The Commers B Series Iron Filtration System is a chemical-free alternative to traditional iron filters. Designed to work in conjunction with a Commers IM or Evolve Series Softener, the B Series is the first line of treatment for iron-bearing private wells. The chemicals used in traditional iron filters require careful handling and can become a health hazard if used improperly. Our system features a highly customizable metered valve head. This valve head controls a filtration system that uses air to oxidize dissolved iron and effectively trap and filter the highest levels of iron without using expensive chemicals. The B Series is a critical piece of a properly designed Commers system that will provide clear, clean, soft and iron-free water throughout your home and make iron staining a thing of the past.
Two convenient sizes for any size or usage includes 50 and 75.
Commers Water Company offers a full range of water treatment, including water purification and filtration. Commers has been working with purification and drinking water concerns for more than 40 years, long before drinking water was a national concern. Commers invented its first drinking water system in 1978 and was the first to bring these types of systems to Minnesota. In a continuing effort to pioneer the drinking water field, Commers began to work with a new technology called reverse osmosis in 1980. Working closely with the inventor of residential reverse osmosis drinking systems for decades, Commers Water has more experience with drinking water systems and water purification than any other dealer in the State of Minnesota.
Our water softeners come with different size brine tanks to fit any space large or small. See the options below
Hard water is bad enough, but well water often presents greater treatment challenges. For example, 15% of private wells in Minnesota exceed the legal limit for arsenic, which is a tasteless, odorless, invisible carcinogen. Other environmental factors, including iron, tannins and hydrogen sulfide, also plague well water.
Commers Water offers a free, in-home water analysis to determine the hardness of your water or whether you have a problem with your drinking water. Our experts will test your well water and discuss any issues with you—at no cost or obligation.
Contact Commers to schedule a free water test, discuss water softener options, talk about drinking water solutions for your home or business, or schedule a salt delivery. We look forward to hearing from you and helping with your water treatment needs!