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Acid well water

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by husker199, 13 Feb 2011.

  1. husker199

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    Anybody know the best way to neutralise acid well water that is attacking copper pipes and causing blue staining?
     
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    seen many of installs with various solutions tried on well water . but in the end going plastic replacing the copper is a better option. also look at gledhill stainless steel vented cylinders. for future reference. think city plumbing do them around the same price as copper ones now.
     
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    Its actually in a rented property... tenants want to pay to have it sorted, but I dont think that they would want to pay to replumb the whole house.... Any neutralisation systems available?
     

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