Eliminate Rust Iron Stains & Sulfur Rotten Egg Odor

Size: AIO 10" x 44" Iron Filter System 1.25 CF/7gpm Get Rid Rotten Egg Smell
Sale price$1,896.00


Eliminate  Sulfur Rotten Egg Odor & Rust Iron Stains

Foul-smelling or unusual odors from your water should make you question its quality and safety. Some odors indicate the presence of contaminants which may pose a health risk. Other odors, such as those caused by hydrogen sul- fide, are more of a nuisance, only affecting the taste of the water.

 Effects of Sulfur Water

Sulfur in your water supply is easily recognized by its offensive odor. Hydrogen sulfide gas causes the "rotten-egg" or sulfur water smell. Hydrogen sulfide in water causes no known health effects. However, high concentrations do change the taste of the water.

Hydrogen sulfide dissolved in water corrodes metals such as iron, steel, copper and brass. The corrosion of iron and steel from sulfur forms ferrous sulfide or "black water." Hydrogen sulfide in water can blacken silverware and discolor copper and brass utensils.

Sulfur water makes cleaning clothes very difficult. Using chlorine bleach in sulfur water reduces the cleaning power of detergent. Hydrogen sulfide in water also corrodes exposed metal parts in washing machines.

Iron and manganese, often present with hydrogen sulfide, turn the water black and greasy-feeling. If untreated, the water stains laundry, washing machines, sinks and kitchenware. When used in the laundry, chlorine bleach reacts with iron and manganese forming dark rusty or brownish stains on clothes.

 Occurrence & Characteristics

Generally, hydrogen sulfide occurs in concentrations of less than 10 mg/l (milligrams per liter), but occasionally amounts of 50 to 75 mg/l are found. Hydrogen sulfide is more commonly found in ground water supplies than in sur- face water. Hydrogen sulfide gas quickly escapes from surface water.


Sulfur Aeration Removal Method

Aeration (adding air to the water), by itself, may not always reduce the hydrogen sulfide to non-detectable levels. However, the process sometimes reduces the hydrogen sulfide to acceptable amounts.

An aerator is installed between the well and a non-pressurized water storage tank (Figure 3). A diffuser, cascade or spray aeration system above the tank aerates the incoming water. The release of the water pressure and exposure to the air removes some of the sulfur compounds. Oxidation removes some of hydrogen sulfide gas. The process does produce the strong hydrogen sulfide odor near the aerator

Iron Removal Filter Method

An iron removal filter can remove low to moderate amounts (up to around 10 mg/l) of hydrogen sulfide in addition to removing iron and manganese. The filter oxidizes the hydrogen sulfide, converting it into insoluble sulfur which the filtering process then removes.

The filter needs to be regularly recharged with potassium permanganate. The complex recharging process makes the filter system very specialized. The ins- tallation and operation instructions of the manufacturer should be followed precisely. Because the precipitated sulfur can clog the filter, the filter needs regular replacement.





  • Removes Iron, Sulphur & Manganese
  • Up to 10 Gallons Per Minute Flow Rate
  • Removes Up to 7 PPM Iron
  • Removes Up to 8 PPM Sulphur
  • Fleck Backwashing Control Valve

    Chemical Free Iron and Hydrogen Sulfide Filter with Bacterial Control


           Ships with media in tank for easy installations




    • Stops Iron Staining on Sinks, Tubs, and Toilets
    • Protects Laundry from Staining
    • Removes Metallic Taste from Water
    • Removes Rotten Egg Smell
    • Stops Black Stains from Manganese
    • Removes Dirt, Rust & Sediment


    •  SXT or 5600AIO SXT electronic control valve
    • Poly Glass Media Tank
    • 3/4" Stainless Steel Bypass Valve
    • No Chemicals Used
    • Made in the U.S.A.

    Professional Series AIO Control Valve

    • Water use is monitored for peak efficiency

    • Built-in backup of settings during power outages

    • Simple diagnostics and design provide for easy maintenance

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    Faris B.
    Fits great.

    Fits great. screwed in like a glove. Glad to have a better priced filter. We will see how long it works.

    Rosalind K.
    Worth the money!

    I'm writing this an hour after installing the filter. We have well water that is fairly hard. Immediately after installing the filter, the smell we used to get is nearly gone. Even the hot water that used to smell quite bad sometimes is much, much better.

    Stephen J.
    Perfect for high sediment areas

    Great quality and design.

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