Arsenic in our Water What it does and how to Treat it!
The only way to identify its presence in water is to have the water specifically tested for arsenic.
Arsenic in well water is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. EPA has set the arsenic standard for drinking water at .010 parts per million (10 parts per billion) NJ DEPA has a set action level of 5 parts per billion to protect consumers served by public water systems from the effects of long-term, chronic exposure to arsenic but private wells have to be tested by the owners. Arsenic is a toxic element that is known to increase the risk of adverse health effects in people who drink water containing it. Arsenic is a known human carcinogen that causes cancer of the skin, bladder, lung, kidney, and liver.More on Arsenic click here
Prior to installation of any water treatment system have your water tested!
RAdata utilizes state-of-the-art AdEdge treatment systems. These packaged residential systems, specifically designed for arsenic and other heavy metal treatment are the culmination of years of experience. The systems utilize an advanced iron oxide adsorption media AD33, for reliable, simple, and cost-effective treatment. No other technology can compare to its simplicity and ease of use for the consumer. The media has a very high operating capacity and works over a wide range of water quality. Media replacement is typically 2-4 years depending on water chemistry and usage. The systems utilize no regeneration chemicals, salt or additives.
Choose which is right for you.
Point of Use:
Point of Use devices treat drinking water at or near the tap, and may be the fastest, simplest means of providing arsenic free water for cooking and drinking. A typical point of use system installs under the sink and uses one or more cartridges to remove contaminants.
Point of Entry:
Point of Entry solutions are used to treat the entire home at the point where the water comes into the house. In recent years, alumina adsorption using iron oxide-based media has begun to be the standard form of treatment because it is able to filter all forms of arsenic in one treatment.