There are many different ways to remove the harsh chemicals and purify your water supply because of the various ways your water can be contaminated. While water softening and reverse osmosis are the more common methods used for water treatment they aren’t the only option, especially with more stubborn water supplies. Water containing chlorine/chloramines, sediment, ammonia, iron, sulfur, bad taste and odor, other heavy metals, and bacteria require additional processes such as chlorination, carbon filtering, and ultraviolet sterilization to rid of those pesky pollutants.
Inline Carbon Filter
This process utilizes catalytic carbon to rid water of bad taste and odor, heavy metals, sediment, ammonia, chlorine and even extend the life of other water appliances such as washing machines and water softeners. This system was designed with a feature that automatically back flushes the contaminants regularly and allows the media to be reused after flushing. This system works great with others, was created for longevity, and provides you with peace of mind and clean water.
Simply a great system for the removal of iron and sulfur from water supplies where bacteria is present. These accompany water softeners well as they prevent mineral bed fouling while removing the dangerous bacteria and other heavy elements in the water supply. This most commonly is used for well systems and requires no manual flushing due to its ability to regenerate and back flush the chlorine from the system after treatment.
Using ultraviolet light to sterilize your water or air supply ensures the killing of all bacteria even those resistant to chlorine and other water treatment techniques. The use of ultraviolet light is typically used in hospitals and other sterile environments to fight off airborne illness and bacteria. Now this technology can be utilized to treat the air or water in your entire home no matter the size we can tailor a smaller system for those in modest spaces or use a whole house system for larger locations.