Why do we even need to decalcify?

In the last article we learned, how the lime gets into the water. This is actually a so-called saturated solution, which means that under normal circumstances the lime remains a component of the water....

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How does the scale get into the water?

Why do we even have scale in the water and where does it come from? Water basically consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom, thus the well-known H20. Thus, there is no...

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Descaling with Durgol descaler

durgol® swiss espresso® is praised by several coffee machine manufacturers as the preferred descaler for their fully or semi-automatic coffee machines, coffee pad machines and espresso machines. Is the Durgol special descaler really so...