Remove Iron from Well Water
Do You Have Iron in Your Water?
This page describes the iron water filter I use to remove iron from well water
Sweetwater's Iron Removal Systems
Remove Iron, Remove Manganese, Raise pH
Call me before you use any chemical treatments to remove iron from well water!
My iron removal systems use all natural processes to remove iron from well water and also remove manganese, hydrogen sulfide odors, and raise pH. In order to correctly prescribe the iron water filter, I will need to know how much iron is in your water as well as several other factors that affect the water treatment chemistry. If you have iron in water but don't know how much, we'll use a water test to determine the levels of iron in water and then use my all natural system to remove iron from water.
I have different size systems depending on the number of people in your home and the complexity of your water issues. Iron in water is often accompanied by manganese, low pH, and hydrogen sulfide odors. I try not to use chemicals to remove iron from well water. My natural system to remove iron from water relies on air to oxidize the iron into rust and then a backwashing filter that will raise pH and remove the oxidized iron and remove manganese up to two ppm. The filter media consists entirely of natural materials.
You may request my product specifications and pricing here: Send information on your iron system. This is the base system and additional treatment may be required depending on the severity of your problem or if you have severe levels of hydrogen sulfide odors.
It's best if you just call me, either to discuss sizing and pricing if you know what levels of iron exist in your water or to order a suitable water test. If you'd like to remove iron from water, be sure to inquire about the natural methods used by my iron water filter to remove iron from well water.
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What's in YOUR Water?
James P McMahon