Article | April 2, 2019

Achieving Higher Flow Rates And Smaller System Footprints For Iron Removal With Manganese Dioxide Filter Media

By Gerry Bulfin

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Traditional processes used to remove iron and manganese from groundwater have commonly included oxidation with chlorine followed by a filter with sand or other media.

The filter media typically used to remove iron after oxidation include a mixed media of filter sands and anthracite; or filter media such as silica or greensand that are coated with a layer of manganese, or a special type of high purity manganese dioxide ore.

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