This borehole filtration system in Luddenden, West Yorkshire, has multiple stages of treatment. Firstly, the water passes through a 300 litre pressure vessel, followed by an automatic backwashing pH correction unit  which is installed to raise the pH to a level above 6.5. It then passes through a water softener (ion exchange unit) that regenerates using a brine solution. The function of this unit is to reduce the elevated levels of iron and manganese in the water. The final two stages of treatment comprise of a 5 micron particulate filter to remove any sediment before it passes through the ultraviolet unit which is in place to eliminate any bacterial contamination present in the water supply.

Water Testing

The starting point for any water treatment design is a representative water analysis that is complete and accurate. Using a UKAS Accredited Laboratory. Two of our engineers, here at Prosep Filter Services, have undergone formal training and are now certified to carry out water sampling to UKAS accredited standards.

Existing Systems

At Prosep Filter Services we have taken on many Water Treatment Systems installed by other companies like ourselves. We are always happy to work with new customers. 


The UV-PRO range of ultra violet sterilisers, by Prosep Filter Services, are versatile units for domestic applications designed to kill waterborne bacteria using the proven method of exposure to ultra violet light.

Iron & Manganese Reduction

Prosep Filter Services offer various sizes of systems to remove iron and manganese from your private water supply. We have technical experts on hand to help resolve any problems you may have with your borehole or spring water supply.