removes iron, manganese, sulfur and other substances from the water and creates an oxide, which is then filtered out. Oxides are much more filterable, making the water that has been treated with ozone more easily cleaned. Unlike chlorine, which first reacts with water to form hypochlorous acid and then destroys bacteria, ozone destroys organic bonds directly by attaching to them. Ozone also reacts quickly and does not leave residue behind!
At National Water Service we only install the best non-proprietary equipment on the market. This allows customers flexibility in their water treatment choices both for installation & service.
Contact National Water Service to learn more about Ozone Air Filtration and why in-home water treatment is the consumer-friendly answer to your water wants and needs!
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