Taste and Odor Treatments

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  1. Should I install a Carbon Filter in my home and which one should I get? If your water supply contains enough chlorination from your municipality and you are concerned with the levels either from a safety or odor standpoint then we can supply you with the best filtration option for your needs. We carry inline carbon filters that can simply be changed a couple of ...
  2. Taste and Odor in Water The most common method is the use of the adsorption process in home and business treatment for the reduction and removal of taste and odor causing substances in water. Certain compounds and organisms in water, while they have no bearing on the hygienic safety of a home water supply, are, ...
  3. Other Dechlorination Methods Another medium that is now being used successfully for dechlorination is the high-pure dissimilar metal (copper-zinc) alloy medium (sold under the trade name KDF -55). This unique product is used either in replaceable cartridge form or in loose medium bed, type units. It is also employed in ...
  4. Taste and Odor Removal with Activated Carbons Activated carbon is perhaps the most widely used and most versatile product in both water and wastewater treatments. In either granular, powdered, or block form, it can always do some good and adds nothing detrimental to the water quality. Because of their multifunctional nature, activated ...
  5. Taste and Odor Removal A fairly common characteristic of water delivered from public/municipal utility system is its "chlorine condition. This "off” taste is more apparent in treated surface water sources, as higher levels of disinfection are needed because of high organic content. These higher levels of ...

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