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When To Use a Sediment Backwash Filter To Remove Sediment From Well Water

Sediment backwash filters work by removing sediment from water and then automatically backwash the sediment out. Sediment backwash filters are able to filter down to 5 microns without the need to change filter cartridges and work great for removing fine particles, dirt, and rust. Compared to filter sand and other filter media, you can get … Continue reading When To Use a Sediment Backwash Filter To Remove Sediment From Well Water

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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 waste water. However, the disadvantages of cartridge filters are that eventually sediment will plug up the pores of the cartridge membrane, cause pressure drop and result in a loss of water pressure in the home or business. … Continue reading How to Select a Filter Cartridge for Whole House Sediment Removal

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When To Use a Spindown Filter for Well Water

If your filter cartridge is getting clogged way too fast, then it is time to consider using a spin down filter. Why should you consider using a Spindown Filter instead of a filter cartridge? Most of our backwash filter systems (like the iron filters, sediment backwash filters, or calcite neutralizers) do remove quite a lot … Continue reading When To Use a Spindown Filter for Well Water

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How To Remove Sand From Well Water With a Centrifugal Sand Separator

Diving deeper into our focus on well water treatment systems for removing sand and sediment, we will now examine the benefits of centrifugal sand separators: In a centrifugal sand separator, the water rushes through the device and the centrifugal forces sling large particles, sand, debris, and sludge outward to the separator wall and downward in … Continue reading How To Remove Sand From Well Water With a Centrifugal Sand Separator

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Removing Sand And Sediment From Well Water And The Four Most Effective Systems

This week on our blog we will be focusing on well water treatment systems for removing sand and sediment as it can often be a significant issue for property owners. Sand and sediment in well water is often a serious problem for many people using well water and will cause rapid deterioration of fixtures as … Continue reading Removing Sand And Sediment From Well Water And The Four Most Effective Systems

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Amazing ways to remove well water sediment using Lakos Sandmaster

While sand is not something you should expect to see from a modern, properly constructed well, we still have many customers write to us with questions about sand and sediment in their water. Effects of Sand and Sediment in Well Water Once sand and sediment do get into a well, they can wreak havoc on … Continue reading Amazing ways to remove well water sediment using Lakos Sandmaster

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Lakos Sandmaster Removes Sediment and Sand from Well Water

While sand is not something you should expect to see from a modern, properly constructed well, we still have many customers write to us with questions about sand and sediment in their water. The problem is that once sand and sediment do get into a well, they can wreak havoc on pipes and appliances.  Since … Continue reading Lakos Sandmaster Removes Sediment and Sand from Well Water

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Posted on By Gerry Bulfin

No more sand residue in the bottom of the tub. The flow rate is great with your system.

I have a 1Hp submersible pump, rated at 15 gpm, at least that’s what I get at my unfiltered spigot about 100′ from the well. 4″ PVC well 180′ deep. Water level at 30′ and pump hanging at 60′. I live in Keystone Heights, Fl. Nothing but sand. I was experiencing lots of fine sand. … Continue reading No more sand residue in the bottom of the tub. The flow rate is great with your system.

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What To Do When Your Water Well Begins To Pump Sand Or Grit

There can be many causes for the sudden appearance of sand in your water well. It is usually best to seek advice from a well driller or pump contractor to determine the source or cause. If the sand or grit has been occurring for a long time it may need to be filtered or removed … Continue reading What To Do When Your Water Well Begins To Pump Sand Or Grit

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