Anthracite: Performs nearly identical to a sand bed, but is used in applications where silica pick-up from the sand is objectionable.

Silver Sand: The most common filter media, used in most filtration systems. Generally, fine mesh sand is coupled with a course grain support bed to remove suspended solids and turbidity.

Gravel: Has a highly spherical shape that promotes good flow and even distribution in support beds.

Activated Carbon: This media is recommended for the removal of unpleasant tastes, odors, de-chlorination, and organic contaminant absorption.

Manganese Greensand: This media is capable of reducing iron, manganese, and hydrogen sulfide from water through oxidation and filtration.

KDF: This patented media has the ability to remove and/or reduce chlorine, iron oxide, sediment,  hydrogen sulfide, heavy metals, microorganisms through a process called oxidation reduction (Redox).

ChemSorb®: Used as a filter bed (or tank) material in lieu of sand/anthracite, pecan shells or other, coarse filtration material efficiently removes suspended solids and fine turbidity particles. The filter granules physically filter and trap the suspended solids. In addition, the granules remove a wide range of colloidal and soluble, inorganic metallic, contaminants by surface sorption, chemical binding, charge-neutralization,  coagulation, reactions and/or ionic, ion exchange phenomena.

Softener Resin: This resin is a high purity and capacity premium grade bead form conventional gel polystyrene copolymer cation exchange resin. Used for water softening in food processing, beverage, and potable water applications. This resin also has excellent physical and chemical properties with resistance to oxidation.

DI Resin: This resin is used for high quality water applications and the removal of total dissolved solids. DI resin attracts minerals and trace elements of the raw water, and binds them to the resin.