Redox media, non-chemical water treatment remove up to 98% of water-soluble cations
(positively-charged ions) of lead, mercury, copper, nickel, chromium, and other dissolved
When filtered through Our media, soluble lead cations are reduced to insoluble lead
atoms, which are electroplated onto the surface of the media. Other heavy metals bond
to the media and may be recovered when the exhausted media pass through a copper
New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection and Energy uses redox alloy
medium in point-of-entry treatment systems (POET) to remove mercury in residential
applications. This media consistently reduce mercury from initial concentrations of 13
ppb through 24 ppb (parts per billion) to concentration levels below 0.5 ppb.
Major U.S. circuit board manufacturer uses this media for 94.4% of lead removal in the
effluent water used to rinse off printed circuit boards. The water is now recycled
in a closed-loop rinse-down system, which saves the company approximately
$10,000 each year..