Well Water pH Neutralizer

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Old 07-02-19, 06:56 PM
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Well Water pH Neutralizer

I'm looking to purchase a well water pH Neutralizer, and there's a lot of different options out there.

So first off, my pH is somewhere between 5.3 (from the lab) and 6.2 (in home test by water treatment company). Hardness is around 6 grains.

If I use a calcite system, I'll want to add a softener. If I use a soda ash injector, I may skip the softener.

With a calcite neutralizer, do I need one of the more expensive models with backflush capability? What are some systems you guys would recommend? I.E. Pelican, Aquasana, etc...
 
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Old 07-03-19, 10:59 AM
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Fleck 5600 SXT and media tank depending on flow rate. The media tank should have a dome hole so that you can put more media in.
This set up would be the simplest.
The valve would go through a cycle say every 4 days to keep the bed mixed.

Soda ash injection works, but mix soda ash and put in tank, then there is the pump, and a mixing tank.
 
 

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