Quote Originally Posted by alternety View Post
The guys who do this for a living most likely will respond.

I would try to have someone with some chemistry expertise and some appropriate equipment determine what is really there before spending $2K. They can run the water through different pore size filters and see what happens.
Chemists are not knowledgeable about water treatment or the available equipment used to solve problems.

Quote Originally Posted by alternety View Post
Bacteria or oxidation could make this iron precipitate as a visible solid. If there is iron bacteria in the well the water would be red when it is drawn.

You really need a lab to look at the water.
Untrue, IRB will not cause red water iron.

He already has all the water test data he needs so he does not need to pay a lab for more tests or to duplicate those he already has had done.