In well water, odors are commonly the result of iron and/or sulfur bacteria, or compounds of iron, manganese, and sulfates. For example, hydrogen sulfide gas (“rotten egg odor”) frequently occurs in well water as a result of decaying organic matter and the activity of sulfates and various species of sulfur or iron bacteria. These bacteria … Continue reading Odor in Water
Enclosed are pictures of my water system. I would have to say that purchasing from you (Clean Water Systems) has been a great online experience. I recently purchased a home in NC which has a well. I knew nothing about water systems, so I called several of the local water companies to give me estimates … Continue reading Saved Thousands and Received Great Help
I am impressed with your cheerful staff. I certainly could not have installed this system without their help. I am especially thankful for Gerry Bulfin who has patiently answered my questions even when I did not know what to ask. Rod L. Benton City, WA
With so many water treatment options available, we are often asked what the difference is between the many systems we carry. The answer may be simple, or a bit complicated, depending on the systems in question. Systems are mostly differentiated by their control valves, but other variables like tank style and filter media can also … Continue reading The Difference Between 5600 and 7000 Series Softeners
Today we wanted to shine a light on the new installation guides that we’ve been hard at work on lately. We’ve had customers request easier-to-understand installation guides, so we listened and created some informative, interactive slideshows with clear, succinct directions and a number of handy pictures and diagrams. All of the guides we’ve uploaded to … Continue reading Water Neutralizer
Folks, just keep up the good work, you have your “stuff” together!! As a small group A water system operator/engineer (volunteer position…), I really appreciate your steady customer service and technical help. Brett Hydeman was particularly helpful in sorting out a problem last year (leaking pilot valve for backflush valve) on my sand filter, including … Continue reading “Keep Up the Good Work,” CWS!
Odors in well water are commonly caused by iron and sulfur bacteria. These bacteria thrive on iron and sulfur and create sludgy, foul-smelling waste byproducts like methane and hydrogen sulfide gas. Chlorination is the most common method of eliminating these bacteria, even in large-scale operations like municipal treatment centers. Using a Stenner metering pump will … Continue reading How to Eliminate Rotten Egg Smell Without Chlorine
I install the sediment filter to remove very fine sand from my well water. I only use the water for my geothermal heating and cooling system. It seems to be working perfectly. I installed it five days ago and haven’t seen a problem since. I really appreciate all the help from the clean water store. … Continue reading System Working Perfectly, I Appreciate the Help from CWS