Whole House Water Treatment | Specialty Systems
Anion And Mixed Bed Systems
Anion and Mixed bed systems are similar to water softeners and in some cases are water softeners. Theses medias utilize the ion exchange process to remove harmful and undesirable contaminants like the ones listed below. These systems are great because they are self-regenerating and do not require potentially costly and frequent media change-outs.
Absorption media systems are designed to do just that, absorb the contaminants that are found in water. There are many types of absorption medias and applications, some of these systems are used in the treatment of:
PIONEER™ successfully removes PFOA and PFOS chemicals and is installed where the water line enters your home, business or restaurant. This system has been tested and third-party certified as required in the NSF/ANSI P473 standard for PFOA/PFOS, along with NSF/ANSI 53 standard for the reduction of lead and cyst.
Carbon is an excellent filtration media. It comes in multiple forms and is utilized for the removal of numerous contaminants like sulfur, chlorine, and PFOA/PFOS to name a few. Carbon is used in filter cartridges of all shapes in sizes and as a stand alone media in backwashing and aeration filters.
VIQUA Ultraviolet Systems
The VIQUA family of high-quality, point-of-entry UV systems has a product to meet your needs. With flow rates up to 18 GPM, some of these systems are also suitable for light commercial applications.
With configurations that add sensor technology or integral pre-filtration, there’s a UV system in VIQUA’s HOME family that is ideally suited to your needs.
Stenner Solution Feed Systems
Stenner Solution Feed systems are positive displacement peristaltic pumps, these pumps are self-priming which alleviates the headache of priming and the possibility of the pump becoming air-bound if the solution feed tank is emptied during operation. Solution feed systems can vary from chlorine injection, soda ash for low pH to Rid-O-Rust irrigation systems for high iron staining prevention on landscapes and driveways.