Tier1 Precision Series Whole House Chlorine + Chloramine Reduction System, For 1 - 3 People
- Certified to NSF/ANSI 42 for the reduction of Chlorine and Chloramines.
- Reduces Chloramines that are more commonly being used by municipal water treatment services to disinfect water.
- Provides clean, great tasting water to every tap in your home.
- Provides a flow rate of up to 5.8 gallons per minute
Our Precision Series Chloramine Reduction System
Service Flow Rate: 5.8 gallons per minute (gpm)
Mineral Tank Dimensions: 9" x 48" (without control valve)
Mineral Tank Dimensions: 9" x 52-1/4" (with control valve)
Mineral Tank Media: Granular Activated Carbon Chloramine Reduction Blend
Fitting Connections: Comes with 3/4 inch and 1 inch fittings
What is Chloramine?
Chloramines are introduced into the water supply by water treatment companies because they last longer than free chlorine and serve as antibacterial agents to help purify water. Chloramines untreated can pose some risks to people using that water in their homes, including chlorine taste and smell, dry and irritated skin, and are also labeled as a respiratory irritant. The chemical can be breathed in or absorbed when it's vaporized, in a hot shower for example, which can compromise those with already weak immune systems. In addition to those conditions they are harmful to fish and other aquatic animals. Removing chloramines from your water is bit more difficult than removing chlorine, and requires specialized systems like this one to properly reduce the chemical.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does this system require any special setup? Details regarding installation can be found in the user guide with every product or here installation guide.
Is chloramine disinfection new? The CDC. recognizes treatment with chloramines reaching back to 1929, "An EPA survey estimated 68 million Americans were drinking water disinfected with chloramine".
Is monochloramine used in water treatment dangerous? On its own there is no evidence supporting it is detrimental to health, however monochloramine can easily shift to and between dichloramine (NHCl2) and trichloramine (NCl3) which are skin and respiratory irritants. It rarely ever is the case that only monochloramine is present in your water and therefore it is important to treat for chloramines.
Does this system have a regeneration cycle? Yes, there is a backwash and regeneration cycle that should be lead into a drain line for waste water. This system provides an average of 5-7 years of service for a family of 1-4 people.
Are chloramines just as effective as chlorine at killing bacteria? No, chloramines are a little less effective than free chlorine as a primary disinfectant, however they stay present in the water longer and thus offer the benefit of treating the water for longer during its journey to your home. Chloramine treatment is an especially effective secondary disinfectant treatment option. EPA Clarification
Will chloramine treatment affect my plumbing? Chloramine can change the chemical properties of your water and affect lead and copper plumbing. If you are concerned about lead or copper levels you can contact our Tier1 Technical Support Team at 1-855-378-9116
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The TIER1_T1W_WH_CHLRM_RED_948 fits the following model numbers