A good question to ask is how to filter chlorine from water. Chlorination can be a very effective treatment method for bacteria and odors and a good pre-treatment for filtering iron and manganese particles. However, the process can cause users problems in septic tanks, as the chlorine will kill the bacteria in the tank and … Continue reading How to Filter Water After Chlorination
Finally was able to get the system up and running after receiving new pump and noticed the sulfur smell gone in one day. Susan Foley, Palmyra, NY
The system seems to be working well. No more orange toilets!
Hello cleanwater, I received my items I ordered as promised. There was info in each box and a lot of online support as well. The install was basic no hidden challenges, everything was in the boxes. The products were top notch nothing cheap here. I installed a bypass which I never had and also a … Continue reading Products Were Top Notch Nothing Cheap Here
I started out with a ceramic backwash filter for iron and a water softener with tannin resin added. I have been experiencing iron bacteria and a small amount of odor. I added a carbon backwash filter and hydrogen peroxide injection system. The carbon filter is piped between the ceramic filter (#1) and water softener (# … Continue reading My New Wife Is Very Pleased With The Results Of This New Installation!
Hello again, readers! This week we want to devote the Clean Well Water Report to discussing whole house chlorine and chloramine filtration systems. These systems are particularly useful if you are on city water, as chlorine has long been, and still is, the pre-eminent disinfection method used in municipal systems. There are three primary chlorine/chloramine … Continue reading Whole House Water Filter Systems for Chlorine and Chloramines, Part I
While relying on a private well can offer some great advantages – namely, the ability to completely control the quality and composition of your water – most well water users can attest that it comes with its own share of disadvantages as well. Perhaps the biggest trouble with well water stems from the variety of … Continue reading Water Tests
Often customers will ask us if they can chlorinate their water at their house and not at the well head. For example, they may live in a small community where the well water is shared by a group of homes, and the water may be smelly, or contain iron, manganese, or coliform bacteria. For these … Continue reading Easy to Install Flow Sensor Type Chlorinators
A common question we often get is how to install an auto-backwash carbon filter and a water softener. Carbon filters remove chlorine, tastes, odors and sediment and are self cleaning. Carbon backwash filters installed in front of water softeners or no-salt water conditioners make a great combination. The carbon filter is installed prior to the … Continue reading How Do I Install A Carbon Backwash Filter and a Water Softener In Series?