Media which regulate water pH. Thanks to them, we can obtain neutral pH, which, significantly reducing water corrosive properties and decreasing the amount of heavy metals, has a positive effect on maintenance of a water installation. The use of neutralising media may lead to significant increase in treated water hardness. The neutralising media have long operating life, while maintaining high efficiency.
A natural imerys (calcite) medium is used to neutralise acidic or alkaline water. Thanks to its properties, the medium increases or corrects water pH, significantly reducing the risk of corrosion within the water system. It is characterised by long operating life: if properly used, it retains its properties for many years. The Imerys medium does not require additional regenerants: it is washed with aerated water. Using the product for water deacidification is associated with the risk of water hardness increase.
Corosex medium is a processed magnesium compound for raising a pH level in water installations. The medium reacts with carbon dioxide, neutralising water pH and reducing the risk of corrosion. The medium is suitable for installations with high capacity. It enables reaching high pH, which is a prerequisite for other water treatment processes, e.g. iron and manganese removal. It is also used in the case of water from a well intake. Corosex is characterised by long operating life, while maintaining high efficiency.
Dolomite media intended for treatment of soft or acidic water. They correct pH and neutralise water corrosivity. The dolomite media are often used for surface water treatment through coagulation. They can reduce the level of manganese compounds and remove small exceedances of iron. The dolomite media are characterised by slight solubility during the water treatment process and therefore need to be exchanged or refilled after certain time.