Nitrate Water Filters

Nitrate water filters are necessary because nitrate levels above 10 ppm can certainly be harmful to humans. In some areas water with high nitrate levels are restricted for pregnant women, as there is a risk of blue babies disease. The good news is that nitrates are easily removed and controlled, and are normally inexpensive to buy.

You can either add a nitrate filter to just your drinking water at a very nominal cost. Or you can add a whole house nitrate filter to remove nitrates in the entire building. And while that may sound like it would be very expensive, it really is not. You can read more about nitrate filters and their cost on this page: https://waterfiltersofamerica.com/nitrate-filters/

Nitrate Cartridge Filter for Drinking Water

How do I figure out what Iron Filter I need for my well water?

How Do I Figure Out What Iron Filter I need for my Well Water?

It’s easy to figure out what type of filter you need. It only takes a few minutes around the house to gather the correct information. Don’t worry. Iron is usually very easy and inexpensive to correct.

In order for us to help you properly we would need you to gather the information requested under items 7, 16 and 17 on this page:

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It should only take a few minutes around the house to get us what we need. Once you have that information, please contact us again and we can tell you EXACTLY what you need and EXACTLY what it will cost. And you can be SURE it will work. Most people are pleasantly surprised how low priced our solutions are. Any company that doesn’t insist on this information is not doing it correctly or they are likely selling marginal products. You simply must have this information to do it correctly, and have it work correctly, right from the start.

Please don’t hesitate to give us a quick call to discuss your issues. Keep in mind our technicians are not allowed to ask you to buy anything or pressure you in ANY way. They just answer your questions and give you great advice. We are the online leader for water treatment worldwide. We set the standard for all others to follow.

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What is the difference between red water rust and clear water rust?

Ferrous ironFerrous iron is often referred to as clearwater iron or rust. …Ferric iron is called red water iron or rust because it gives the water a cloudy reddish/orange appearance. Ferric iron is rust and is the result of oxidizing ferrous iron. This form of iron can be filtered.

Both can be removed by one back washing iron filter called a Terminox® Iron, Sulfur and Manganese filter. This back washing iron filter requires no Salt, chemicals or maintenance of any kind.

You can see it here: Terminox® Iron, Sulfur and Manganese Filter

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What is the difference between red water iron and clear water iron?

Ferrous ironFerrous iron is often referred to as clearwater iron. …Ferric iron is called red water iron because it gives the water a cloudy reddish/orange appearance. Ferric iron is rust and is the result of oxidizing ferrous iron. This form of iron can be filtered.

Both can be removed by one back washing iron filter called a Terminox® Iron, Sulfur and Manganese filter. This back washing iron filter requires no Salt, chemicals or maintenance of any kind.

You can see it here: Terminox® Iron, Sulfur and Manganese Filter

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What is the difference between ferric iron and ferrous iron?

Ferrous ironFerrous iron is often referred to as clearwater iron. …Ferric iron is called red water iron because it gives the water a cloudy reddish/orange appearance. Ferric iron is rust and is the result of oxidizing ferrous iron. This form of iron can be filtered.

Both can be removed by one back washing iron filter called a Terminox® Iron, Sulfur and Manganese filter. This back washing iron filter requires no Salt, chemicals or maintenance of any kind.

You can see it here: Terminox® Iron, Sulfur and Manganese Filter

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Do sediment filters remove iron?

Do sediment filters remove iron?

The answer would be yes and no. Sediment filters generally Will remove red water iron. But Clearwater iron will go right through them.

Red water iron is iron that has been oxidized and presents itself in a sediment form. If you hold up a glass of red water iron, you can actually see the color of iron in the glass. Clear water iron is iron that is dissolved into the water and has not yet been oxidized. There is still just as much iron in the water. But if you hold up a glass of clear water iron, the water appears to be clear. There are a number of things that can oxidize clear water iron including air and chlorine.

Please keep in mind that you will usually find both types of iron together. Even if you think that you have only clear water iron, you will likely have a certain amount of red water iron as well. And the opposite is true. This is why you should be very wary of any company that would use only a sediment filter to remove iron. You should also keep in mind that you should never ever use a water softener to remove iron. You should be very careful when dealing with companies that use this tactic. It is your first sign that they do not have your best interest in mind.

How do I remove both types of iron?

The best way to remove both types of iron, would be to use an iron filter that both oxidizes and filters at the same time. And while we carry a number of different filters that can do this. The very best filter we sell for removing both clear water iron and red water iron his our Terminox® iron, sulfur and manganese filter. The reason this is our most popular filter is that it requires no Salt, no chemical for maintenance of any kind. You can see them here: Terminox®

Note:

Ferrous ironFerrous iron is often referred to as clearwater iron. … Ferric iron is called red water iron because it gives the water a cloudy reddish/orange appearance. Ferric iron is rust and is the result of oxidizing ferrous iron. This form of iron can be filtered.

Thank you

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