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EC4 OxyTech Features

Immediate Condition Response
Push any button and the EC4 OxyTech wakes up to display the system status with any applicable instructions or messages.

Power Outage Recovery
If power is lost during the regeneration process, the EC4 OxyTech will automatically recover and complete the process once power is restored. This feature ensures that filtered water is always available.
Service Required Alarm

The EC4 OxyTech

supports an alarm that informs the user of service required or otherregular maintenance.

Large Interactive Display
The EC4 OxyTech provides easy-to-read and understand system information via a two-line LCD display. Messages scroll across the display identifying the menu being accessed.

Information Center

Simple access to the EC4 OxyTech’s Information Center menu prOVides the customer with information about their system, water quality, usage profile and general support data. Aids both the customer and the dealer when troubleshooting the unit.

Filter Media
The EC4 OxyTech media is a special blend of four minerals, each with specific removal characteristics. This mineral maintains a long material life with a relatively low attrition loss and a wide temperature performance range.

How the EC4 OxyTech Works

Step 1: Water enters the EC4 OxyTech compressed aeration chamber. As the water passes through the compressed air chamber, the water becomes highly oxygenated. As the water continues to flow though the tank, the oxygenated water converts the iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide from dissolved minerals and gasses to physical particles.

Step 2: The highly oxygenated water then flows through the multimedia filter bed where iron, manganese and elemental Sulphur are trapped in the multimedia bed.

Step 3: At pre-determined intervals the system will backwash and reduce all contaminants from the filter media.

Application Limitations

The influent water must be between 6.8-9.0. Iron Maximum of 10 ppm of ferrous (clear water) and/or ferric (red water) iron. If iron is present, the pH should be below 8.5. Higher pH conditions may cause the formation of colloidal iron, which is very difficult to remove.

Iron Bacteria
If iron bacteria are present, frequent service may occur and the life of the system may be limited. By properly controlling the iron bacteria with chlorine or other approved methods for bacterial reduction, the system will function properly.

Hydrogen Sulfide
Maximum of 10 ppm.

Limit 2.0 ppm; amounts over 2.0 ppm may gradually prevent iron removal. For optimum manganese reduction, the pH should be between 8.0-9.0. If iron is also present, the pH should be below 8.5.

The presence of chlorine in the raw water supply should be limited to a maximum of 1.0 ppm.

Organic Mater (Tannins)
The presence of organics above 2.0 ppm may hinder the operation of the system.