EcoWater Spokane

Spokane's Ecological choice for fresh water

ETF2100AS

A Proven System for Reducing Arsenic and Treating Problem Water

Features

  • Bypass Valve (optional)

    Brass-free and lead-free bypass valve lets you manually bypass the system.

  • Patented Electronic Digital Demand Module

    Solid-state electronics record usage patterns and control backwash frequency. Maintains record of water usage since installation.

  • Full One-Inch Riser

    One-inch diameter for increased flow rates, which ensures that household demand is adequately met.

  • Multi-Wrap Fiberglass Reinforced Resin Tank

    Polymeric tank liner with a fiberglass wrapped exterior for strength. Doesn’t deteriorate, rust, or corrode.

  • Fully Ported One-Inch Valve with Easy-Clamp Ring and Patented Teflon® Discs

  • MetSorb™ HMRG

    Patented media reduces arsenic +III and +V.

  • Filter Sand

    A layer of clean sand keeps the filter media bed in place.

  • Washed Quartz Underbedding

    Washed quartz doesn’t impart hardness into treated water and allows for more effective backwashing during counter-current cycles.

  • 24-Volt Transformer

    Simplifies installation, maintenance and reduces electrical hazards.

Read about ETF2100AS specifications in Adobe pdf format.

This EcoWater arsenic filter adsorbs arsenic from raw water with a patented media, MetSorb™ HMRG. Both arsenic III and arsenic V are reduced without additional treatment. This media does not require the addition of iron. For optimal performance, iron and manganese concentrations should be pre-treated.

Arsenic permanently attaches to this media; the media is not regenerated. This filter will backwash and fast rinse every week to ensure optimal service flow through the media bed. Backwash and fast rinse water may be safely disposed down the drain.

The media offers high arsenic reduction capacity. Under typical use, expected bed life is 2-5 years. Upon exhaustion, the media is replaced. The spent media has passed TCLP testing and generally can be disposed in landfills as the arsenic is permanently adsorbed on the media. exhaustion, the media is replaced. The spent media has passed TCLP testing and generally can be disposed in landfills as the arsenic is permanently adsorbed on the media.