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Got Iron? Culligan’s Problem Water Infographic

Problem water Culligan. in your home? Stained fixtures (toilets, sinks, tubs, showers)? Reddish-brown stains appearing on your towels and laundry? Disagreeable or metallic taste? Sounds like you may have iron in your water. How does it get in there? rainwater corroded steel or iron fixtures lakes rivers underground water supplies The Earth's crust (Iron is the 4th most common element) DID YOU KNOW? Iron is most commonly found Fe when well water is the source. In the forms of... Dissolved Iron a.k.a. Ferrous Iron Leaves stains on dothes, loundry and fotures Water may be clear initially, but when exposed to the air it gradually turns cloudy or colored. Most common type of iron in private well supplies. Particulate Iron a.ka. Ferric Iron Filherable Iron Rust particles are large enough to be removed by a filter. Forms an orange-brown stain or solid residue (scale). Colloidal Iron Rust particles are very small and must be removed using different methods. Organic Bound Iron Most often causes water to turn a yellow or yellow-brownish color. Strongly attached to an organic compound (l.e, tannin in water). Iron Bacteria a "ride-along" with iron Forms reddish-brown growths that may clog pipes and reduce water flow. Not a specific type af iron, but frequently thrives in iron-bearing water. How can you test for iron in your home? Contact your local Culligan Man. He can help you determine the type of iron present and the Culligan product solution. Testing is done in the home and/or through Culligan's EPA-certified lab. Then count on Culligan filtration to remove it! Here's how... lon Exchange Water Softeners Culligan Softener-Cleer and Sulfur-Cleer Filters Softener-Cleer Plus Water Conditioners Mulhipurpose systoms designed for well water that reduce iron, iron baceria, hydrogen sulfide and hardness. Culligan Culligan Iron-Cleer Filters Removes iron by ion exchange softening. A single-tank system that reduces iron and hydrogen sulfide. A wo-tank system that reduces iron and hydrogen sulfide There are also... Chemical Feed Systems More complex systems to address unique needs. 0.3 ( The US EPA Secondary Drinking Water maximum contaminant level for Iron is 0.3ppm. Enjoy the Culligan difference! SPARKLING TASTY Prevents stains on fixtures, porcelain and tableware Makes better-tasting coffee, iced tea, food, ice cubes and more REFRESHING SPOTLESS Delivers better-tasting, odor-free, clear-colored water Eliminates staining on towels and clothes 866-808-7527 culligan.com Note: These contaminants may not necessorily be in vour water Culligan. SOURCES - Culligan, Product Release Book and Ralarence Guide - htp://www.culigan.com/en-un/d/newn/blog/orchiva/7/2012/209/ better water. pure and simple: O 2012 Culligan International Company 出 出 出 Problem water Culligan. in your home? Stained fixtures (toilets, sinks, tubs, showers)? Reddish-brown stains appearing on your towels and laundry? Disagreeable or metallic taste? Sounds like you may have iron in your water. How does it get in there? rainwater corroded steel or iron fixtures lakes rivers underground water supplies The Earth's crust (Iron is the 4th most common element) DID YOU KNOW? Iron is most commonly found Fe when well water is the source. In the forms of... Dissolved Iron a.k.a. Ferrous Iron Leaves stains on dothes, loundry and fotures Water may be clear initially, but when exposed to the air it gradually turns cloudy or colored. Most common type of iron in private well supplies. Particulate Iron a.ka. Ferric Iron Filherable Iron Rust particles are large enough to be removed by a filter. Forms an orange-brown stain or solid residue (scale). Colloidal Iron Rust particles are very small and must be removed using different methods. Organic Bound Iron Most often causes water to turn a yellow or yellow-brownish color. Strongly attached to an organic compound (l.e, tannin in water). Iron Bacteria a "ride-along" with iron Forms reddish-brown growths that may clog pipes and reduce water flow. Not a specific type af iron, but frequently thrives in iron-bearing water. How can you test for iron in your home? Contact your local Culligan Man. He can help you determine the type of iron present and the Culligan product solution. Testing is done in the home and/or through Culligan's EPA-certified lab. Then count on Culligan filtration to remove it! Here's how... lon Exchange Water Softeners Culligan Softener-Cleer and Sulfur-Cleer Filters Softener-Cleer Plus Water Conditioners Mulhipurpose systoms designed for well water that reduce iron, iron baceria, hydrogen sulfide and hardness. Culligan Culligan Iron-Cleer Filters Removes iron by ion exchange softening. A single-tank system that reduces iron and hydrogen sulfide. A wo-tank system that reduces iron and hydrogen sulfide There are also... Chemical Feed Systems More complex systems to address unique needs. 0.3 ( The US EPA Secondary Drinking Water maximum contaminant level for Iron is 0.3ppm. Enjoy the Culligan difference! SPARKLING TASTY Prevents stains on fixtures, porcelain and tableware Makes better-tasting coffee, iced tea, food, ice cubes and more REFRESHING SPOTLESS Delivers better-tasting, odor-free, clear-colored water Eliminates staining on towels and clothes 866-808-7527 culligan.com Note: These contaminants may not necessorily be in vour water Culligan. SOURCES - Culligan, Product Release Book and Ralarence Guide - htp://www.culigan.com/en-un/d/newn/blog/orchiva/7/2012/209/ better water. pure and simple: O 2012 Culligan International Company 出 出 出

Got Iron? Culligan’s Problem Water Infographic

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Rust stains in your tub or sink? Water taste metallic? Do you get enough of your iron in your multivitamins? Learn more about how iron gets in your water and how a water filter system can help the ass...

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