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Ultraviolet Purification Systems

Ultraviolet purification systems are used to destroy illness-causing microorganisms by attacking their genetic core (DNA). This powerful dose of UV light eliminates their ability to reproduce, and organisms simply die. The water is purified by running it through a watertight chamber that contains an ultraviolet lamp. As water flows past, microorganisms are exposed to a lethal dose of germicidal UV energy.


Water Treatment


Water Technology Company strives to address economic as well as environmental concerns while satisfying the needs of our customers. This may require a multi-layered approach utilizing more than one type of system to address all water treatment issues that you might be experiencing. We do our best to balance performance and cost to ensure your satisfaction with the results.


Water Softeners

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Water Softeners are "ion exchangers" that completely remove hardness ions from your water addressing both hardness scale and soap interactions. Hard water — water with a high calcium/magnesium content — enters the softener via a control valve, where it goes from top to bottom through a specially prepared resin. Hardness minerals attach to the resin and are "exchanged" for sodium. This process creates soft water.

Well-designed water softeners include metered on-demand regeneration. Through this process, the hardness minerals are washed down the drain and the resin bed is rinsed, resettled, and recharged with sodium and made ready to continue softening your water.

​Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water 


With the quality of our drinking water increasingly coming under question, people are looking for alternate sources of quality water. Reverse Osmosis systems are the most convenient and economical solution. Neatly stored under the counter, this system provides you with clean and delicious water right from its own dedicated tap.

Oxidizer


An oxidizer is used to eliminate hydrogen sulfide ("rotten egg smell") and remove iron in water. This is achieved by spraying water through a compressed bubble of air in an enclosed tank. The spray increases water's surface area and enhances dissolving of air. The increased surface area provides an intermediate to enhanced oxygenation of hydrogen sulfide to sulfuric acid. These compounds acidify water and lower the pH. The water collects at the bottom of the tank, is drawn off by a bottom feeding tube, and exits the unit.