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The Florida Water Analysis Chlorination System is a Chemical Feed System that comes with a Chlorine Pump, solution tank, and a Retention Tank.
A well chlorination system is used to pre-treat for the presence of iron bacteria, sulfur bacteria, and to assist in the oxidization of sulfur, iron, and manganese when at high levels.
When the tap in turned on, the flow switch senses the flow. The chlorine pump will then automatically inject chlorine into the mixing tank from the storage tank through the injection check valve. Once the chlorine is in the mixing tank, it will kill off bacteria, break down organics, and oxidize iron. It also allows for heavy substances to settle to the bottom of the tank. These impurities can then be manually purged from the mixing tank periodically.
|Tank:||35-gallon solution tank|
|Color:||Blue or Natural ( Natural color tank is translucent enough to see the chlorine solution level in the tank from the outside, blue is not )|
|Access Hole:||4″ Diameter, Removable Cap|
|Maximum Operating Pressure:||75 PSI|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||120 F|
Important – Polyglass tanks are designed to withstand pressure but they will collapse if subjected to a vacuum. A vacuum breaker should always be installed to prevent tank damage
|Flow Rate:||30 gallons per day|
|Operating Pressure:||80 PSI|
Florida Water Analysis (herein referred to as FWA) hereby warrants the following components against defect from manufacturing for the lifetime of the original purchaser: the brine tank, treatment tank, and the control valve.
This warranty will be considered void if the following should occur: Collisions or accidents caused by others, improper use or installation, maintenance, or service by a third party or a third-party product, abuse, misuse, modification, or neglect, force of nature: such as a flood, UV damage, chemical fallout, collapse of well, or any natural disasters. Unit(s) must be serviced at least once a year by FWA to keep the warranty intact. (if applicable, filter changes, tune-ups, well maintenance services, UV bulbs, Etc.)