Removing iron from water is the process of converting soluble iron compounds into insoluble ones. Oxygen, supplied to water in the process of pre-aeration, plays a central role in this reaction. Central iron removal filters with aeration effectively deal with high iron concentrations in water systems with non-diaphragm tanks.
A series of central iron removal filters designed for residential use. Available in four capacities, they effectively reduce the level of iron, which is one of the most common contaminants in well water. The filters consist of the failure-free and functional Clack valve as well as a corrosion-resistant medium cylinder. The applied medium is characterized by high efficiency and the highest performance in removing dissolved iron compounds. Ecoperla Ironitower iron removal filters need pre-aeration, and do not require additional chemicals.