NITRATES

NITRATES: ORIGINS AND HEALTH AFFECTS Nitrogen is essential for plant growth, but the presence of excessive amounts in water supplies presents a major pollution problem.  Nitrogen compounds may enter water as nitrates or be converted to nitrates from Read more

SILICA

WHAT IS SILICA? Silica is a collective term that encompasses all reactive and inert forms of the chemically resistant dioxide SiO2 of silicon or silicates.  It is formed from silicon and oxygen in combination with one or more minerals or metals.  Read more

BACTERIA

Coliform bacteria are a common contaminant in water wells across the country, and are classified under primary drinking water standards as established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  Coliform bacteria is a term to describe a large Read more

TANNINS

WHAT ARE TANNINS? Most people expect their drinking water to be safe and colorless.  Some water sources, however, appear to have a yellow or brown color to them that does not settle out, like that from iron discoloration.  At times, the color may Read more

Master Fusion System Maintenance and Care

The Master Fusion Series systems all require annual maintenance to ensure they're effectiveness.  The ozone generators on Master Fusion products are delivered factory tested, calibrated, and adjusted for maximum efficiency and long life.  Simple Read more

The Master Fusion Series and Ozone Technology

What is Ozone? Ozone is a very strong oxidizing agent that is a highly reactive and unstable form of oxygen. Oxygen occurs naturally as O2 in the atmosphere and is very stable.  Oxygen is also present in the form of ozone or O3 and is created Read more

Acid Neutralizers and pH Correction

What is pH? The pH of your drinking water reflects how acidic or alkaline it is. pH stands for "potential of hydrogen", referring to the amount of hydrogen present in water, and it is measured on a logarithmic scale between 0 and 14.  This means Read more