Filtration

Intec Mix Bed Filter, Point-of-Entry

Our whole house point-of-entry (POE) standard filtration systems utilizes a proprietary blend of media that can remove iron, manganese, hydrogen sulfide, and many chemicals including chlorine, chloramines, and trihalomethanes.

Unlike water softeners, filtration does not utilize a brine solution and will not add salt into your water line.

Our 13″ x 54″ tank with standard media blend has successfully removed 12 ppm of iron. Other solutions are also available. Optimal pH range is between 6.5 – 9.0. Low pH levels may require pH modification for effective iron removal.

Key Benefits

  • Electronic valve with automatic backwash cycle.
  • Does not utilize a brine solution like a softener.
  • Bypass plumbing included.

Dechlorination Systems (Chlorine, Chloromines, Trihalomethane Removal)

 

Description SKU #
9″ x 48″ 10 gpm* WS10948GCC
10″ x 54″ 14 gpm* WS11054GCC
13″ x 54″ 16 gpm* WS11354GCC

*16 gpm maximum flow rate. Effective flow rate shown above.

 

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Standard Media Blend Pricing – Private Wells

 

Description SKU #
9″ x 48″ 6 gpm* WS10948GPC
10″ x 54″ 8 gpm* WS11054GPC
13″ x 54″ 10 gpm* WS11354GPC

*16 gpm maximum flow rate. Effective flow rate shown above.

 

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Extreme Iron w/ Air Injector and Degas Tank Pricing – Private Wells

 

Description SKU #
9″ x 48″ 5 gpm* w/ Degas Tank WS10948GBX
10″ x 54″ 7 gpm* w/ Degas Tank WS11054GBX
13″ x 54″ 9 gpm* w/ Degas Tank WS11354GBX

*16 gpm maximum flow rate. Effective flow rate shown above.

Provide Intec with a water analysis or we can test your water in our in-house laboratory. Intec will customize a mix bed filtration system according to your water treatment needs. These systems can be designed to meet almost any flow requirements. Intec will assist you in specifying a size and media content that will work best for your specific water treatment need.

For custom filtration (lead, perchlorate, mercury, etc:) please contact Intec. Please contact Intec directly for Ultra Filtration information.

 

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