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    two pump switches?

    When my pressure tank hits 60 psi, my pump shuts off. When the pressure drops down
    to 40 psi, as expected the pump kicks back on. I assume that there is a
    Pressure switch somewhere that does...
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    PS, I heard from the guy who is providing my...

    PS, I heard from the guy who is providing my media via Resintech that my 11 mg/l of Nitrate should be reduced to <1 mg/l, and my Arsenic should go from .006 mg/l (6 mcg/l) down to <.002 mg/l (<2...
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    thanks for the reply. I think I might have...

    thanks for the reply. I think I might have confused things because I didn't specify the units. My arsenic level is .006 mg/l or 6 mcg/l. The MCL from my reference lab is .010 mg/l or 10 mcg/l. So I...
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    IX filter for Arsenic and Nitrates

    Hi All:

    I have gained enough information in the last few weeks to result in my sending the unopened Aquasana whole house well filter back to the sender. I am going to use clack and fiberglass...
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    If I wanted to do it myself, what are the most...

    If I wanted to do it myself, what are the most reputable, "industrial strength" brands?

    I imagine I would need a prefilter, main filter (charcoal or KDM), and UV stage. For my 2500 sq ft place...
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    Dittohead, Tom and Gary: Thank you so much for...

    Dittohead, Tom and Gary:

    Thank you so much for all of your insights.

    The nitrate filter is a disposable ion exchange that Aquasana will send me for an additional $700.

    The initial...
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    Filtered Well Water Overall Drinkability?

    Hi Everyone:

    We bought a house built in 1957 with a well, no septic tank, uses city sewer line. The well is 180 feet deep and puts out 17 gpm without problems. The water column is 80 feet down.
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