3 cu. ft. Digital Greensand 30 system Fleck 2510SXT

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Product Features

Complete System

14-inchx65-inch resin tank
Riser tube with stacked distributor basket
Fleck 2510SXT Control Head
3 cubic feet Greensand
15 Gallon Chemical Tank
Choice of connection

Max-Flow System

Designed for homes with flows matching system capacities

Chemical Regeneration

Requires regeneration with Potassium Permanganate to rejuvenate the media and allow for continued treatment

Removes up to 15 ppm Iron

Causes red/orange staining with levels as low as 0.3 ppm. Treats both ferrous (clear water or dissolved) and ferric (red water or oxidized) iron.

Removes up to 15 ppm Manganese

Can cause black slime buildup in toilet tanks and may impart a metallic taste to the water

Removes up to 5 ppm Hydrogen Sulfide

The cause of rotten egg odor. Incorrectly referred to as sulfur most of the time.

Reduces arsenic

Can reduce arsenic and MAY reduce it enough for EPA guidelines in homes with 50ppb or less

2.14-12.24 GPM Service Flow

Treats flow rates up to 12.24 gallons per minute - See More Info tab for details

12.24 GPM Backwash Flow

Requires a minimum of 12.24 GPM available for backwashing - See More Info tab for details

Fleck 2510SXT Control Head

Durable valve with higher backwash abilities reduces maintenance costs when compared to similar systems with the Fleck 5600 valves. Digital SXT controller provides advanced controls and simplifies user interaction.

Structural USA Resin Tank

Durable, high quality polyglass tank made by a trusted name in tank manufacturing

Manganese Greensand Media

Highly effective media remoes iron, hydrogen sulfide (sulfur), and manganese in a variety of applications

DIY Installation

Simple system connections and detailed installation instructions allow most homeowners to install this system themselves. For those who prefer to leave the work to a professional, most plumbers can install the system in 1-2 hours.

5-Year Control Head Warranty
10-Year Tank Warranty

Product Description

Iron is a common problem in homes today. It causes red staining on fixtures, as well as turning clothes and sometimes even your hair a reddish orange color. Iron bacteria is sometimes present in water with iron, creating a slimy build up in standing water (such as your toilet tank) and can smell like rotting vegetation. Hydrogen Sulphide (mistakenly called sulfur quite frequently) is easily detected by the presence of a "rotten egg" odor, and is sometimes associated with yellow staining. Manganese is most often seen as a black slimy substance that builds in standing water, and may impart a metallic taste to the water.

The Greensand system provides high removal levels at a low price. One of the most popular systems by local distributors, these systems provide excellent treatment in a variety of applications. The media is coated with an oxidizer that allows the system to oxidize the contaminants, and in their oxidized form the contaminants are easily trapped. The system periodically backwashes itself to rinse the contaminants down the drain and regenerates the coating with potassium permanganate.

Controlled by the digital Fleck 2510SXT control head regeneration is automatic to reduce the required maintenance. In addition, the 2510 valve provides durability and backwash flows that exceed the abilities of the 5600SXT and 7000SXT heads commonly used on Greensand systems, further reducing maintenance requirements. The SXT controller simplifies setup and provides advanced options through a simple LCD display and touchpad controls.

More Info

Replacement Media:
GRSD-05 - Qty Needed:6
GRNT-LB - Qty Needed:35
Chemical Needed:
Potassium Permanganate (KMnO4)
Service Flows
Service flow rate is the rate (in gallons per minute) at which the media can effectively treat your water. The lower number is the rate at which the media can continually treat the water, the higher number is the peak rate that can be treated periodically. Service flow rates are based on the manufacturers recommendation for maximum contaminant removal for the media alone, lower contaminant levels MAY be effectively treated at higher flow rates.

Backwash Flow Rates
The backwash flow rate is the minimum rate that MUST be available to ensure proper backwashing and adequate media life. While lower flows can be used and MAY provide adequate results, using less than the recommended flows WILL void the satisfaction guarantee. Warranties on the tank and control valve will remain unaffected.
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