Iron is a common water contaminant. Iron removal can be difficult because it may change its valence state from the water-soluble ferrous state (Fe2+) to the insoluble Ferric state (Fe3+). This happens when oxygen or an oxidizing agent is introduced, leading to a rusty (red-brown) appearance in water. This change can occur when deep well water is pumped into a distribution system where it adsorbs oxygen. Ferric iron has to be removed before it destroys valves, piping, other water treatment equipment and water-using devices. Our Iron removal media is extremely effective in its applications.
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