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Water Treatment Systems That can Help You

There are a lot of different water treatment systems available on the market. Each of these systems can improve the quality of your water supply in a different way. If you’re having a problem with the quality of your water, whether it’s lead contamination or hard water, there’s a water treatment system that can help you.  Let’s take a look at a couple of the different water treatment systems available on the market that can help you.

Reverse Osmosis Systems

A reverse osmosis system forces all water in the home’s water line through an ultrathin membrane. Water molecules are able to pass through the membrane just fine, but larger particles are blocked from entering the home’s plumbing system. These particles are shunted off to a collection receptacle for later disposal. Reverse osmosis systems are popular for removing things like lead and cyanide particles from the water supply. If you’re worried about particulate contamination of your water, a reverse osmosis system is a good way to deal with it.

Water Softeners

Hard water is water with a higher than normal concentration of magnesium and calcium molecules. As the water flows over a surface, it deposits small amounts of these minerals over time. These mineral deposits eventually grow into lime scale, which can restrict the flow of water through the pipes and lessen the effectiveness of the plumbing system. The way to solve this is to install a water treatment system known as a water softener. This system removes the magnesium and calcium particles in the water, preventing the formation of lime scale in your pipes.

SPS Mechanical Inc. provides a full range of water treatment systems throughout West Deptford, NJ. If you need water treatment services, call today to schedule an appointment with one of our experts. We’ll make sure that your water quality is as high as possible.

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