Many of us deal with hard water, damaging our appliances and making it difficult to do household cleaning. Luckily, water softeners can help by reducing the mineral content of our water supply. But what if you’re on a well? Well water tends to have higher concentrations of iron and other minerals, plus sediment – and it may require a special filter. best water softener for well water with iron , we’ll help you find the best water softener for well water with iron and other contaminants.
Lanlang could supply you a special strong acid cation exchange resin, it is specially used for iron removal and softening for potable water.
Lanlang ® TC071B Is a strong acid cation exchange resin with sulphonic function group and inert core. It has higher efficiency to remove iron than other conventional cation resins. Its more than 90% function groups are on the surface of the resin beads, this feature make TC071B has excellent kinetic performance and high efficiency of iron desorption.
Iron removal and softening for potable water
Polymer matrix structure:
Macroporous polystyrene crosslinked with divinylbenzene (DVB)
Brown to black, spherical beads
Ionic form as shipped:
Suggested Operating Conditions:
Service flow rate
2.0-2.0BV, 5-7% NaCl
Regeneration flow rate
Back wash flow rate
Rinse flow rate
Harmful of well water with iron
Human bodies require iron to function properly, but iron, like many substances, is toxic at high dosages. However, you could not drink enough water to consume toxic levels of iron.
The Environmental Protection Agency considers iron in well water as a secondary contaminant, which means it does not have a direct impact on health. The Secondary Maximum Contaminant Level set out by the EPA is 0.3 milligrams per liter, but this is merely a guideline and not a federal standard. Typically around 15 mg/L, Idaho’s well water does contain quite high amounts of iron, but the level is still not enough to cause physical harm.
Is iron in well water harmful? Truthfully, it will not affect your health, but it will cause costly damage and other issues.
Damage Caused by Iron in Well Water
Although it won’t harm your health, iron in your water will destroy property and food.
Iron in well water takes its toll on laundry, dishes and water receptacles, such as sinks and tubs. The toll price is red, yellow or brown stains that are difficult – if not impossible – to remove.
When iron travels with water, it sometimes stops for extended stays where it is least wanted. Iron stays put, accumulates and clogs dishwashers, washing machines, sprinklers, wells, water pumps and other similar appliances and accessories. This unwanted visitor causes damage requiring expensive repairs.
Iron in well water affects both beverages and food. It causes the water to taste harshly, metallically offensive, and the taste carries into coffee, tea and other beverages made with iron-laden water. Aside from bad taste, iron adds an unpleasant, inky blackness to beverages. Food, especially vegetables, cooked in well water containing iron turns unappetizingly dark and absorbs the taste of the water.
So it time to choose Lanlang
Lanlang ® TC071B; Food Grade inert core strong acid cation exchange resin
Used for iron removal and softening for potable water
Lanlang, established in 2005, professional supplier of ion exchange resin,including cation resin, anion resin, mixed bed resin, Chelating resin, deionisation resin, demineralization.
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