We supply many medias to the trade for filling water treatment systems. Medias include iron and manganese reduction medias, sediment reduction medias, pH media, carbons, arsenic reduction medias, salt and many more.
Iron & Manganese Reduction Media
There are two ways of removing iron and manganese: iron oxidation with Birm/Filox/Aquamandix if the pH is over 7 (iron), 8 (manganese) or ion exchange (less pH dependant) with Crystal Right.
Sand, Gravel (& other sediment reduction media)
Carbon (Activated )
Granular Activated (GAC) filters are an excellent choice for removal of chlorine , taste and odour , and or organics(colour) in water.
0905010002 Organasorb 9 coconut
0905079516 207C coconut (dechlorination)
0905070006 centaur carbon (catalytic, H2S reduction)
0905000002 natural carbon (metals/colour)
The legal limit for drinking water is pH 6.5 to 9. Below 7 the water is mildly acidic and can cause corrosion. Adding pH media to the water can increase the pH
0904015907 Juraperle (CaCO3) medium strength
0904026126 Corosex (MgO) strong strength
Arsenic Reduction Media
Arsenic is found in water in many parts of Ireland. The legal limit is 10ug/l. The arsenic can be removed with a specially formulated filter media called Bayoxide. The media is the same media used by many Irish municipal water companies and is Regulation 31 listed.
0900011353 Bayoxide (arsenic removal)