CP77 Media Advantages Over Competitors

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CP77 vs Resin Anti Scale Media

CP77: In most applications, the volume of CP77 needed is less to achieve the same or better results. We have four process medias and formulas to address all of your scale and corrosion issues.

Backwashing/Volume – None required.  CP77: Also None required. The up flow operation of CP77 provides for “self – cleaning” action (see below).

Service Frequency – None required…..?? Depends on the quality of incoming water!! If fouled or degraded by chlorine or chloramine and or heavy metals anti-scale resins would need to be replaced.

CP77: resists fouling by the fluidized media creating a “self-cleaning” action that constantly renews the media surface. 

This self-cleaning action removes fouling agents like metal oxides and organic matter. The totally inorganic CP77 media Is completely resistant to degradation by chlorine and chloramine….NO CHLORINE OR CHLORAMINE LIMITATION and heavy metals have no effect on CP77 media.

Regenerant Volume – None required…..However, some waters high in magnesium and elevated p H (> 8) may foul resin media with magnesium oxide (MgO) which requires regenerating with hot water to dissolve away the MgO.

CP 77: Not affected by magnesium oxide, MgO


Media Volume – depends on application  CP77: In most applications, the volume of CP77 needed is less to achieve superior results.

Backwashing/Volume – None required.  CP77: (Same as above)

Service Frequency – None required.  CP77: (Same as above)

Regenerant Volume – None required.


  • are susceptible to chlorine and chloramine degradation.
  • are susceptible to fouling by metal oxides and organics in the incoming water
  • claim release of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the treated water. This forms carbonic acid (H2CO3) which can eventually lead to corrosion of downstream equipment and heating elements in water heaters.
  • have up to 20-25% moisture…..CP77 consists of ~ < 1% moisture.
  • one certain scale control manufacturer claims that new facilities with copper plumbing must use UNTREATED water for SIX WEEKS prior to installation of their media.
  • another certain media requires 200% of bed depth for “Freeboard” allowance. CP77 requires only 15 to 35 percent of bed depth thereby minimizing system space
CP77……………..HOW IT WORKS (Patent Pending):

This revolutionary new anti-scale and corrosion media controls scale formation and reduces corossion by two key mechanisms:

  1. CP77 is a new and unique blend of natural materials (non-synthetic) that is
    utilized in a contained fluidized bed for the control of scale formation and corrosion. During up flow operation, the physical interaction of this blended media synergistically initiates and promotes formation of suspended microcrystalline scale particles (Calcium Carbonate, CaCO 3 ). These particles
    interact with the soluble Calcium ions (Ca+2) in the hard water to form larger suspended scale particles that are incapable of forming scale and then flushed
    downstream to drain. The microcrystalline particles remain suspended and are incapable of attaching to heating rods or other commercial, industrial and residential equipment. Also included in the blended media are other ingredients that help to “passivate” (coat) heating elements and all equipment downstream which helps to prevent corrosion and the formation of hard scale.
  2. Included with this revolutionary new media are sequestering agents that can also directly sequester the calcium ions (Ca +2) keeping them in solution and preventing them from forming hard scale. These sequestering agents also “passivate” the surfaces of down s tream equipment which prevents corrosion.