How the water filtration works:
The system stores a “bubble” of air, compressed by your well pressure, within the media tank. As your water passes thru the air, the iron or H₂S is converted to a particle which is then trapped by the catalytic filter media in the tank while the air “bubble” is gradually consumed by the passing water.
For regeneration, the unit first “backwashes” itself, removing any iron particles it has trapped. The system then replenishes the “air bubble” by drawing in atmosphere, temporarily emptying the tank of all water and transferring oxygen molecules into and on the surface of the media bed where all oxidation occurs. The system then returns to the “service” position, again filtering your water.
COMMON SIGNS YOU MAY NEED A WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM
Rusty, black or blueish green stains in the toilet, sink or tub, sulfur or "rotten egg" smell or taste, black sediment or growth in the back of the toilet, corrosion in plumbing, fixtures, and appliances that use water. Discoloration in laundry.
If you have iron, manganese, chlorine, hydrogen sulfide, methane and acidity. The solution to these problems is a filtration system. Water treatment professionals know there is more than one way to treat many of these problems and the treatment often depends on more than one factor. At WaterServ we will help you understand your options and design the best Water Filtration System for your particular application and budget.