Manganese Water Filtration

Manganese Water

Manganese is a mineral commonly found in rocks and soil. The EPA recommends a limit of 0.05 mg/l manganese because exceeding this level will cause staining of fixtures, appliances, and clothes. For many industrial purposes, the manganese content should not exceed 0.01 to 0.02 mg/l. Manganese oxidizes slower than iron; it is more difficult to remove from water. An excessive Manganese level gives water a bitter, metallic taste and creates suspended specks, sediments, and stains.

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The first step of any treatment is to have your water tested. Working with your Vesta professional water treatment dealer, your new Vesta system will fit your exact needs and provide you with years of quality, conditioned water. Contact Chambers Water Filtration for a free water analysis

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