H2S, carbon and air input needed
I have mild H2S in my water. Constant in both hot and cold. I originally bought an all in one iron softener with KDF, but you guys talked me out of the KDF. The softener is working great, but I do need to do something about the H2S.
I'm having trouble making the decision as to activated versus catalytic carbon, and whether or not I should get an air injection valve.
Obviously the catalytic carbon and the air injection are more expensive. Does the extra money get you significantly longer life or better performance?
I am also concerned with pressure drop with another tank, are the carbon tank service flow numbers based on the assumption of treating really nasty water, or based on flow impedance?