It was left behind by the previous owner. No manuals, no instructions
of any kind on the thing. It's a Culligan "Cullneu." We are on a well.
I don't have a clue how to use it, but I got my first pinhole leak in a
3/4" copper supply pipe this week so now I guess I'm motivated. Anybody
able to offer advice? Thanks much. Here's some pics of the thing:
The water in my area tends to be alkaline so I have no experience with
the AN of which you speak
here are some links as a result of a Google search for
Cullneu. water neutralizer
culligan water neutralizer
this link gives the best discussion but you need to know your mineral
type the media is not cheap if you buy it in small qty
sounds like you just replace the used up media with either
calcite (calcium carbonate) or
corosex (magnesium oxide It is food grade magnesium oxide.) or
the way way to tell if you got the right stuff is to check the pH of
the raw water compared to the treated water, if you've gotten up near 7
you're probably ok
yeah, my students call me the web wizard, at least to my face :)
I think they can be amazingly anal, stubborn & geekish behind my back
let me know what you finally decide about the neutralizer recharge
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