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Softener and Chlorination 101

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Hello William,

Thank you for contacting us through our website.  You wrote:
“Will be putting a chlorination system and softener“

Alright, so by that do you mean you are looking for a recommendation on a specific chlorine injection system and a water softener system? Here's what we offer and recommend as far as what goes into a chlorine and softener combination system:

To thoroughly treat this water, we can recommend using a Precision-24 chlorine injection metering pump, which provides extra strength oxidation for killing bacteria and oxidizing high levels of Iron and manganese (which can be linked with sulfur odors).   Following the point of injection, the chlorine would then feed into a 40-gallon contact Tank to provide enough contact time for the solution to react with the iron, manganese and especially the coliform or e coli bacteria in the water.  Much of the iron and manganese will precipitate out and settle to the bottom of the tank at this point.

Following the large contact tank, the water should pass through a backwashing Greensand iron filter sized for your reported flow rate, which will collect all of the iron and manganese and flush it out automatically to drain.  Finally, you could use an efficient salt-based water softener to eliminate any hardness present in the water.

Precision-24 Chlorinator Package with Solution Tank:  


 Precision-24 Chlorinator Package with Solution Tank:
   
Can be either 110 volt or 220 volt plug; can be hardwired to a pressure switch to come on with a well pump.  Works with well water flow rates from 1 – 50 Gallons per Minute (GPM)

Output rating:  0.1 – 24 Gallons per Day (GPD).  Pressure rating:  Will inject into lines with up to 110 PSI. 

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Additional features:  Degassing Valve is built in which makes this great for chlorination use.  System includes Chlorination Pump, 10 Gallon Solution Tank, Injection Check Valve, tubing and installation fittings.  25 & 35 Gallon tanks also available for additional cost.  
40 Gallon Contact Tank 
40 Gallon Contact Tank

The CT-40 tank is a durable easy-to-install retention tank designed to provide optimum contact time during chemical treatment. These lightweight seamless totally non-corrosive retention tanks are ideal for new and replacement installation where durability is at a premium. 100% non-metallic polymer materials. Impervious to chemical attack.  Comes with  1-1/4 inch inlet. 

2 sizes to choose from, same price  Either 16”Diameter  x 58”Tall or 21” Diameter x 36” Tall
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Excellent Warranty:  5 Years from date of installation.
Vacuum Breaker, ½” mpt.   
Vacuum Breaker, ½” mpt.

Vacuum breaker relief valve Watts 1/2" male 200 PSI maximum.
Required for contact and retention tanks to prevent vacuum in system and avoid imploding vessel.

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Greensand Iron Filter 5900, 1.5 CF Size

Greensand Iron Filter 5900, 1.5 CF Size
Heavy-duty greensand system featuring a very user friendly control valve.  Versatile valve features fully adjustable backwash and rinse cycle and time-tested hydraulically balanced piston assembly provides years of trouble free service!  Backwash rate for this is 5 gpm.
Dimensions: 10” diameter x 61” height with valve
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NOTE:  Greensand media lasts 4 to 5 years, typically.  System backwashes at 5 gallons per minute.
Softener 5900 Series, 48K Size
Softener 5900 Series, 48K Size
          




Includes 1 inch or 3/4 inch pipe connectors; by-pass valve; 1.5 cubic feet of high-grade softener resin; heavy-duty brine tank with salt-grid; and 165 Series NSF Certified digital metered-regeneration control valve.

Specifications and Features: High-grade softening resin for maximum performance. Filter tank is NSF certified: one piece seamless polyester construction for long life. Max pressure recommended is 100 psi.



10” x 48” TankClick here for more details.
Please let me know if you have any questions regarding these recommendations.  This is just one way of going about it, but really there are other alternative methods of treatment worth looking into if you would like to discuss other options.  I should point out that we offer multi-system discounts depending on the order total, so please let us know if you would like to take advantage of that. 
Please also check out the diagram below for more details.



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