Tannins are a common class of organic compounds in upland water and give the water a yellow/brown tint. In highland (peaty) areas where water runs off peat the water can be virtually brown. Organic scavenging systems use resin to hold these organics which are periodically backwashed away with brine. Typically every 25 litres of resin will take out 2000ppm of organic colour before it needs regenerating.
This unit is supplied partailly assembled for shipping. Some assembly will be required. All components and instructions will be supplied.
The unit size is the size of the vessel.
The figure given in litres is the volume of the media within the vessel.
The figure given in lph (litres per hour) is the service flow rate of the unit.