The Iron Removal Filters are designed to remove the Excess Iron content present in the feed water with minimum
The working principal of Most iron filtration systems operate on oxidizing the iron (oxidation) to convert it
from a ferrous (dissolved or soluble) to a ferric or undissolved state. Once the iron is converted to ferric
state, it is precipitated on a filter bed.
For low Iron content in feed water, the Filter consists of Manganese Zeolite, where the iron is oxidized to
insoluble hydrated oxides that are removed by the mechanical filtering action of the Zeolite bed.