Commercial Nitrate Removal Water Filter Systems

Crystal Quest Commercial Nitrate Removal Filtration 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.

Commerical Nitrate Removal Water Filtration System

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.


Eaglesorb Nitrate Removal

This System Treats

This media is designed particularly for nitrate removal even when moderate to high concentrations of sulphate are present.


Industry Applications

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.


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Technical Information

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Service Flow Rate ( GPM)
15 20 35 60 75 185 200 205
Model CQE-CO-02083 CQE-CO-02084 CQE-CO-02085 CQE-CO-02086 CQE-CO-02087 CQE-CO-02088 CQE-CO-02089 CQE-CO-02090
Valve 2510 2850 2850 2900 2900 3900 3900 3900
Pipe Size 1" 1.5" 1.5" 2" 2" 3" 3" 3"
PSI Range 35-60 35-60 35-60 35-60 35-60 35-60 35-60 35-60
Cu. Ft. Media 3 4 7 10 15 20 30 40
Gravel, lbs. 30 80 100 200 400 500 700 900
Mineral Tank Size (in.) 14x65 16x65 21x62 24x72 30x72 36x72 42x72 48x72
Brine Tank Size (in.) 24x41 24x41 24x50 30x50 39x48 39x60 42x60 50x60
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) 48x26x73 50x26x84 56x26x84 64x32x95 79x41x95 85x41x95 94x44x95 114x50x96
15 20 35 60 75 185 200 205
Service Flow Rates (GPM)

Nitrate (NO3-) is one of the major ions in natural water. It comes into water supplies through the nitrogen cycle rather than via dissolved minerals. Natural bacteria in soil converts nitrogen into nitrate. Rain or irrigation water can carry nitrate down through the soil into groundwater.

Nitrate in drinking water occurs when septic systems, feed lots and agricultural fertilizers contaminate ground water supplies. Your drinking water may contain nitrate if your well draws from this groundwater.

Nitrate is reduced to nitrite in the human body. The U.S. EPA's MCL for nitrate is 10mg/l.

Crystal Quest Commercial Nitrate Removal Systems contain a special nitrate selective resin. Nitrate reduction is 90% to 95% and breakthrough is not affected by sodium levels. The media is regenerated by a sodium chloride brine solution.

Signs & Symptoms

Only in cases of high-level contamination will immediate signs or symptoms appear. These would be experienced most often by infants and include shortness of breath and blue coloration of the skin. Over long periods of exposure, complications of the spleen may occur. The most common way of finding out about high-level nitrates in drinking water is by the media (newspapers, TV, radio, etc.) though there are tests available to detect even low-level nitrate presence.

What Causes It?

Fertilizers are the most common sources of nitrate contamination via potassium nitrate and ammonium nitrate. Nitrates don’t bond to soil or evaporate so they are often able to sink into wells and aquifers which may serve as drinking water sources. Stream runoff and other means of groundwater contamination contribute to the majority of nitrates found in wells and water supplies.

Primary Concerns

Health risks are definitely a concern with the presence of nitrates. Excessive levels of nitrates in drinking water have caused serious illness and sometimes death. In infants, the seriousness is due to the body’s tendency to convert nitrates to nitrites, which negatively affects the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood. Blue discolorations of the skin accompanied by shortness of breath are diagnostic findings of this phenomenon. Long-term exposure is found to cause splenic hemorrhaging, leading to diuresis.

Solutions

Ion Exchange and Reverse Osmosis are two EPA-approved methods of nitrate removal. The responsibility to detect nitrate levels and implement solutions is usually on the shoulders of your local water authority. However, those who draw drinking water from wells and other unsupervised sources should contact local water authorities or their local water professionals for proper tests and for available solutions in cases where high nitrate levels are found.

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