Groundwater often contains dissolved and undissolved iron and manganese. These elements cause brown deposits on the machine parts that come into contact with the water. As a result, installations suffer from poorly functioning processes, pollution and a shortened service life. Moreover, iron and manganese also give the water an unpleasant taste and smell.
The best way to avoid all these problems is iron removal. The de-ironing process usually goes through an aeration phase and one or more filtration phases.