1/29/2018 – Questions Answered

Q.  “After testing our well water it is showing Nitrate-N at 11.62. The County limit is 10. What type of filter would you suggest?“ A.  I would recommend a reverse osmosis drinking water system, like this:  https://www.uswatersystems.com/aquapurion-plus-5-stage-reverse-osmosis-system.html  Q.  Can the Pulsar Intercepter pre-filter + Pulsar Disruptor sub-micron filter work together as a standalone system? A.  They can, but the water should be pretty clean (Free of iron, sulfur and manganese along with…

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Should I get my water tested?

No, you should never get your water tested – you might find out that something in there is bad for you or you might learn how to treat it properly and who wants to do that?  What are you – Crazy?  Treating your water should be hit and miss proposition.  What good is it to do it scientifically and get it right?  Just mess around with it… try this… try…

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A Real Case Study: Aquasana Rhino Salt-Free Softener

Recently, a prospective customer walked into our US WATER SYSTEMS World Headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana and said that they had some horrible water problems that they were not able to solve. They proceeded to explain that about six months earlier they had installed the Aquasana Rhino Well Water System and that it seemed to work well for a few months, but then the water comning out of it was worse…

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Questions and Answers

Q.  I have iron bacteria and my well company gave me a backwashing carbon and some other white media that goes on the bottom is that going to eliminate my problem? A.  Based upon what you have told me, I would say there are two chances:  Slim and None!  Before you do anything, do this first: https://www.uswatersystems.com/us-water-lab-water-test.html  _______________________________________________________ Q.  We have professionally installed ecco water softener ph system in our…

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Removing Microplastics From Your Tap Water

A few Months ago, Time Magazine reported that “Plastic Fibers Are Found in 83% of the World’s Tap Water”.  It has even been repoted in some bottled water.  Everyone is worried about what it might do to humans and animals with prolonged exposure, but no one knows the consequences yet.  So, if you believe what you can’t see can’t hurt you, then you cdan skip the rest of this blog.  However,…

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Still the Absolute Best Method to Remove Iron and Sulfur

For over 20 years, I have been involved in pioneering the technology of using hydrogen peroxide for the eradication of iron and sulfur and for the record, I still believe it is the best technology for doing that.  There are many people who still use chlorination for this purpose.  Chlorination is simply the process of adding chlorine to water. This method is used to kill certain bacteria and other microbes in tap water…

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Come Grow With Us – Join the US Water Team

At US Water Systems, we promote from within whenever possible.  For example, one of our best salepeople was working in the warehouse this time last year.  We gave him an opportunity and he has seized it.  Occassionally however, we need to hire people who have previous water treatment experience, which is the purpose of this post. We currently have openings in the following areas: Technical Support – Must have a…

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Iron Pro 2

Question: We have an Iron Pro 2 combination water softener, iron filter Fleck 5600 SXT for the whole house.  We have had it almost 6 months.  We still cannot get it to remove  the iron from the water.  We keep adjusting higher and it is still not taking the iron out.  All my appliances , showers, sinks nn and  washer are still turning orange from the iron.  Please contact as…

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Pelican Water is Attempting to Change Our Understanding of the English Language

If you Google “Hard Water” you will find that it is “water that contains an appreciable quantity of dissolved minerals (like calcium and magnesium). Soft water… is treated water in which the only ion is sodium.”  One dictionary says that soft water is “Water containing little or no dissolved salts of calcium or magnesium, especially water containing less than about 85 parts per million of calcium carbonate.”  Wikipedia says this: “In the UK, water is…

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How Do You Treat Acid Water?

You might have acid water if your copper plumbing looks green and corroded, if you sometimes have “pinhole” leaks in your copper plumbing or if you see greenish-blue stains on sinks, faucets, fixtures, or inside your toilet tanks. Any or all of these issues can indicate that you have acid water. Water with a pH of 7.0 is considered to be neutral.  If the pH is above 7.0, the water…

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