Filtering media for water treatment in various processes. Media selected on the basis of a physico-chemical water analysis ensure effective operation of water treatment systems. A type of the applied medium is determined by intended use of the water filter. The offer includes: softening, iron and manganese removal, multifunctional, carbon, sediment and other media.
Softening media which remove dissolved calcium compounds from water, eliminating the problem of limescale in pipes and deposits on fittings. They have a form of special ion exchange resins, which exchange calcium and magnesium salts for sodium ions.
Media intended for iron removal filters. They effectively and economically eliminate iron compounds and can reduce manganese content in water. Depending on a type, the medium requires chemical regeneration or only periodic flush under water stream.
They feature catalytic properties, which effectively reduce unnecessary manganese compounds from water. They also enable partial iron reduction. There are two versions of the media: requiring aeration or not.
Demineralising media are used to produce water of high chemical purity. They can be used directly for demineralisation of raw water or as an additional filtration step after the reverse osmosis system. They enable complete reduction of conductivity.
Combining capabilities of several water treatment solutions, they are intended for removing most contaminants from water in a single filtering system. A carefully selected mixture guarantees high efficiency in the case of moderate concentrations of: iron, manganese, ammonium ion and organic compounds. They also enable reduction of water hardness.
They regulate water pH. Neutral pH reduces heavy metal content in water and eliminates the risk of corrosion. Neutralising media often increase hardness of treated water.
Sediment media filter out all kinds of mechanical contaminants, such as sand, rust and corrosion particles, thus reducing water turbidity. A grain size in the medium ensures low pressure loss during water filtration.
Carbon has very high ability to adsorb chlorine in water, improving its organoleptic qualities. It is recommended for removing a colour, dissolved organic compounds and substances that cause unwanted smell and taste.