pH is an abbreviation for "power of hydrogen". It is the negative log of hydrogen ion concentration in a water-based solution. With the pH of pure water being 7, drinking water and other natural water exhibits a pH range because it contains dissolved minerals and many gases. Usually surface waters typically range from pH 6.5 to 8.5 while groundwater ranges from pH 6 to 6.5 to 8.5. The pH scale is a logarithmic scale that reads from 1 to 14. Each pH value less than 7 (the pH of pure water) is 10 times more acidic than the higher value and each pH value greater than 7 is 10 times less acidic than the one below it.
How to get your acidic water pH Neutralised?
To Raise the Ph of the incoming water you need to install one of our Acit Neutralisation Filters. This will have the effect of totally neutralising the acidic water. Inside our filter vessel contains a the Filter Media called Calcite, and as the water passes through the Filter, the Calcites calcium carbonate neutralises the acidic water. This process will slightly increase the hardness of the water, but normally not enough to cause any scaling.
SPECIFICATION of our ANF Vessel:Includes Vessel, valve, internal distributors and media
Max. Working Pressure: 10.5bar
Max. Working Temp: (1 to 50) degreeCelsius
Max. Vacuum: 140 mmHg
Minimim Exposure Temp.: (-30) degreeCelsius
Head: 3/4" Inlet and Outlet with backwash lever option.
10x54: Volume= 63L ; 2.2 Cubic Ft
Threads Upper: 2.5" - 8-NPSM