Clack Water Filters
- Filtration systems are used to remove common problems from your water supply.
- The most common filtration units for mains water include de-chlorinating your supply (carbon unit) and producing alkaline water (pH correction).
- For private water supplies, sediment protection (Turbidex), iron and manganese reduction (Filox / Crystal Right), pH adjustments and many more.
- These systems come complete with everything you require to get this installed and will allow you to improve the quality of your water.
- Get in touch with one of our specialists to help find the correct solution for you.
The Clack Water Softener Units are suitable for commercial, industrial and residential applications.
Activated Carbon Filters
Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) filters are an excellent choice for removal of chlorine, taste, odour or organics (bone charcoal will also reduce some heavy metals).
Turbidex is a unique natural clinoptilolite ore that has many outstanding advantages over common filter sands used for sediment reduction.
An effective one step eliminator of the 5 main problems (hardness, iron, manganese, organic and ammonia) in domestic and industrial applications.
Birm is a relatively inexpensive material which can be used for iron and manganese removal by oxidation.
Filox R Filters
Clack Filox R Water Filters can be used for Iron and Manganese reduction by oxidisation.
Crystal Right Filters
Crystal Right works by an iron exchange process which reduces iron, manganese, ammonia and hardness and can increase low pH all in a single process.
Nitrate Reduction Filters
Clack Nitrate reduction water filters. The legal limit for Nitrates is 50mg/l.
pH Correction Filters
Water with a pH below 7 is acidic and corrosive. Raising the pH will neutralise the water, removing the metallic taste and pipe corrosion, and can also reduce any iron or manganese contamination.
Colour Reduction Filters
Tannins & organic compounds in upland water give water a yellow tint. In highland areas where water runs off peat the water can be virtually brown. Organic scavenging systems use resin to hold these organics which are periodically backwashed away with brine.
Hydrogen Sulphide Filters
Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) is a gas which if dissolved in water smells like rotten eggs. The easiest way to remove the smell of small amounts is to aerate the water or pass it through carbon.
Arsenic Reduction Filters
Arsenic is found naturally in many parts of the UK and Ireland and with the lowering of the European drinking water standards for arsenic it’s removal is vital.