Free Water Testing & Information Request Form
Ozone Pure Water has the ability to test your water for system compatibility as well as contaminate analysis. You can be sure that the equipment designed for your application will work as promised through consideration of the following possible contaminants:
- Iron/Iron Bacteria
- Tannic Acids
- Colloidal particles (cloudy water)
- Sulfur (must be tested on site)
- What Is The Compatibility Test
What Is The Compatibility Test
The Compatibility Test is a miniature ozone system comprised of the same three steps as the larger residential, and commercial/industrial systems:
- OZONE INJECTION = oxidation
- OFF GAS = the release of noxious odors
- FILTRATION = where the particulate matter is removed
How Do I Get My Water Tested?
1. Send us a 16 oz. raw (prior to existing treatment) water sample. Let the water run for 5-10 minutes. Over-fill the bottle then cap it with no air space.
2. Complete the information form below and send it with your sample or via email.
*** The test is FREE.
Upon completion of the Compatibility Test there will be no doubt as to the success of your job
When you contact us, please let us know the following:
1) What type of water you wish to treat (bottle, well, livestock, swimming pool, cooling tower, etc).
2) What is the raw water quality/analysis (send a water analysis if available)?
3) What water quality you wish the water to be after treatment?
4) How many gallons or liters per minute is the maximum yield?
5) How many gallons or liters per day are used?
6) Is this system for you or for resell?
7) What is your complete address?
8) Is there an existing automatic sprinkler system or usage other than the home?
Answering the above questions will give us an accurate idea of the system you require.
Rule of thumb Sulfur (rotten egg odor) Test...which really works
Fill a 12oz glass of sulfur water. Smell it immediately to verify there is sulfur present. Hold it away from your nose and move away from the area. Wait 2 minute with the glass held away from you so you cannot smell the sulfur. If you cannot smell the rotten egg odor you have <3 ppm (generally).
GPM Recovery Test
Tools needed: (a) Accurate psi gauge. (b) 5 gal bucket. (c) Watch.
1) Make sure water system is at full pressure (psi).
2) Make sure no water is being used during the test.
3) Turn off well pump.
4) Drain water into bucket until there is no more pressure.
· How many gallons did you drain?
5) Close drain valve.
6) Turn on pump and time in seconds until the pump turns off.
· How many seconds did the pump run?
* Repeat 2 or 3 times for consistency.
Formula to figure GPM recovery rate:
Gallons divided by seconds X 60 = GPM.
If you need assistance, please fill out the form below or contact us directly