state-of-the-art iron-oxide adsorption particles effectively
remove BOTH types of Arsenic (III & V) from your water
used in both POU and POE filter systems
over a wide range of pH and water quality conditions
media can operate in water quality where an RO system
typically needs pretreatment
chemicals are added to your water (like chlorine)
and it does not need to be regenerated like ion exchange
No arsenic containing wastewater or large volumes of RO
wastewater to discharge into your septic/leach fields.
adsorption particles are easily replaced and are disposable
with your regular household trash as non-hazardous solid
waste (Maine & NH), check local regulations
wasted water down the drain, like in an RO system
arsenic removal performance
adsorption life, up to several years (dependent on Arsenic
concentrations and the household water usage rate, etc.)*
arsenic removal performance guarantees
of adsorption particles is based upon a pre-determined
gallon rating for each particular system (POU or POE)
and the raw water quality, which includes any pretreatment
are similar or less than other systems but our POU requires
very little maintenance, except for the periodic changing
of the filter media/cartridge and it has an equal or better
arsenic removal rate
unit can be installed after existing treatment systems like
sediment filters, softeners or iron filters.
sizes are available, starting around $650, including labor.
Price does not include sales tax, pretreatment or an extra
POU faucet. Iron-oxide adsorption replacement cartridges/exchanges
vary per system but start at $68.
will determine which size POU/POE is right for your situation
based on the arsenic concentration, estimated water usage
and your total water chemistry (arsenic-3, iron, pH, manganese, silica, phosphate etc.)
NEXT STEP? CALL A CERTIFIED WATER SPECIALIST TO BEGIN DISCUSSING YOUR ARSENIC SOLUTION TODAY.
Quality Water Solutions (AQWS)
142 Hacker Road
Brunswick, Maine 04011
Free in Maine: 1-866-835-2797
Winter 207.721.8620/Fax email@example.com
NOTE: For best performance, pre-treatment may be required
if pH, hardness, iron, manganese, sulfates, silica, sulfur,
phosphate, sulfides or suspended solids are outside the
media manufacturer's recommended limits. The performance
guarantee is determined on a site specific basis and depends
on the overall chemistry of the water to be treated.
Pretreatment and additional water testing may be required.