Juturna Water Filters Georgia
WaterCare® Water Filters
WaterCare®’s line of filters has a variety of solutions to match your exact water issues. Common water issues like foul smells, discolored particles, or low pH are no match for our line of proven water filters. Reduce impurities in your water, and keep your well, plumbing system, and fixtures looking and operating as they should.
Ion Pro® – Air Charged Filtration You Can Trust
Ion Pro filters are capable of removing the rust stains, odor, and foul taste commonly associated with well water. The system uses an air chamber to oxidize dissolved contaminants into solid particles, making them easy to filter. Each Ion Pro is customized with the proper media to handle the exact issues you may be dealing with in your home.
Each Ion Pro filter comes equipped with our patented Inch Worm™ air release Technology. When your unit initiates its service cycles, Inch Worm™ Technology activates to let the air escape slowly and quietly. This eliminates drain line thrashing that traditional filters experience.
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CareClear Pro® – Bringing Balance Back To Your Water
CareClear Pro filters are some of the most flexible filtration systems we have available. Whether you suffer from water that smells, water with unwanted particles, or acidic water corroding your fixtures, there is a CareClear Pro that can bring your water back to the clear, fresh liquid you’d expect.
CareClear Pro filters remove unwanted contaminants simply and efficiently, using only water to backwash the system during its cleaning cycles. With CareClear Pro, you can rely on a system that is efficient and environmentally friendly!
These filters can be customized to focus on your unique water problems. Click on the links below to explore the right system for your home.
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CareSoft Pro® Tannin – Create Clearer Water With Expert Care
Tannins are organic materials your water picks up from the ground as it travels to your home. They are harmless but can cause your water to turn brown, smell foul, and taste gross.
CareSoft Pro tannin filtration systems are designed to effectively treat discolored water, which can be found in well water sources. A tannin system can provide the quality water you want without all the unwanted minerals, discoloration, odors, nasty tastes, or acidity.
These filters are manufactured to use water efficiently, conserving your water supply and preserving your well and its components.
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This is the normal operating position of the filter. In this stage or position, untreated water flows through the inlet side of the control valve and down through a “captured” dome of air which oxidizes and precipitates iron and/or sulfur. As the water flows through the media these precipitated contaminates are filtered by the media. It is at this moment the undesirable minerals are removed from the water.
Backwash Air Position – Nick Name “Inch Worm”
This is the first position in the regeneration sequence. In this position(s) the valve goes through a series of vary small movements (“inching along”) allowing the “captured” dome of air to release slowly and more importantly, harmlessly down the drain. This patented feature allows for the filter to expel the pressurized excess air without the violence associated with other air systems.
Backwash is a step in the regeneration process where the media in the tank is physically lifted up, spun around and agitated under pressure. It is cleaned of any particles such as precipitated iron or sulfur which has been filtered out during normal use of the system. The backwash water containing the undesirable particles flow harmlessly to drain.
Air Draw Position
It is this position in which we draw in the air into the tank replenishing the air charge. This is needed to replenish the air which is consumed in the oxidation and precipitation process in the normal service position. Some units have the option of using an ozone generator during this position to ensure additional oxidation and bacteria control.
Return To Service
This is really not a position but rather a process. As the valve returns to the service position the inlet port is open to the tank, this allows water to fill the tank from the bottom to the top. As the tank fills, this compresses the dome of air in the top portion of the tank, it is this air (optional ozone) that is used in the oxidizing process of the service run.