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The DFW Water Experts have dedicated professionals, partnered with top engineers with decades of commercial water treatment experience. Over the years, we have built a reputation for using the newest high quality commercial water treatment systems. Our filters provide high quality filtered water. The systems are engineered and thoroughly tested to provide years of reliable, trouble free performance with minimal maintenance.
The DFW Water Experts at BP Lone Star provide the North Texas area with superior quality water filtration & treatment products. As water industry professionals, we assure our customers with the latest technology that has proven to provide high quality water, benefit our health, and long-lasting with the contaminants found in our water systems. Whether you are on municipal water or well water, get your water tested today. Bacteria are the smallest and most plentiful living organisms. When testing water supplies for disease-causing organisms, an indicator organism (a group of bacteria that is referred to as coliform bacteria) is used to check for bacteriological contamination. The coliform group of bacteria is detected by testing water samples and is used to measure the bacteriological contamination. At DFW Water Experts we use National Testing Labs for bacteriological testing. We are committed to providing the highest quality testing services available.
DFW Water Experts is a full service company that are licensed by the state and insured. We provide the DFW area with a full line of professional filtration products for treating various water conditions.
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BIRM - For the reduction of dissolved iron and manganese compounds. The Birm media is not consumed in the iron removal operation resulting in a low attrition loss. It has a wide temperature performancerange and extremely high removal efficiency. The mediadoes not require chemicals for regeneration and only periodic backwashing is required.
CHEM FREE - Removes dissolved, precipitated and bacterial iron from water supply with no chemicals added to the water supply or the filter.
GREENSAND - For the oxidation and removal of iron, manganese, and hydrogen sulfide. Provides filtration level to 30 micron. Requires a potas- sium permanganate, chlorine, or other strong oxidant injection assembly to assist oxidative capacity of thefilter media.
MULTI-MEDIA - For removal of sediment, dirt and other forms of suspended matter. Pro-vides particle filtration down to 10 micron with increased service flow rate per square foot bed area over tradi-tional sand media filters. Media has excellent chemicalproperties—high silica content and low soluble calcium, magnesium and iron compounds.
NEUTRALZING - Raise the pH of acid-ic water to neutralize corrosiveness and protect fixtures, pipes and appliances.
NEXTSAND - Remove suspended solids, ferric hydroxide (red water iron) or sediment from your well or water system down to 5 microns. Nexsand has proven extremely effective and will provide double the service flow rates of Multi-Media or Sand Filters.
Black nodular granules of manganese-coated natural greensands - used for removing soluble iron and/or manganese as well as hydrogen sulfide. It must be either continuously or periodically regenerated with potassium permanganate.
Has a high degree of activity and speed of pH correction, allowing high flow
Calcium Carbonate (also known as Calcite)
(Slow dissolve, crushed marble)
Acidic waters on contact slowly dissolve the calcium carbonate media to raise the pH which reduces the potential leaching of copper, lead and other metals found in typical plumbing systems. Periodic backwash- ing will prevent packing and maintain high service rates. Depending on pH and service flow, the bed will have to be periodically added to as the dissolved cal- cium carbonate depletes. As the calcium carbonate neutralizes the water, it will increase hardness and a softener may become necessary after the neutralizing filter.