When people think about water disinfection, chlorine is the first water treatment method that comes to mind. Chlorine has been used very successfully to disinfect water at the municipal level for many years, and it's still the best type of water treatment for specific types of water problems.
A well chlorination system is often used to pre-treat for the presence of iron bacteria, sulfur bacteria, and to assist in the oxidization of sulfur, iron, and manganese at high levels. Chlorination systems are also used to helps oxidize tannins.
Chlorine treatment is still the best disinfection solution for some homeowners. This is particularly true for those homeowners who have serious water contamination problems. Chlorine is also quite effective at killing algae, which can be a problem in surface water systems.
- Self Priming
- Easy to maintain
- Wires to well pump
- Fully adjustable output
|Tank:||35-gallon solution tank|
|Color:||Blue or Natural ( Natural color tank is translucent enough to see the chlorine solution level in the tank from the outside, blue is not )|
|Access Hole:||4″ Diameter, Removable Cap|
|Maximum Operating Pressure:||75 PSI|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||120 F|
Important – Polyglass tanks are designed to withstand pressure but they will collapse if subjected to a vacuum. A vacuum breaker should always be installed to prevent tank damage
|Flow Rate:||30 gallons per day|
|Operating Pressure:||80 PSI|