? Sediment Filter Along w/ UV Light
We have failed the total coliform test twice in the last two months. We did an extensive shocking of our well and it didn't work.
We are now going to have a UV light installed. We understand that we should have a sediment filter installed as well since if there is sediment, the bacteria can "hide" behind it and will not get zapped by the UV light.
We mentioned to the installer that we will need a sediment filter and he told us he would throw it in with the installment price since they only run $50 anyway.
Can someone tell us, based on the $50 cost if this is the correct sediment filter we need. The ones we see on the internet are at least $150. Of course, we don't want overkill, but we need our UV light to work 100%.