Iron Filter/Manganese/H2S Filter
Clack Chemical Free Sulphur/Iron Filter
How Does It Work?
In years gone by the solution we had for removing iron, hydrogen sulfide gas and manganese from your well water was to use harsh, expensive chemicals which over time had an adverse effect on the environment. The solution we use today is chemical free and environmentally friendly, instead of adding dangerous chemicals into the soil.
The chemical free Iron Filter puts the water through an oxidation process, which turns the iron and hydrogen sulfide gas into a solid so it can be caught in the media tank. When the media tank is full it is flushed out during the regeneration process somewhere between 3 to 5 days on average.
A pocket of air, which is created by your well pressure, forms in the top part of the media tank. As the water first enters the Iron Filter it passes through the air pocket, oxidizing the iron and H2S turning it into a solid, that is the process to put it simply. Of course it’s a little more complex than that but this gives you a good idea how the filter works.