Removing iron and/or manganese from water supplies can be accomplished by a variety of means, depending on the amount of material to be removed, whether both iron and manganese are present.
Iron and manganese in groundwater supplies are typically present as dissolved substances. As the water is exposed to atmosphere, some of the iron and manganese are oxidized and become suspended solids. Simple exposure to atmosphere, however, is not generally sufficient to achieve effective removal.
Iron removal filters are primarily used to remove iron impurity from utilities and drinking water.
Made with FRP / Composite Structural Pressure Vessels
Automatic Fleck filtration valves
All Major equipments like pressure vessels, valves manufactured in house
Fraction of the cost of competitive iron treatment systems
Easy to replace cartridge - no media regeneration required!
NO backwashing required!
Effective over a wide pH range
Also treats manganese and hydrogen sulfide (rotten egg smell)
Does not add harmful bi-products to your drinking water
Prevents staining of laundry and plumbing system
Relatively long filter life - cost effective long-term operation
Injecting an oxidizing agent into the water (such as sodium hypochlorite and/or potassium permanganate)
Aerating the water, followed by detention in a holding tank.
Removal of Iron impurities from utilities and drinking water applications for buildings and light industrial applications
Pretreatement to other water treatement plants