Well Water Filtration

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Put an end to rust stains in your sinks and appliances

Iron and hydrogen sulfide in your drinking water are two of the most common and difficult water problems to treat. If you have iron or hydrogen sulfide, you know it. Iron causes those rust colored stains that just appear and only get worse over time. Hydrogen sulfide is the cause of that “rotten egg” smell in water, which if used for cooking, carries over into your food and drink – YUCK!

Reduce the need for chemical based detergents

Our Clack Air-Draw System relies on its patented technology to supercharge the filtration chamber with oxygen. When oxygen comes in contact with the iron and hydrogen sulfide in your water, their physical properties are altered on a molecular level as they become oxidized.

The new iron oxide and elemental sulfur are then physically filtered out of your water utilizing the systems’ equally unique media. When combined, these two features work perfectly together, naturally removing unwanted elements from your water.

After your water has been filtered, it can either flow directly into your home for consumption, or into secondary filtration systems; depending on your individual need. The Clack system is also self-cleaning; automatically rinsing and re-oxygenating the media bed, minimizing the need for scheduled maintenance.

Enjoy clean, fresh water

Our well water systems have a unique blend of filtration media that greatly enhances the ability of the Clack Valve to remove troublesome iron & hydrogen sulfide from your water and is made up of millions of multi-faceted, highly porous beads that create tiny caverns to hold oxygen molecules, and allow it to act as a natural filter.

Historically, iron and hydrogen sulfide were treated using large, multiple tank, high maintenance systems that utilized chemical oxidizing agents. The Clack Air-Draw does the job without adding any chemical additives. One filter, incorporating patented technology. One extraordinary, all natural filtration and oxidation media.