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First Test your water and analyse the contamination before the selection of filteration system

After testing the well water, the water testing lab will issue a water analysis report or water test result certificate in a standard format as per the Indian Water standards. The water test results will show all the possible harmful contaminants listed and the actual value of contaminant present in the well or bore well water sample. Against the actual value of contaminants present in the well water sample will also be given the acceptable maximum limit of that contaminant according to the Indian water standards or in according to the WHO guideline water standards. Depending on the water test results of the well or borewell water, we will design the best suitable system to solve your water problem and provides you the most advanced best solutions

If you are on safe side on your Water Test report

If you are lucky with your bore or well water and the well water test results proves that the well water is kind of okay and does not have any contaminants above the maximum contaminant level or MCL as recommended by the local governemnt or WHO Water Standards, then all you need to do is to have a simple water purifier for kitchen only for drinking and cooking purpose to remove bacteria virus,odours and to improve the taste of water. The best systems we have recomended on our Online Store page here.

If your water test report denotes a problem like some parameters are excess than the permissible limits, you should submit the copy of same with us. We will be suggesting you a permanent solution for same

How to remove Arsenic from borewell or well water

If the test results show that there is Arsenic or other heavy metal poisoning of the well or borwell water, then the best way to purify well water will be to use a Reverse Osmosis or RO purifier unit. There are other methods to remove Arsenic from well water but RO is the most practical and reliable way to get rid of Arsenic from water. Arsenic is a major problem of borewell water in many parts of the world. Since Arsenic salts in well water has no smell or taste, you will not know about the presence of Arsenic in water unless the water is tested. So testing for Arsenic is imperative when using well water for drinking. Drinking water with Arsenic can cause severe damage to health. Arsenic poisoning is cumulative, that means any water Arsenic that gets into your body is not removed, but stays in the body and accumulates. As you continue to drink the Arsenic water, you are being slowly poisoned and with time it will cause severe health problems and early death. Arsenic and other heavy metals in well water is one of the most dangerous aspects of drinking well water. So you should have a fail safe water purifier system for Arsenic by installing a Point of Use - POE RO water purifier in the kitchen where water for drinking and cooking is taken. The POE RO should be in addition to the whole house well water purification system against Arsenic in the well water. Arsenic can be removed by oxidation with chlorine (Sodium Hypochlorite) or potassium permanganate or coagulation with ferric chloride and then filtering it. Activated alumina and ion exchange resins are also effective. The best option to purify Arsenic well water is by installing an RO plant for the whole house water supply.

If it is Smelly well water problem

Sometimes borewell water smells like rotten eggs due to the ground water being contaminated by sulphur compounds or 'sulfur bacteria' which causes Hydrogen Sulphide H2S gas to form in the well water. H2S or Hydrogen Sulphide in well water in very low concentrations can produce very bad rotten egg smell in water. In open wells it could be due to rotting organic matter This problem can be solved by fixing our water treatment plant which is specially designed for this odour removal. Our system will make it fresh and pure water.

If it is Muddy water problem

The main cause of muddy water is the excessive presence of higher turbdity and iron content in your water . Here you should go for our Water treatment plant which is suitable to remove this turbidity completely from your water. The higher amount of turbidity causes stains on your costly bathroom fitting,sanitary and tiles. The turbidity will be seen as yellowish, redish or slightly in orange color. It differes from place to place depends on the soil pattern. Sometimes this turbidity settles down on the bottom of your storage tanks and makes more dirty and might cloge your pipings too

If the problem is excess Iron content

The maximum permissible limit of Iron as Fe in your water should be 0.3 ppm. If this limit exceeds, you will face several probelms in your water like color change, formation of an oily layer on top of water, smell, foggy water. This causes in rusting of pipings and damages tiles and fittings, rust all metals wherever water comes to contact, damages clothes too much, hairloss and itching of skin and of course many many internal health problems etc etc.Iron removal from open well or bore well water is important because Iron in water is a very common problem due to the fact that iron is found almost everywhere on the earth's surface. We can completely remove this excessive presence of iron through GWS Iron Removal systems.

Pressure Sand Filter

Pressure Sand Filter is highly recommended for the removal of suspended & visible impurities like sand, dust particles & heavy metals etc.PSF is an ideal solution for the systems with high sediment, silt, sand, and turbidity. Our Sand filters are well established in media filtration technology. The sand filters are specially designed to take care of the range of suspended impurities.

Our unique design ensures the maximum utilization of the surface area, lesser pressure drop across the pressure bed and effective elimination of the impurities. The strength, stability and micro-porous character of filtration media make our sand filter suitable for virtually every application in the water treatment industry

Active carbon Filters

Activated carbon is used to remove pollutants from air or water streams, both in the field and in industrial process such as spill cleanup, groundwater remediation, drinking water filtration, air purification, and the capture of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Activated carbon filters and carbon filter media are also used in odor control and reverse osmosis applications.

Active carbon is available in various forms. Examples include activated carbon beds and activated carbon blankets. There are two main types of activated carbon beds: fixed and fluidized beds offer excellent gas distribution and lower resistance to gas flow

Activated carbon blankets are used to absorb fumes and odors from products such as new carpenting, cars, furniture and homes. Some of their features include, large adsorption volume, fast adsorption speed, heat resistance and chemical resistance.

Iron , Manganese and Arsenic Removal Filter

GWS offers a filtration technology, for the removal of troublesome Iron, Manganese and Arsenic from ground water and surface water sources. The water filtration media has extremely high capabilities of removing both iron and manganese simultaneously through low cost catalytic oxidation and retention of precipitate. Sodium hydrochloride is used as the oxidizing agent. The benefit over manganese green sand filters is the higher removal efficiency and less stringent handling procedures required for sodium hydrochloride as opposed to potassium permanganate.

Birm is an efficient and economical method of removing dissolved iron and manganese compounds from raw water supplies. The physical characteristics of Birm provide an excellent filter media which is easily cleaned by backwashing to remove the precipitant. Birm is not consumed by iron removal and therefore offers a tremendous economic advantage over many other iron removal methods. Birm is not meant for removal of hydrogen sulfide or that "rotten egg" odor. A manganese greensand filter , or The Terminator air injection system is more suited for that task.

Manganese Greensand is formulated from a glauconite greensand which is capable of removing iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide from water through oxidation and filtration. Manganese and soluble iron are oxidized and precipitated by contact with higher oxides of manganese on the greensand granules. The hydrogen sulfied is eliminated by oxidation to sulfate and an insoluble precipitate. When the manganese greensand bed is saturated, it is regenerated with a weak potassium permanganate solution which is rinsed down the drain. The potassium permanganate is available locally at nearly all hardware and home improvement stores

Details of Manganese green sand filters pull iron and sulfur from water. Green sand media requires a chemical called potassium permanganate. Permanganate coats over the green sand every time it backwashes. Permanganate is a strong oxidizer to iron and sulfur. As the water runs thru the green sand the permanganate oxidized the iron and sulfur so the green sand can remove it.


  • Iron reduction over wide pH range
  • Effective reduction of hydrogen sulfide in addition to iron and/or manganese
  • No harmful effects from a chlorine feed
  • Low attrition for long bed life

Iron filters using Birm Media utilize dissolved oxygen in the water to help oxidize iron so the birm can remove more efficiently

Terminator Water Treatment Systems

Terminator Water Treatment Systems Eliminate iron, sulphur and turbidity without the use of expensive chemicals. The Terminator can correct rusty water stains and rotten egg odors through its filtration system. Periodic backwashing is all that is required to keep The Terminator working at peak performance. Terminator systems are not recommended for water systems using a jet pump.


  • No chemicals to purchase for maintenance. Regeneration not required
  • Iron removal efficiency is extremely high.
  • Negligible labor cost: only periodicbackwashing required.

Durable material with a long life and wide temperature range.

IRON REMOVAL BY Katalox-Light®: Advanced Catalytic Filter Media

High content(10%) gamma Manganese dioxide (MnO2) coated ZEOSORB

Katalox-Light® Removal methods

  1. Mechanical Filtration (fine particles, TSS, Turbidity etc.)
  2. Catalytic precipitation and sorption (Fe, Mn, Cu, Pb etc.)
  3. Adsorbtion (flocculant formation and adsorption of As, Heavy Metals, Radionuclides)

Filtration (≤ 3 µm) of:
  • Total Suspended Solids
  • Sediments
  • Turbidity
  • Organics
  • Colour (some, organic)
  • Odour
Removal of:
  • Iron (Inlet conc. up to. 100 mg/L)
  • Manganese (Inlet conc. up to 20 mg/L)
  • Arsenic
  • Hydrogen sulfide
  • Uranium, Radium
  • Heavy Metals
  • Radionuclide
Best features:
  • WQA Certified to meet ANSI/NSF 61 standard for Drinking Water applications
  • Very high surface area
  • High MnO2 coating (10%)
  • Contains NO crystalline Silica
  • No mandatory dosing required
  • Light weight media - saves backwash water
  • Replacement frequency every 7-10 years

Why Katalox-Light is "The Best" compared to other products in the market?

  • Much higher gamma Manganese coating (10%) for better filtration, more service life, while keeping the bulk density close to the density of water 1000 kg/m³ (Katalox-Light Bulk Density: 1060 kg/m³).
  • Heavier the media requires higher backwash rates and extra pumps (Energy) to backwash. Velocity of 60 - 98 m/h (25 – 40 gpm/ft²) Backwash and rinse rate is normal for Heavier medias.

Advanced Features of Katalox-Light

  • Fracking: Reducing radionuclide waste in fracking wastewater
  • Industrial waste water
  • Cooling tower re-circulation: dramatically reducing the blow-down water and using part of it in re-circulation process
  • Reverse Osmosis Pre-treatment: Increasing the membrane life-span 3-4 times more
  • Cyanide removal
  • Removal of Arsenic by the method of co-precipitation
  • Radionuclide removal (Radium, Uranium)

Water Softeners

Hard Water contains dissolved minerals in the form of Calcium (Ca), Magnesium (Mg), and Iron (Fe). Removal of these minerals is accomplished by softening the water through an ion exchange process. As the water flows through the mineral tank, the dissolved minerals become attached to the resin, creating soft water. Over a period of time the resin will become exhausted, and the softener will regenerate using a brine solution produced from the salt in the brine tank.

  • Prevents Hard Water Scale
  • Provides Excellent Scale Prevention Pretreatment for Reverse Osmosis Systems
  • Prevents Staining on Bathroom & Kitchen Fixtures as well as Dishes, Dishwasher, Washing Machine & Clothes
  • Significantly Reduces Soap and Cleaning Product Consumption
  • Reduces Water Heating Costs
  • Prolongs Life of RO Membranes, Water Heaters, Icemakers, Dishwashers, Coffeemakers & Plumbing Fixtures
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