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High Efficiency Iron Water Filter

Whole House water filteration that efficiently reduced iron to give you better water.

Iron in water can cause stains on hard surfaces and household appliances and can make your drinking water taste and smell a little off. With the Culligan Whole House Water Filter, you can reduce the negative impacts caused by iron and get cleaner, better water throughout your entire household.

  • Advanced technology leaves you with cleaner dishes, fixtures, tubs, sinks, and overall, better-tasting water
  • Remote monitoring lets you control your filter from anywhere, anytime
  • No chemicals needed to reduce contaminants in your tap water, saving you time and money

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Why Remove Iron from Water?

Iron can be present in water in several forms: colloidal iron, oxidized iron, soluble iron and iron bacteria. Colloidal iron is a special case of extremely small particles of oxidized iron that do not settle out. Oxidized iron is insoluble in non-acid water. Water containing oxidized iron is filled with some red rust when first drawn from the tap. Soluble iron is called “clear water iron” because the water is not red unless it stands.

Iron oxide deposits can plug up plumbing and other equipment that uses water, like farm equipment, home washing machines, hot water heaters and dishwashers. The other objection to iron in water is that it can cause reddish-brown stains on laundry, plumbing fixtures and cooking utensils. Iron causes a disagreeable metallic taste and, in some cases, can have a sewer type of odor. Iron causes coffee, tea, liquor and other beverages an inkier black. As little as 0.3 ppm is enough to cause iron staining.

Iron bacteria are living organisms that feed on iron in your water and on iron in wells, piping, tanks and iron fixtures. The bacteria build slime in toilet water tanks and clog pipes, pumps, water heaters and appliances. Until the last few years, iron bacteria were not too common a problem but their presence has increased rapidly throughout the country. These bacteria are now quite prevalent. You may expect that any iron water will at some future time, if not already, be invaded by iron bacteria. Iron bacteria must be killed by chlorination.

The presence and amount of iron in your water can be determined with testing. Iron is normally removed from water through mechanical filters, water softeners and reverse osmosis.

What our clients say

We've had multiple problems with milans nasty well water for years but, thanks to Dell, zeek and Cody at Culligan, I finally have perfect water! No smell, no taste and my tubs and toilets no longer turn orange. Any time i need to schedule a service call or need peroxide,

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Aaron Thacker   
Aaron Thacker   

We've had multiple problems with milans nasty well water for years but, thanks to Dell, zeek and Cody at Culligan, I finally have perfect water! No smell, no taste and my tubs and toilets no longer turn orange. Any time i need to schedule a service call or need peroxide, its one phone call away with no hassle. They usually deliver the same day. 6 year customer. (One happy customer!!!!!) Highly recommended culligan and their peroxide system.

Always on time with delivery and service and the staff is dependable and courteous.

Pamela Thompson   

Much more efficient product use than the previous supplier. It has saved us easily $100/month.

L.K.   

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