Commercial Fluoride Removal Water Filter Systems
Crystal Quest Commercial Fluoride Removal Systems are designed and manufactured for outstanding service and are ideal for treating a variety of different water problems. Utilizing the best filtration media and components, our systems outperform and outlast the competition.
Why Choose Us?
We work with you to select, or design, the most effective system for your needs by analyzing all of your objectives.
Our systems are designed and optimized for longevity, utilizing only top quality components and filtration media.
Built around the idea of minimal maintenance, our systems aid in decreasing your overall operational expenses.
Our modular systems can be arranged and designed to optimally accommodate any use-case imaginable.
Our automatic backwashing control valves extend the life of your filtration media, reduce maintenance, and increase effectiveness.
Our large selection of tank sizes will accomodate for various flow rates ranging from 14 to 205 gallons per minute.
This System Treats
This system removes metals through a mixture of adsorption and chemical reaction with the media and is pecifically designed to have a high affinity for Fluoride, Lead and Arsenic. The system is available in Aluminum Oxide, Calcium GAC, or a mixed blend. All three options contain ERA 6500 and 9500, aiding in oxidation and bacteria prevention.
Whether the water you're using is an ingredient, a part of the manufacturing process, or utilized for sanitation and cleaning purposes - the water you use impacts the taste, color, odor, and consistency of the quality you provide.
High quality water means better service in industries like Salons, Spas, or even Pet Grooming that's better for your skin and hair – or fur. Raise your marketing value, while lowering materials cost reduction.
Clean water adds marketing value to your development, not to mention higher sanitation and cleanliness. Filtered water will also prolong the life of your piping systems throughout your establishment.
Keep up to EPA standards through filtered water that will help to prevent erosion, sinkhole formation, harm to the ecosystem, and much more.
Prevent unwanted contamination to materials and the environment and implement water conservation/sustainability through clean water usage.
Water filtration leads to consistency in production and cost reduction in water usage (cheaper to heat clean water and equipment will last longer).
Prevent infections (major liability reduction) and create sustainability and consistency of vendor.
Provision of clean water for students, teachers, and children, especially in lab or culinary based settings.
Water filtration through community will meet regulatory requirements for Health and Protection. Particularly, with a focus on removal of heavy metals & unwanted contaminants from wastewater.
|Service Flow Rate ( GPM)|
|Cu. Ft. Resin||3||4||7||10||15||20||30||40|
|Mineral Tank Size (in.)||14x65||16x65||21x62||24x72||30x72||36x72||42x72||48x72|
|Service flow (gpm)||15||20||35||60||75||185||200||205|
|Peak flow (gpm)||22||41||60||95||140||250||270||280|
|Backwash flow (gpm)||5||7||12||15||25||35||50||65|
|Space Required (in.) (WxDxH)||15x16x75||17x18x75||23x24x84||24x24x95||32x32x95||40x48x95||46x54x95||52x60x95|
|Service Flow Rates (GPM)|
Fluoride (F-) is a common constituent of many minerals. Municipal water treatment plants commonly add fluoride to the water to prevent tooth decay. Generally they try to maintain a level of 1.5 - 2.5 mg/l. Concentrations above 5 mg/l are detrimental to tooth structure. High concentrations are contained in waste water from the manufacturing of glass and steel, as well as from foundry operations. Organic fluoride is present in vegetables, fruits and nuts. Inorganic fluorine, under the name of sodium fluoride, is a waste product of aluminum and is used in some rat poisons. The MCL for drinking water established by the U.S. EPA is 4 mg/l.
How It Works
Fluoride Removal Media is a synthetic aluminum oxide that is specially processed to have a minimum of fines and other foreign matter. It removes metals through a combination of adsorption and chemical reaction with the media. Therefore, the removal is not dependent on ion exchange, yet has a uniform particle size similar to ion exchange resins. It has a minimum shrinking or swelling, and low pressure loss. Fluoride Removal Media is physically stable and can be used over a wide pH range.
Crystal Quest® Commercial Fluoride Water Filters utilize high capacity synthetic adsorbent media that is highly selective for fluoride, lead and arsenic. An extremely high surface area and pore distribution give this media the highest possible operating capacity and the lowest possible leakage.