This is the third article, and the most important part, in a series on "How To Remove Iron Manganese & Odor From Your Well Water". Step 1 talks about identifying the source of water contaminants iron, manganese, and odor. Step 2 teaches you what to test your well water for, how to do a quick physical inspection, how to pinpoint the source of well water problem/s and the steps to follow in removing these water contaminants, particularly iron, manganese, and odor. Learn the step by step procedure in this DIY article. https:/cleanwaterstore.com/blog/remove-iron-mang…ell-water-step-3/
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Top Eight Reasons to Use the Scale-Stopper Salt Free Water Conditioner
Using A Scale-Stoper Salt Free Water Conditioner is The Green Alternative – No salt used as in traditional water softeners – No energy used, no power required. – No waste water, unlike regular water softeners, there is no wasted water – Prevents scale and hardness minerals from ruining pipes – Protects water heaters and appliances – … Continue reading Top Eight Reasons to Use the Scale-Stopper Salt Free Water Conditioner
Pleased With Everything & Feel We Made the Correct Choice
We were away on vacation for two weeks, just installed filter on line about one week ago. Filter seems to be working as told it would work , pleased with everything and feel that we made the correct choice. THANK YOU! Donald
Chemical-free Odor Treatment with AIR Charger Iron Filters
Well water often has iron, manganese, sulfur odors and sediment. These are the most common problems we hear about from well owners. A powerful and effective method for treating well water is chlorination combined with oxidizing iron filtration, but many folks don't want to use chlorine. Even though our chlorinator systems often include a carbon component to … Continue reading Chemical-free Odor Treatment with AIR Charger Iron Filters
Should the Iron Filter be placed before or after Pressure Tank?
Re Proper placement of iron filter In a water treatment system, the order of the individual systems often is very important to maximize the effectiveness of the whole system's well water treatment. At Clean Water Systems, our Water Specialists receive a lot of questions regarding advice on this issue.
Where Should an Iron Filter Be Placed: Before or After the Well Pressure Tank?
In a water treatment system, the order of the individual systems often is very important to maximize the effectiveness of the whole system's well water treatment. At Clean Water Systems, our Water Specialists receive a lot of questions regarding advice on this issue.
It Is Very Nice To Have Water That No Longer Smells Or Stains Our Fixtures
Hi, So far, PRO-OX iron filter is working great! It is very nice to have water that no longer smells or stains our fixtures. Thanks, Jo Janssens Medina, MN
I Will Heartily Endorse This Business To Others
Absolutely top notch customer support by Damien , Sergio and Scott. Had to work thru a few issues but these gents made it happen. Could not have done this without them. I will heartily endorse this business to others. Thx very much!! – Doug Randlett Purcellville, VA
I Cannot Thank You Folks Enough For All The Help With Selection, Installation, and Programming This Filter!
The new filter has been installed for about two weeks and all seems to be well. I wound up doing a total repipe and installed a new pump and water heater as well. Water enters the pump, lower right , from the cistern through a checkvalve and exits straight up at system pressure. The piping … Continue reading I Cannot Thank You Folks Enough For All The Help With Selection, Installation, and Programming This Filter!
Thanks For Helping Me Get What I Needed To Remove My Iron Problem
Thanks for helping me get what I needed to remove my iron problem in Missoula, Mt. – Gordon Hals Missoula , Mt.