Peroxide Injection System

Why use a Peroxide Injection System?

Hydrogen Sulfide is usually measured in parts per million.  Levels as low as one tenth of one part per million are detectable by the human senses.  Levels in water have been tested as high as one hundred and fifty parts per million.  Ohio Health and Safety states that anyone within a closed space should wear a respirator if the hydrogen sulfide level is ten parts per million or higher.  People with hydrogen sulfide in their water supply are at risk when showering in the water due to the respiratory exposure.

The preferred method of sulfur oxidation when using a chemical has to be hydrogen peroxide.  This versatile chemical is a better oxidant when treating sulfur that any other commonly available chemical.  It takes less chemical and requires less system maintenance than any other chemical treatment method currently available.

Injectors and feed pumps plug less often.  Oxidation fallout is held to a minimum.  The service life of most medias such as catalytic carbon are actually extended by the peroxide.  Injecting a 7% concentration of hydrogen peroxide into the water can effectively remove hydrogen sulfide concentrations as high as forty parts per million.

Sulfur Removal

  1. Pressure Tank and pressure switch
  2. Static Mixer
  3. Chemical feed pump
  4. Chemical storage tank
  5. 40 gal. mixing tank
  6. Automatic backwashing carbon filter
  7. Water Softener and Brine tank (optional)
  8. Reverse Osmosis drinking water system (optional)