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KDF-85 Process Media Specialized for Iron & Hydrogen Sulfide Removal - 1/3 Cubic Foot (CF) 57 lbs

KDF-85 Process Media Specialized for Iron & Hydrogen Sulfide Removal - 1/3 Cubic Foot (CF) 57 lbs


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KDF Process Media are high purity copper-zinc granules that reduce contaminants in water using oxidation/reduction (redox) reaction. KDF 85 process medium is an effective iron & hydrogen sulfide removal agent used in point-of-entry (POE) treatment of municipal water supplies. These unique, innovative and environmentally responsible media consist of high purity copper-zinc granules that use redox (the exchange of electrons) in patented products to effectively reduce/remove iron, hydrogen sulfide and control microorganisms in potable water without the use of chemicals. What's more, KDF 85 is highly efficient and tank size requirements are modest for more economical system engineering and installation.

For every pound of KDF-85 media, you should be able to receive 10,000 gallons of chlorine removal.

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Q: can kdf-85 remove 10 ppm clearwater iron and how long would it last before I would have to replace it? I have 3 adults and 4 kids with 2 bathrooms, can it be cleaned and reused?
Asked by:  - 8/1/2014 (Submit an answer)
A: The rating is technically 3 ppm but if you have enough media then it should handle it. Although for that amount, I'd recommend using Filox or Birm instead.
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