Soda Ash Injection System for Acidic Water - Includes Stenner 85MHP17 Injection Pump & 15 Gal. Solution Tank

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Product Features

Soda Ash Injection

Soda ash injection systems work great at even the lowest pH levels, have no waste water, and don't increase the hardness of your water.

Stenner 85MHP17

Adjustable Stenner 85MHP17 chemical injection pump is self priming up to 25 feet, won't vapor lock or lose prime, is easy to connect with the included installation kit, and comes with 110V power supply. The pump can connect diretly to your well pump switch to come on and off in tandem with your well pump. Includes 1 Year manufacturer's warranty.

Soda Ash

Soda ash is a sodium carbonate powder that dissolves easily in water and aggressively corrects very low, acidic pH levels. The 50 lb. bag typically lasts 1-2 years for most households.

15 Gallon Solution Tank

The 15 gallon solution tank is a natural translucent white color and has a large opening at the top for adding water and soda ash. The solution typically lasts 2-3 months before needing before needing filled again.

Product Description

The complete soda ash injection system includes a 50 lb. bag of soda ash, the Stenner 85MHP17 adjustable pump, and a 15 gallon solution tank. Great for very acidic water with very low pH levels and won't increase water hardness.

Please note: Wells with variable speed pumps will need the proportional injection system for consistent dosing.

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    soda ash injection system

    Posted by Rick on Aug 25 2018

    Great product and a great honest company. I would suggest that you come up with a sizing program to assist customers in dosing and flow calculations. Easy to do in XL. I could have actually used a larger injection pump because my water flows were higher than the norm but instead I throttled back the flow from the well. It all works very well and am very happy with end result.

  • 4
    Works great, but wiring can be tricky

    Posted by Diggity on Jan 7 2016

    Works great, but wiring can be tricky

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