TEST BEFORE penac®-kat INSTALLATION

Water Test Results

Sample date: 13 Sept 94 Lab Number: 54778 24306 Lebrade

Evaluation

The limits for iron (0.20 mg/l) and manganese (0.05 mg/l) have been exceeded. This may cause deposits to build up in the water system and the purification system; higher concentrations also result in coloration of the water.

Excess levels of manganese content in drinking water is tolerated by infants and small children up to 0.20 mg/l and by adults up to 0.30 mg/l without damage to health.

The remaining test results are within acceptable limits. They correspond to the requirements of the Drinking Water Ordinance.

A copy will be provided to the regional Public Health Authority which has jurisdiction.

Signed on 26 September 1997 Dr. S. Ahlsdorf

 

 

 

TEST AFTER penac®-kat INSTALLATION

 

Water Test Results

Sample date: 30 Nov 95 Lab Number: 70327 24306 Lebrade

Evaluation

The water is bacteriologically and chemically within acceptable standards. The test results meet the requirements of the Drinking Water Ordinance of 5 December 1990.

A copy will be provided to the regional Public Health Authority which has jurisdiction.

After learning that his private well, one of only a few in his community still approved for use, had been designated "marginal" during an annual chemical analysis at an official laboratory, Mr. Otto Wilderks of Germany installed a penac-kat® Water Catalyzer. At the time of installation, Mr. Wilderks writes, "the well tested for high levels of manganese and iron, significant deposits in the water pipes and in the hot water heater, and coloration and clarity of "murky yellow". Only five months after installation of the penac-kat®, the 1995 test results showed reduced levels of ammonium, nitrites, nitrates, and sediment, with significantly reduced levels of iron and manganese. The sedimentary deposits in both the pipes and the water heater had cleared, and the coloration and clarity of the water had returned to clear, with no odor."