In order for us to be able to compile and configure an optimal water treatment system for you, the parameters present in your fresh water and in what amounts must be determined first.
Here, well water is different than water from the local water supply or utilities.
The use of well water as drinking water is subject to specific legal requirements and inspection intervals by a certified laboratory.
If you get your drinking water from a local public water supply, you can assume generally that the quality of the water of the drinking water is in compliance with any applicable drinking water ordinance. However, all this mean is that the water is fit for human consumption and a bacteriological and chemical/physical examination was used to determine whether the relevant parameters do not exceed the specified limit and reference values. Your public water utilities provide the current test report for free.
Whether your fresh water has too much lime, certain salts or other residues for your specific application is not considered in these reports, of course.
With the right choice of pre-filters and system solutions, we can help you to remove unwanted parameters from your fresh water.
For the precise determination of various chemical/physical parameters in the water, we have established our own in-house laboratory. At this point, we would like to draw your attention to the fact that our analyses never replace a legally required analysis by a certified testing laboratory.
The results of our analyses are not considered certified results. They are only considered as an as-is analysis to provide additional information needed to develop and configure an optimal water treatment product customized for your specific needs.