Water Treatment Equipment

The main types of water treatment systems we sell and service

All new Water Treatment Equipment we install comes with a One (1) Year Parts and Labor Warranty and a 100% Performance Guarantee! Printable PDF here:  https://www.ifixh2o.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Mr-Water-LLC-Water-Treatment-Warranty.pdf

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Water Softeners for Home or Business

A water softener is an apparatus that removes undesirable ions of calcium hardness, iron, manganese and other positively charged constituents in a water supply by exchanging them for more desirable ions of sodium or potassium in a complex process called ion exchange.

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Acid Water Neutralizers

Acid Water Neutralizers are installed to correct the aggressive nature and corrosive tendency of low pH well water. As acidic well water passes through an acid neutralizer tank the buffering minerals calcite and magnesium oxide dissolve in the water raising the pH to an acceptable level of a 7-8.5 pH.

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Sulfur & Iron Water Treatment Systems

Sulfur Water or Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) is a colorless dissolved gas present in some well water that smells like rotten eggs. Sulphur can be poisonous to humans at high atmospheric concentrations, it can also be flammable, and is corrosive to most metals (can tarnish silverware). Irony well water stains can be very unsightly and troublesome by creating a brown and/or black discoloration of plumbing fixtures and laundry.

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Viqua & Sterilight Ultraviolet Lights

Disinfection by the Ultraviolet Light (UV) Process is a practical and safe means of effectively destroying potentially harmful bacteria and viruses in a water supply. Consisting of a least one 254nm bulb, quartz sleeve, reaction chamber, ballast, and in some systems an intensity monitor and normally closed solenoid valve.

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Reverse Osmosis Systems

First investigated as industrial desalination of seawater using semipermeable membranes at UCLA over 60 years ago, the Reverse Osmosis Process has been scaled down to modify and improve small volumes of water in the home for drinking and cooking purposes. The water is squeezed under household water pressure through a semipermeable membrane and the treated water is stored in a special 2-3 gallon holding tank for use, while the reject water containing the unwanted substances is disposed of down the drain. In most cases a single faucet is installed at the kitchen sink and a line can be run to the ice maker/cold water dispenser on a refrigerator.