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Miller & Sons, Next carries a full line of Next Filtration products including Scalestop, and Next BioCatalytics.


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Chemical Free, Highly Effective Scale Control.

Imagine a physical water treatment, that conditions your water without the use of salts, is zero discharge compliant, and requires no electricity.  Now imagine your water with all the 'beneficial minerals' left behind.

Miller & Sons, Next is proud to be able to offer YOU the latest in water conditioning technology, Next Filtration Technologies Scalestop.  Scalestop is a revolution in scale control performance and operating economy.

Scalestop is not a replacement for the conventional water softener, rather a superior alternative.  It is tested and certified by both the WQA GoldSeal Program, along with being NSF 42 Certified. Scalestop has been tested for over 9 years both in the United States and Europe.

Miller & Sons, Next is excited to introduce you to Next Filtration and show you how it can make a difference in your home, or for your business!


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Features

Extremely efficient - 5 seconds contact time regardless of hardness level. Conventional Ion Exchange resin requires 90 seconds.

No salt or other regenerants required.

No water waste from backwashing.

No brine discharge. Can be used in areas where conventional water softeners are banned.

Long lasting media-not consumed by the reactions.

Unique "Template Assisted Crystallization" (TAC) technology induces the formation of microscopic calcium crystals which effectively isolate hardness from the water chemistry.

No control valve or electricity required.

Media can be used in both conventional mineral tanks or POU cartridge form.

Media operates in upflow condition.

Applications

next-ScaleStop has proven itself in a variety of applications as an alternative to ion exchange softening or other conventional water treatment methods. The maintenance-free characteristics make it especially suited for Foodservice and Commercial applications where equipment maintenance is often overlooked. next-ScaleStop is a great alternative for residential use, especially in areas with brine discharge restrictions or where brackish water makes it impossible to operate a conventional softener.

Foodservice

Coffee & Tea Brewers

Espresso Machines

Steamers & Proofers

Dishwashing


Commercial/Industrial

Car Washes

Laundries

Evaporative Coolers (single-pass)

Hotels, Hospitals, Apartments


Residential

Laundry - reduced soap usage, cleaner clothes.

Dishwasher - reduced soap usage, less spotting, no scale formation.

Water Heater - complete protection from scale.

Drinking water - beneficial minerals are retained, no sodium or other chemicals added to water.

 

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High Performance Filtration Media

A revolution in filtration peformance and operating economy.

next-Sand is a remarkable advance in media filtration technology. Based on a rare natural mineral that is highly processed and refined, next-Sand's unique properties allow it to radically alter the performance and cost of media filtration. The hardness, stability and micro-porous character of nextsand makes it a perfect filtration media for virtually every application in the water and wastewater treatment industry.

Features

High filtration performance-3-5 micron removal.

High capacity filtration throughout the entire nextsand bed depth provides more than twice the capacity of multimedia filtration.

High Service Flow– 3-4 times that of multimedia with superior filtration.

Long lasting media (>5 years) not consumed in the process.

Simple periodic backwash keeps the media clean and operating efficiently.


Applications

RO Pretreatment–superior SDI reduction

Cooling Towers–unequalled Turbidity removal

Municipal Water Treatment, pressure and gravity filters–higher flow, lower pressure drop and superior filtration performance

Wastewater Polishing–exceptional TSS removal

Precipitated metals removal

Carwash reclaim and recycling

Irrigation

 

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