No one-treatment system corrects all water quality problems, all systems have limitations and life expectancies and all require routine maintenance, monitoring or both. You should first identify the problem by having your water tested by a competent laboratory such as Midwest. Then you should consult with experts on solving the problems which arise.
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The pH scan is based on values between 0 and 14, with 7 being neutral. Readings above 7 are considered to be basic or alkaline, where reading below 7 are considered to be acidic.READ MORE
There are two (2) types of ICPs, and optical emission and a mass detection. The difference between the two (2) is how the element level is measured.READ MORE
Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) is a common test usually performed on influent or effluent water samples.READ MORE