Residential Potable Water

Pulsafeeder's solutions are designed for low pH ground water (acid water), disinfection, irrigation rust removal and RO upkeep.

Well Water pH Control (Acid Water)

Does your water test show a pH of less than 7.0?

Damaged Appliances. Leaks in Plumbing. Metallic Taste. We know well water causes problems…

Do you see blue/green staining on your copper plumbing?
Does your water taste sour? 
Do you have Copper Plumbing that acid water can cause to leak?

With Pulsafeeder’s Chemical Injection System you will get the means to minimize these problems and save money in cost repairs.

  • An economical option with the Chem-Tech 100 series pump that can inject a Soda Ash or Caustic Soda into the water stream that reacts with the low pH water to neutralize the pH level. 
  • An enhanced option with the Pulsatron C Series pump to proportionally dispense chemical with varying water usage.

Well Water Disinfection (Eliminating Bacteria)

Did your water test show Coliform or E-Coli bacteria in your well water?

Bacteria contamination is one of the most common well water quality issues.

Bacteria can cause stomach issues and make you sick if ingested.

With Pulsafeeder’s Chemical Injection System you will get the means to treat the bacteria in the water to prevent sickness.

  • An economical option with the Chem-Tech 100 series pump that can pump chlorine or hydrogen peroxide like pool water treatment
  • An enhanced option with the PULSAtron C Series pump to proportionally dispense chemical with varying water usage.

 

Irrigation Rust Removal or Iron Removal

Irrigation water with a high iron concentration can leave stains on driveways, patio’s and other surfaces. 
 

With Pulsafeeder’s Chemical Injection System you will get the means to treat the high iron concentration with either a chlorine to oxidize the iron or inject a rust removal chemical to prevent surface stains. 

  • An economical option with the Chem-Tech 100 series pump that can pump chlorine or hydrogen peroxide like pool water treatment
  • An enhanced option with the PULSAtron C Series pump to proportionally dispense chemical with varying water usage.

 

Chemical feed pumps have many names. Whether they are called chlorinators, feeders, injectors or positive displacement pumps, all chemical feed pumps require proper installation.  In addition, in the case of injecting chlorine into potable water – a way to vent the air trapped in the pump head.  Pumps come in a variety of physical capacities, sizes and electrical voltages.

 

The purpose of a chemical feed pump is to inject a predetermined amount of chemical into the water stream to aid in correcting objectionable conditions.  The most common conditions requiring such treatment are dissolved iron, hydrogen sulfide, low pH and sanitizing.  All of these objectionable conditions can be eliminated or reduced by introducing corrective chemical solutions with a feed pump.  The most common application is injecting bleach into well water to sanitize for human consumption. 

 

Disinfection reduces pathogenic organisms in the water to levels designated as safe by public health standards.  Chlorine readily combines with chemicals dissolved in water, microorganisms, small animals, plant material, tastes, colors and odors.  The components in the well water “use up” chlorine and comprise the chlorine demand of the treatment system.  It is important to add sufficient chlorine to the water to meet the chlorine demand and provide residual disinfection.

 

Chlorine, when stored in a chemical feed tank – decomposes and causes gas to enter into the pump head when the pump is initiated.  If there isn’t a way for the air to vent – the feeder will “lock up” or in common terms, lose prime.  Pulsafeeder Degass Head Pumps and Five Function Degas Valve can eliminate the loss of prime issue.

Common Products for Residential Potable Water:

PULSAtron

Typical applications are acids, caustics, polymers, bleaches, pH control, solvents, dyes/ink, catalyst, cleaning agents, and much more.

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Chem-Tech

Designed for Water Conditioning.

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