Truma’s decalcification tablets solve water heater issues

Truma’s decalcification tablets solve water heater issues

 

Truma AquaGo Instant Water Heater
Truma AquaGo Instant Water Heater

By Bob Difley

Truma’s AquaGo hybrid instant water heater has set a new level of excellence in terms of technology, operating ease, safety and design, the company announced.

Truma’s new decalcification tablets were developed to extend the life of the AquaGo water heater and to maintain its performance, states a Truma press release.

“The Truma AquaGo is the only instant water heater in the industry that can be conveniently decalcified,” said Gerhard Hundsberger, president and CEO of Truma explained. “Minerals and other deposits, such as calcium, build up over time in all water heaters. Instant water heaters have narrow pipes throughout the heat exchanger which calcify and can disrupt the performance of the unit. However, the Truma decalcification tablets solve this problem and are specifically designed to keep the AquaGo functioning just like the day it was purchased.”

The decalcification process is simple and semi-automatic. The control panel indicates when decalcification is recommended, depending on the water hardness and the intensity of use. The tablets are simply inserted into the removable and reusable filter cartridge by opening the “easy drain lever” and the AquaGo control panel guides the user through the decalcification process with LED signals.

The new Truma AquaGo decalcification tablets will demonstrated at the 54th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, KY from Nov. 29 to Dec. 1, and available through Truma’s Certified Dealer Partners and on the Truma website in January.

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  1. Tommy Molnar

    Now, if we could only find a way to keep highly mineralized water from blocking up our toilet spray nozzle, which requires removing the toilet to access the water connection on the rear to remove the sprayer for cleaning. It’s relatively easy to do, but a pain in the butt nevertheless.

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