Hydrogen Peroxide Well Water System J-PRO-22 110V - 230V

Hydrogen Peroxide Well Water System J-PRO-22 110V - 230V
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Code: MP001490

$549.00 $799.00 List Price

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Hydrogen Peroxide Injection System for Well Water 110V - 220V

  • Remove odors and oxidize iron with hydrogen peroxide with no chlorine or chemical residuals!
  • Adds natural oxygen. No chlorine or chemical residuals
  • Works over a wide range of water flow rates for most home water wells
  • Good for well water flow rates from 1 to 50 Gallons Per Minute (1 - 50 GPM)
  • Works for line pressures up to 100 PSI
  • Dual Voltage: works on both 110v or 220v
  • Low Power Consumption:  Only uses 22 watts or 0.2 amps of power
  • Metering pump can deliver up from 0.5 to 22 gallons of solution per day and is fully adjustable to get just the right peroxide residual that is needed.
  • De-gassing vent built-in makes the pump great for peroxide OR chlorination use.
  • Unlike Stenner-style peristaltic pumps: no pump tube failures, no rollers to go bad, needs less service, and good for continuous duty

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Hydrogen Peroxide Injection System for Well Water 110V - 220V

  • Remove odors and oxidize iron with hydrogen peroxide with no chlorine or chemical residuals!
  • Adds natural oxygen. No chlorine or chemical residuals
  • Works over a wide range of water flow rates for most home water wells
  • Good for well water flow rates from 1 to 50 Gallons Per Minute (1 - 50 GPM)
  • Pumps 0.1 to 22 gallons of solution per day
  • Works for line pressures up to 100 PSI
  • Dual Voltage: works on both 110v or 220v
  • Low Power Consumption:  Only uses 22 watts or 0.2 amps of power
  • Metering pump can deliver up from 0.5 to 22 gallons of solution per day and is fully adjustable to get just the right peroxide residual that is needed.
  • Dimensions: 10 gallon model: 14.5" wide x 24.5" height including pump.
  • Dimensions: 35 gallon model: 18" wide x 37" height including pump.
  • Stroke frequency up to 100 strokes per minute
  • De-gassing vent built-in makes the pump great for peroxide OR chlorination use.
  • Unlike Stenner-style peristaltic pumps: no pump tube failures, no rollers to go bad, needs less service, and good for continuous duty
  • These heavy-duty metering pumps systems are designed to last for many years with minimal maintenance.
  • Pump easily mounts on the top of the tank or a wall
  • Primes super fast, and won't lose its prime.
  • Complete system includes peroxide pump, solution tank, injection check valve, tubing, fittings
  • Easy and fast to install! Install so it turns on and off with well pump, OR use optional flow switch for plug and play operation.
  • Works great with a Catalytic Carbon Whole House Backwash Filter. Remove tastes odors and any residual peroxide with a Catalytic Carbon Backwash Filter!

What is included?

  • J-PRO-22 Peroxide Injection Pump 
  • 15 or 35 gallon heavy-duty polyethylene solution tank (we recommend 15 gallon tank for most)
  • Tubing and fittings to connect pump to injection check valve and solution tank
  • 1 Injection Check valve 1/2" male pipe thread
  • Suction tubing and foot valve to connect solution tank to pump
  • Degassing / Priming valve to make it easy to prime pump
  • Easy to read Manual

What size solution tank should I order?

  • We recommend the 15 gallon tank. 
  • There is usually no home well water application where the 35 gallon tank is needed.
  • Most of our customers use 2 - 4 gallons of diluted peroxide solution per month
  • There is no advantage to using a larger solution tank in most cases unless you have a commercial application.
  • Mix up enough fresh peroxide solution to last for 3 months as peroxide can lose its strength over time.

What type of peroxide should I ese?

  • We recommend using NSF Certified Hydrogen Peroxide 7%
  • For most applications the 7% is further diluted (easy instructions in guide)
  • Most of our customers use 1 -2 gallons of 7% peroxide per month depending on water chemistry and water usage
  • Our 7% peroxide stores for up to 8 to 12 months in cool dark dry location.

Specifications

  • Good for well water flow rates from 1 to 50 Gallons Per Minute (1 - 50 GPM)
  • Pumps 0.1 to 22 gallons of solution per day
  • Dual Voltage: works on both 110v or 220v
  • Low Power Consumption:  Only uses 22 watts or 0.2 amps of power
  • Metering pump can deliver up from 0.5 to 22 gallons of solution per day and is fully adjustable to get just the right peroxide residual that is needed.
  • Works for line pressures up to 100 PSI
  • Dimensions: 10 gallon model: 14.5" wide x 24.5" height including pump.
  • Dimensions: 35 gallon model: 18" wide x 37" height including pump.
  • Stroke frequency up to 100 strokes per minute
  • Pump easily mounts on the top of the tank or a wall
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3 Ways To Set Up Your Peroxide System Turn On Automatically:

Detailed printed installation instructions are included with each order. 

Option 1: WIRE TO WELL PUMP PRESSURE SWITCH

Wire to your well's pressure switch. This is the lowest cost method. Simply install a dedicated wall outler, that is wired in to the existing pressure switch and powered up whenever the well pump turns on (and off)


 

Option 2: PRE-WIRED FLOW SWITCH

Install a flow switch. This makes it fast and easy. No electrical wiring to do and any plumber, or person familiar with basic plumbing can install the chlorinator. No electrician required or electrical wiring to do.


Simply install the pre-wired flow switch. Plug the flow switch into a standard 120v wall outlet. Then, plug the peroxide pump into the electrical outlet on the flow switch. Whenever there is flow, the metering pump will then turn on.


 

Option 3: PROPORTIONAL-FEED FLOW METER TYPE

Note - this is a different product, See the Proportional Peroxide System here.


This type uses a proportional-fee type of installation. This is also very easy to set up and requires no electrical wiring or electrician to install the system. A flow meter is installed which tursn on and off the chlorinator pump based on the flow of water.


As soon as there is flow of water through the meter, the chlorinator pump will pump faster or slower based on the amount of water flowing through the flow meter


Simply install the flow meter and connect the cable to the chlorinator pump. Plug the chlorinator pump into a standard 120V wall outlet. When the water flows, the pump will pump more or less chlorine based on how fast the water is flowing.


NOTE: Unlike Option 1 and Option 2, there is no need ot install the injection check valve before your pressure tank. With the proportional-feed type of installation, the injection check valve can be installed AFTER the pressure if desired.


 

Manufacturer: CWS

Manufacturer #: MP001490

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