|Metals, iron and manganese,
which can stain laundry and bathroom fixtures as well as lending unpleasant taste and
odor to water, can be removed though oxidation and filtration.
||The Triple O
System oxidizes and filters out these heavy metals.
which is identified by it's sulphurous odor, can be controlled through oxidation and
||The Triple O
System rapidly oxidizes the sulfides in the water to sulfates, and
keeps the water fresh through constant ozone aeration, thus eliminating this offensive gas
with it=s rotten egg odor.
|pH is the
measurement of the acidity of your water. Somewhere between 6.5 and 8.5 is considered
acceptable by the EPA.
O System will neutralize acidic water to the pH
range between 7.2 to 7.8.
generally in the form of tannins, can be removed by ozonation, chlorination, reverse
osmosis or activated carbon filtration.
||The Triple O System will oxidize and
thus remove some tannins in the water.
in the form of dissolved calcium and magnesium can shorten the life of water heaters and
does increase the amount of soaps and detergents used in normal cleaning tasks. Hardness
can be removed through the use of a water softener which substitutes sodium or potassium
for these dissolved minerals.
||The Triple O System alters the molecular
bonding capability of the hardness constituents so that the water acts softer (lowers the
surface tension of the water) and keeps the hard water deposits from strongly bonding to
surfaces. This is an additional benefit to the primary oxidation/filtration capabilities
of the Triple O System.
|Chlorides, sulfates, nitrates, sodium
and other dissolved solids can all be removed by reverse osmosis.
||The Triple O System does not remove
dissolved solids in this category.