Iron removal

Iron removal is a treatment of water which can be broken down into three phases: (1) oxidation of iron present in water in soluble form (either in contact with catalyst products or by incorporation of compressed air) ; (2) filtration of the iron oxides formed (the water is thus de-ironed) ; then (3) washing the filter through automatic programming.

This technique helps prevent deposits that clog pipes, block solenoid valves and make disinfection difficult.

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