As Pinhole Plumbing Leaks Plague Orange County Residents, Rayne Water Corporation Introduces the Chloramine Buster

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In an effort to help distressed homeowners avoid expensive copper plumbing leaks, Rayne Water Corporation has developed the Rayne Chloramine Buster 1500 and the Rayne Chloramine Buster 2000. These new systems are specifically designed to significantly reduce the damaging effects of Chloramines and other noxious compounds such as hydrogen sulfide.

Chloramine Buster

Chloramine Buster Water Treatment System

Homeowners who previously felt helpless against the damage being done to their copper pipes by simply turning on their faucet can now do something to help protect their homes, according to Ken Christopher

Rayne Water Corporation and Rayne of Irvine announce the new Chloramine Buster water treatment systems, specifically designed for Orange County Residents to help prevent copper plumbing pinhole leaks caused by the Chloramines added by municipalities to treat the local water.

The new Rayne Chloramine Buster 1500 and Rayne Chloramine Buster 2000 are designed to significantly reduce the damaging effects by removing large amounts of Chloramines and other noxious compounds such as hydrogen sulfide.

All municipalities are required to ensure their water is treated for bacteria and is safe for human consumption. Following federal guidelines from the Environment Protection Agency the Metropolitan Water District, which supplies over 60% of the drinking water to cities in California, has switched to the use of chloramines to keep drinking water bacteria free.

Chloramines are compounds containing a mixture of chlorine and ammonia that extend the disinfecting power of chlorine in drinking water. However, this chloramine treatment is also causing pinhole leaks in the copper pipes carrying the water. In fact, there have been thousands of pinhole leaks reported in copper pipes after switching to chloramines.

"Adding to this crisis is the fact that California promotes copper piping and restricts the use of plastic piping alternatives," states Ken Christopher, VP of Sales and Marketing for Rayne Dealership Corporation. He continues, "The research recently presented by CalPASC squarely points to the use of chloramines in California's water systems as the source of the local epidemic of copper pipe leaks."

In an effort to help distressed homeowners avoid expensive copper plumbing leaks, Rayne Water Corporation has developed the Rayne Chloramine Buster 1500 and the Rayne Chloramine Buster 2000. These new systems are specifically designed to significantly reduce the damaging effects of Chloramines and other noxious compounds such as hydrogen sulfide. “Homeowners who previously felt helpless against the damage being done to their copper pipes by simply turning on their faucet can now do something to help protect their homes. These two new systems will give homeowners peace of mind and could potentially save thousands of dollars in water and pipe damage.”

The Rayne Chloramine Buster 1500 and Rayne Chloramine Buster 2000 provide superior treatment capabilities due to the surface modification of the media during manufacturing to significantly enhance the carbons capabilities for rapidly decomposing noxious compounds such as hydrogen sulfide, and chloramines. The media in this custom application is produced from high quality coconut shell carbons, and in addition to its capacity to handle sulfides and chloramines, it has a much higher surface area than most other competitive brands. This enables it to remove larger quantities of other organic species which may be present in the water.

To learn more about the Rayne Water Corporation line of water treatment systems or to locate a Rayne professional in your area, visit http://www.RayneWater.com today. For more information, contact Ken Christopher at ken(dot)christopher(at)raynewater(dot)com.

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