Using the same criterion described initially, the system Hydropath not solopreviene the formation of accumulations of limestone, but also enables the removal of those present.

Process made possible by the CO2 released during the transformation reaction of bicarbonate into carbonate of calcium and magnesium. The CO dissolved in the water generates H2CO3 (carbonic acid) which is a weak acid, but useful and effective to attack limestone formations possibly deposited on the walls of the piping, heat exchangers etc.. This process of disintegration is not immediate, but requires weeks or months depending on the thickness and compactness of the deposit formed.

This process is made possible only in the presence of calcium and magnesium carbonates, carbonates with silicon is retained only the preventive function and removal of existing accumulations.