DIFFERENT ISSUES WE CAN TREAT YOUR WATER FOR

Bacteria

Bacteria

Iron Deposits

Iron Deposits

Chemicals

Chemicals

Sediment

Sediment

Sulphur

Sulphur

Calcium

Calcium

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DIFFERENT ISSUES WE CAN TREAT YOUR WATER FOR

Bacteria In Your Water:

Water bacteria is a common and harmless organism that can be found in all water bodies. The presence of these bacteria does not necessarily mean that the water is harmful. However, if the water contains high levels of bacteria, it can cause health problems. Water bacteria can cause intestinal problems, such as diarrhea and stomach cramps. They can also cause respiratory problems, such as bronchitis and pneumonia. In extreme cases, water bacteria can cause death. The most common way that water bacteria causes health problems is by causing gastrointestinal problems. These problems can be mild or severe, and can last from a few days to a few months. If you are feeling sick after using the water

Iron Sediments:

Iron is an essential mineral for both plant and animal life. It helps with the production of energy in cells and is necessary for the production of hemoglobin, the protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen. Iron is also important for the growth of new cells. When iron is present in water, it can form a colorful precipitate called rust. Iron is a component of many minerals and can be found in groundwater, surface water, and even some marine waters. The concentration of iron in water can be affected by many factors, including pH, temperature, and presence of other minerals. The concentration of iron can also be affected by natural processes such as evaporation and precipitation. If you are concerned about the presence of iron in your water, you should contact our team at Stellar Water to have your water tested.

Chemicals:

Drinking water sources may contain a variety of contaminants that, at elevated levels, have been associated with increased risk of a range of diseases in children, including acute diseases such as gastrointestinal illness, developmental effects such as learning disorders, endocrine disruption, and cancer. Because children tend to take in more water relative to their body weight than adults do, children are likely to have higher exposure to drinking water contaminants.

Sediments:

The unpleasant odor, taste and color that water often has, can be caused by iron and manganese. Iron can cause reddish-brown stains on laundry, porcelain, dishes, utensils, glassware, sinks, fixtures and concrete. Manganese can cause brownish-black stains on the same materials. Iron and manganese deposits build up in pipelines, pressure tanks, water softeners and water heaters. These deposits reduce water flow and pressure.

Sulphur:

Sulfur and sulfates occur naturally in the environment in the soil and rocks. Eventually, these sulfates dissolve and enter the groundwater supply, which means that it often also gets into the well water and municipal water supplies. Sulfates do not produce gas and are odorless. In contrast, hydrogen sulfide gas does provide the odor that you recognize as rotten eggs. It also occurs naturally for a variety of reasons, including bacteria and rotting plant matter. In some cases, hydrogen sulfide can also arise from water heaters that have magnesium rods and wells that were drilled in shale. While there are multiple different causes of sulfur water, there’s a good chance that you want to fix it.

Calcium Buildup:

Water described as “hard” contains high amounts of calcium and magnesium, which are naturally found in the Earth’s crust. Total hardness is the sum of the calcium and magnesium concentrations, both expressed as calcium carbonate, in milligrams per liter (mg/L). You can determine your water’s hardness based on these concentrations of calcium carbonate:

Below 75 mg/L – is generally considered soft
76 to 150 mg/L – moderately hard
151 to 300 mg/L – hard
More than 300 mg/ – very hard

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