The AdVantEdge™ line of products from AdEdge Water Technologies is a complete line of water treatment products to remove arsenic from drinking water in individual households. The AdVantEdge residential water treatment product line includes single tap or point-of-use (POU) systems and whole house or point-of-entry (POE) systems.
Each system uses GFO (granular ferric oxide) adsorptive media that has been proven to be the best for removing both arsenic III and arsenic V in several U.S. EPA demonstration sites, third-party comparison tests and thousands of successful residential and community water systems across the country.
AdVantEdge™ Medallion Series POE systems are ideal for whole-house arsenic treatment, with no chemicals, no regeneration, low-maintenance arsenic removal for the entire household. It’s the most economical and effective whole-house treatment available. The adsorption process uses Bayoxide® E33 granular ferric oxide to provide the best arsenic removal performance of any available technology. Medallion Series systems also effectively remove a number of other contaminants.
- Dimensions: 9”W x 48”H Fiberglass
- Quantity of AdEdge Media: 1 Cubic Feet
- Media Type: AD33, or other AdEdgeAD series Media
- Normal Flow Rate: 4-6 gpm
- Peak Flow Rate: 6 gpm
- Backwash Max Flow Rate: 5 gpm
- Backwash Cycles: Automatic
- Inlet/Outlet: 1” dia MPT PVC
- Drain: 1/2” connection
- Underbed Material: Gravel / stone
- Shipping Weight: 70 lbs
- Temperature Range: 33 F – 100 F
Arsenic and heavy metal concentration range: 5 – 500 ppb
Typical treatment goal: < 10 ppb total arsenic
Arsenic types reduced: As (V) and As (III)
Removal efficiency: 90-99% typical
Estimated media life: Water quality and usage dependent
- Spent media disposal: Non-hazardous waste landfill
Recommended incoming water quality for best results:
- pH range: 5.5 – 8.5
- Arsenic: 5 - 100 ppb
- Iron: < 0.5 mg/L
- Manganese: < 0.05 mg/L
- Sulfides: < 0.1 mg/L
- Silica: < 30 mg/L
- Phosphate: < 0.5 mg/L
- Sulfate: < 100 mg/L
- Fluoride: < 1.0 mg/L
- Hardness: < 300 mg/L
The media can operate over a wide range of water quality and utilize no regeneration chemicals, salt or additives.
Only periodic backwashing is required.
The spent media, upon exhaustion, is easily disposed as non-hazardous waste.
Arsenic in water can be hard to detect, because it is both odorless and tasteless, and it can be toxic even at low levels.