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Water Conditioning

You may be asking, “Why do I need a water filtration system?” Water can contain sediment, chemicals, and all sorts of impurities that affect the taste and smell of your water. Installing a water filtration system allows you to have healthy, safe drinking water.

New Knoxville Supply has a complete line of residential and commercial water softening systems and accessories.  For eco-friendly superior water filtration systems, we will test and recommend the right condition for your water. We offer Free water analysis that is conducted by partner Sterling Water Treatment. Only aesthetic contaminants are evaluated and the proper treatment options are recommended. Ask New Knoxville Supply for sample bottles.

Our Water Conditioning product Vendors

Sterling Water Treatment
Sterling Water

Our lines include Clack and Sterling water treatment products.

Established in 1944, Clack has been providing quality industrial water treatment products and commercial water treatment equipment. As a leader in the manufacture and distribution of water treatment products, they privide quality solutions that we are able to utilize for our customers.

Sterling Water Treatment is a true manufacturer not merely an assembler. A wide range of components including both residential and commercial water treatment control valves are made in their Indiana facility. Their design team has focused on new products that are far more efficient, easier to service and provide more value to the consumer.

Reverse Osmosis

A process where water pressure is employed to force water through a semi-permeable membrane. When water is forced against the reverse osmosis membrane surface, the dissolved materials are repelled, while the water molecules are diffused through the membrane molecule by molecule, forming purer water on the other side. This “reverse osmosis” method is a popular method for the reduction of contaminants in water.


Sunlight has long since been known to kill microorganisms. The rays from the sun contain the UV spectrum used in Ultraviolet Water Treatment Systems – although at much lower intensities. It is also referred to as either the Germicidal Spectrum or Frequency. The frequency used in killing micro-organisms is 254 nano meters (nm). The UV lamps used in water treatment are designed specifically to have the highest amount of UV energy at this frequency.


A process in which water passes through a water system that may include one or more filters for the purpose of removing turbidity, taste, color, iron or odor. The design can be loose media tank-type systems or cartridge devices. In general the process may include mechanical, adsorptive, neutralizing and catalyst/oxidizing filters.


The process in which a liquid such as water is converted by heating, into a vapor state, and the vapor cooled and condensed to a liquid state and collected. It is the process of removing the liquid (water) from its constituents or contaminants; as compared to other processes where contaminants are removed from the water (liquid). Distilled water is water that has been purified by passing through one or more evaporation –condensation cycles and contains essentially no dissolved solids. Because distillation requires a lot of energy to produce a small amount of purified water, we do not carry distillation systems or recommend distillation products.