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
To fix well water that smells bad, use one of the following: Aerate water and/or inject air/oxygen Chlorinate well water to eliminate both sulfur and bacteria Use ozone gas in a closed tank or atmospheric tank Inject hydrogen peroxide Follow aeration, chlorination, ozone, or peroxide injection with activated carbon filtration Many homeowners contact us to … Continue reading How To Fix Well Water That Smells Bad? Simple Actions to Take.
Earlier this week a customer wrote to us asking for a whole house filter and salt-free softener system that also removes chlorine. This is certainly possible, but first, let's explore how no-salt water softeners actually work: Salt-free water conditioners work by producing a catalytic reaction to convert calcium and magnesium in water to form calcite … Continue reading No-Salt Water Softeners For The Whole House And Family
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