NEYA Advanced Filtration Systems is one of the leading companies that designs and manufactures water filters for iron, manganese and arsenic removal. Supplying ready made portable iron water filters and customized large iron removing plants is our expertise. provide iron removing filters up to 100,000 lph with manual and automatic backwash system. The tanks (vessels) are made either of FRP or Mild Steel (MS), while for special applications, we also provide stainless steel tanks on request. To know our complete range of Iron Removal Filter or Deironing Plant price, quotation and installation services, please write us an email or just talk to one of our support executives.

Design Consideration

Above mentioned specifications and technical data are indicative and may vary from case to case. In order to design an accurate iron removal plant for your unit, a thorough analysis of water quality is mandatory, which may include following:

  • Water test report (pH, Iron, Manganese & TDS etc.)
  • Volume of water you expect to use per hour
  • Your peak water demand
  • Water pressure
  • Plant running duration per day
  • End use of water
  • Iron in Water

    In ground water or tube well water presence of iron and manganese has always been a matter of concern. Presence of these elements in water does not pose a risk to human health but it can cause unpleasing taste, odor and staining, which is not accepted in most of applications in domestic use as well as commercial and industrial use; therefore, oxidation filtration often knows as iron removal process is employed to remove naturally occurring iron and manganese from water. For this complete iron and manganese removal process an iron removal filter is utilized. For domestic (home) and light applications portable iron removal filter is enough, while for commercial and industrial use large iron removing (deironing) plant is required.

    Iron Removal Working Principle

    The process through which iron is removed from water is known as Oxidation Filtration that involves the oxidation of the soluble forms of iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) to their soluble forms and then removal by filtration. The oxidant chemically oxidizes the iron and manganese (forming a particle), and kills iron bacteria and any other disease-causing bacteria that may be present after that the filter removes the iron and manganese particles.