Aeration Treatment

Aeration systems are used to treat iron and hydrogen sulfide water problems. Aeration is a natural water treatment method that many water treatment companies nationally and internationally prefer to offer their customers.

Aeration systems use a three-step process:
  1. Oxidation
  2. Precipitation
  3. Filtration
These systems oxidize the water by injecting pressurized air into the water system. During the aeration process, oxygen mixes with iron and hydrogen sulfide, precipitating these undesirable elements.

Unwanted air and gases are expelled through the vent allowing maximum air turnover. The final stage of the process is when the water flows through the filtration tanks, producing naturally clean water.


  • Uses natural water treatment methods... No caustic chemicals or salt!
  • Provides a homeowner maintenance free system.
  • Maximizes air injection, increasing levels of oxidation.
  • Systems have a 1" plumbing capacity for greater water flow.

Save time and money with aeration.

When using chemical treatment methods, homeowners spend precious time monitoring Water quality and end up paying high costs for chemicals. Also, those who use caustic chemicals to solve one Water problem may potentially create other problems. The storage and handling of caustic chemicals can be hazardous and the responsibility of blending the proper ratio of chemicals into the water can be difficult.

"Airing out" water problems naturally is favored by homeowners when compared to chemical treatment methods. Using air to treat water has an advantage in that it is not toxic, cannot cause bodily harm, nor poses any storage problems.

Our aeration system is successful for many reasons. One key to its high performance is the reliability of the Air Pump. The Air Pump injects air into the vent tank without restricting water flow. Obsolete aeration devices such as venturis or micronizers rely heavily on the Well pump system. These aeration devices restrict the flow of water and are not always reliable in providing positive air introduction.

The vent is another key component of the system. The vent is an electronic device, Which is capable of expelling air and unwanted gases as fast as the Air Pump injects air (faster if necessary). This high rate of air turnover allows better oxidation of contaminants in the water. Mechanical type air vents on the market may release air too slowly, thus providing an unacceptable air turnover rate.

Further Information:

  • Our Happy Clients:

    Our Happy Clients:

    Now with our new water system there has been a tremendous change. Most importantly we are healthier, the water tastes and smells like water again and not some chemical cocktail, also the skin problems have been reduced to minimal.

    Our hair and skin is soft and we use less body and house hold products. It was so nice to meet a professional who is certified and cares about clients needs. Thank you so much Lauren!

    M. M. ( French Creek, BC )

  • Our Happy Clients:

    Our Happy Clients:

    You have restored my faith in the concept of living up to one’s word.

    As a result our drinking water was limited to the designated R.0. tap in the kitchen; however, with no way to monitor the efficiency of the filters we were never certain that our drinking water was safe.

    I am sure we will enjoy a long and stress-free relationship with you.

    Lynda Nesbitt ( Duncan, BC )

  • Our Happy Clients:

    Our Happy Clients:

    I'm really happy with the work you did for me, the faucet installation and cut off valves on the pipes as well as my new pump. I am especially pleased with the Pentex pump saver.

    As you know, I was everywhere with my camera that day, so I captured most of what you were doing and attach the pictures as a reminder of a job well done.

    Thank you very much for replacing my pump in the correct fashion, and showing me the errors a previous well service company had made.

    Lois Luckovich ( Duncan, BC )

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Mon-Fri 8am - 5pm
Sa-Sun 10am - 5pm


Mo-Fr 5pm - 10pm
Sa-Sun 5pm - 10pm
*after hours rates may apply


4410 Howie Road
Duncan, BC V9L 6N3


Phone (250) 748-2351