Rain and well water
How well and groundwater treatment works
The first step when treating well and groundwater is a water analysis, preferably by an accredited laboratory. This analysis will show which elements are present in the water pumped up. This often is limescale (calcium and magnesium) and iron.
It is important that the quality of the pumped water is more or less constant. Here is where the depth of the drilled well plays a role. The rule of thumb is that a well of at least 15 meters deep offers a water quality which is sufficiently constant to be successfully treated. We can even offer our customers worldwide the desalination of water to produce drinking water.
Our solutions for groundwater treatment
The two main factors that determine which processes can be used are the following:
The presence of calcium. If the water must be softened, we always use a solution with resins. For domestic use and small enterprises, the 4-in-1 filter is ideal.
The pH value. If softening is not required and the pH value is sufficiently high, classic deferrisation can be used. If the pH value is too low, we do use a solution with resins.
There are other factors which have an influence on the choice of processes, such as the presence of manganese or ammonium, or also nitrates and nitrites. Our specialists always know how to resolve these things, and will always offer you the best solution for your circumstances.
Do you wish to have more information or a tailor-made offer? Are you looking for a solution for a domestic or professional environment or do you have specific requirements regarding the water quality? Then please contact us by means of the contact form.