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Corrosion    
If you have begun to notice corrosion in areas where metal comes into contact with water, it is probably due to the fact that the water is too acidic (low pH), or too alkaline (high pH). Corrosion is an oxidation/reduction process that can cause severe damage to metals. Dissolved minerals such as chloride, copper, iron, manganese and zinc can all contribute to corrosion because their ions increase the conductivity of the water.

The most effective remedies are special filtration systems and stabilizing chemicals called polyphosphates, which inhibit the growth of scale crystals.

   


 

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