Hague Water conditioner for H2S

Old 09-29-08, 07:02 AM
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Hague Water conditioner for H2S

For H2S water conditions at .7-1ppm levels what other information about the water quality is useful when designing a system to condition it? We have looked at the Hague water max to date and are considering Kinetico.
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Who can measure that amount of H2S? Anyway, you must oxidize it, and all other things that are in the water that can be oxidized will be. So how much iron and manganese is in the water is important; among other things. So what else is in your water analysis?

Is the H2S in both hot and colds waters or just the hot?

I see you're having a problem with a heating system and 'they' say the H2S is responsible. Why would this small amount of H2S be responsible, and why didn't they know it was there when they installed their system?

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