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Can I Use My Existing Well Water Chlorinator with Hydrogen Peroxide?

We often receive a question like this:  “I have a liquid chlorine bleach well water chlorinator.  I want to switch to injecting hydrogen peroxide instead.  Can I just clean out my existing chlorine metering pump, and switch to peroxide?” This is a very good question, and the answer is Yes. Hydrogen peroxide (“H2O2”) is becoming … Continue reading Can I Use My Existing Well Water Chlorinator with Hydrogen Peroxide?

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Whole House Chlorine and Chloramine Water Filtration Systems

Are you concerned about Chlorine and Chloramines in your water? Considering whole house chlorine and chloramine water filtration system for your family? These water treatment systems are particularly useful if you are on city water, as chlorine has long been, and the preferred disinfection method is used in municipal treatment systems. There are three primary … Continue reading Whole House Chlorine and Chloramine Water Filtration Systems

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How to Select a Filter Cartridge for Whole House Sediment Removal

Cartridge filters have the advantage of being low cost, easy to install, use no electricity, and generate no wastewater. However, the disadvantages of cartridge filters are that eventually, sediment will plug up the Water Filter Cartridge membrane's pores, cause pressure drop, and result in a loss of water pressure in the home or business. Cartridge … Continue reading How to Select a Filter Cartridge for Whole House Sediment Removal

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Hydrogen Peroxide in Well Water How Much to Inject

Yesterday we were asked a good question in a comment on a blog post from back in March about disinfecting water with hydrogen peroxide.  Erik asked, “What would the recommended dosage of H2O2 be per volume unit of water?” You should generally inject 1.0 ppm of hydrogen peroxide for each part per million of iron … Continue reading Hydrogen Peroxide in Well Water How Much to Inject

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How To Fix Well Water That Smells Bad? Simple Actions to Take.

Many homeowners contact us to find out how to fix well water that smells bad. Water containing hydrogen sulfide gas (“H2S”), has a distinctive "rotten egg" odor, which may be especially noticeable when running hot water. Such water can discolor coffee, tea, and other beverages, and affect the taste of water. It can also change the taste of cooked foods. Hydrogen sulfide (“H2S”) gas is a nuisance that is not usually a health risk at concentrations normally found in household water.

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Point of Use Ozone and How to Use It

Ozonation is a process used for disinfecting water. It is a common water treatment method used to replace chlorination for a variety of different purposes.

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Iron Filters: We Have Crystal Clear Water Again

The system is doing great now. Thanks for all your help! The Chemsorb cleaned up and we have crystal clear water again. Running the Ozone unit on pure oxygen. Running about 12 SCFH now seems to be the most potent flow on pure oxygen.

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James F. is our October Testimonial Raffle Winner!!

Congratulations to James for winning, we hope he enjoys his USA made High-Flow 4 Stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System! If you send in a blurb about what you think and a few pictures of a recent purchase, you can be entered into November’s raffle. Thanks to everyone who entered, we are glad you are … Continue reading James F. is our October Testimonial Raffle Winner!!

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Using PVC for a UV Sterilizer? Think Again!

Here at Clean Water Systems we sell quite a few UV sterilizers.  Recently, one customer wrote to us to ask whether she could use plastic PVC piping in and out of her UV sterilizer. The answer is that yes, you can, but you really should not. UV light will degrade PVC piping over time, causing damage … Continue reading Using PVC for a UV Sterilizer? Think Again!

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Never Fear Manganese with These New Filters from Clean Water Systems

Manganese is a naturally occurring mineral that often accompanies iron as a waterborne contaminant.  It is found in rocks and soil and is a necessary part of a healthy human diet.  While low levels of manganese are harmless – beneficial, in fact – higher levels of manganese contamination and ingestion can cause serious health concerns, … Continue reading Never Fear Manganese with These New Filters from Clean Water Systems

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