Well Water Treatment Systems

Sulphur is one of the most common elements found in well water, it is a nuisance in water and can cost you money and frustration.  Sulfur is easily detected by the presence of a “ rotten egg smell ” odor and is sometimes associated with yellow & black staining .
  
Iron staining is a common problem in well water supplied in homes today. Iron staining on fixtures, as well as dingy clothes and sometimes even hair will turn a reddish orange color.  Iron bacteria may be present in water with iron , creating a slimy build up in standing water (such as your toilet tank) and can smell like rotting vegetation
 
All of these problems can be eliminated with the SPWTS SIO Well System.
 
The SPWTS  Well Filter System is a single tank system that is a patented, exclusive, efficient and cost effective system for the removal of iron and sulfur .
 
As the water passes through the SPWTS SIO Well System, iron and sulfur are oxidized and in conclusion trapped in the system eliminating both problems without multiple tanks and chemical pumps; as an added benefit dissolved oxygen is added to the water that maintains clean plumbing and a clean water supply to your house. 
 
The SPWTS SIO Well System will eliminate Hydrogen Sulfide and Iron . A daily backwash will remove accumulated iron and sulfur while replenishing the filter media bed.
 
The SPWTS SIO Well system comes equipped with digital control head that automatically backwashes the system to clean the media and flush everything down the drain.
 
By patented technology that assures, the process is inside one tank, keeping maintenance costs and down time to a minimum, saving you $$$ compared to traditional  well water conditoning  equipment .

Step 1: Find Out What Is In Your Well Water

If you are wondering what contaminants are in my well water , you can start by getting a copy of your well water quality report (called a CCR or consumer confident report) from Florida Deparment of Health. If you are unable to get your report or if you have a private well, you may want to consider having your water independently tested by a certified lab. BE CAREFUL TESTING YOUR WATER ONSITE WITH A DROP KIT IS NOT RELIABLE AND THEY ARE DESIGN AS A SCARE TACTICT. (this tipe of test are not reliable). Need Your Well Water Tested ?  

Step 2: Decide What Contaminants You Want to Reduce

Once you know what contaminants are in your well water, you can better find a treatment solution that is certified to address your water quality concerns . It’s important to understand that not all filters can reduce all contaminants. Based on the well water report or your well water testing results, you can decide what contaminants you want to reduce in your drinking water. 

A number of well water treatment solutions are available. They range from whole-house systems that treat all the water in your home, to filters for specific areas such as the kitchen faucet. Some reduce only one contaminant while others reduce many. Point-of-use (POU) systems treat the water where you drink or use your water, and include  well water conditioning filters and/or reverse osmosis (RO) systems. Reverse osmosis systems are the only NSF certified systems that reduce fluoride and nitrate; and Reverse Osmosis systems are the only ones that are NSF certified to reduce both lead and copper. Whole-house/point-of-entry (POE) systems treat the well water as it enters a residence. They are usually installed near the well water pressurized storage tank. Whole-house treatment systems include UV microbiological systems, water softeners or whole-house filters for taste, odor and particulates.  Custom-designed water conditioning systems for each specific application is the way to go.  All customers have varying needs and water quality expectations. Well water treatment systems should be designed to the customer needs and wants.

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