Stover

908-782-5374

161 US Highway 202
Ringoes, NJ 08551

Stover

908-782-5374

161 US Highway 202
Ringoes, NJ 08551

Pioneer PFAS Filtration System FAQ

For Systems Installed by Stover's Wells and Pumps

Your Pioneer PFAS water filter requires routine maintenance to sustain optimal effectiveness. The most common issue homeowners will encounter is an alarm sounding when the system has reached it's programmed totalizer maximum. This typically means that your filter has processed approximately 100,000 gallons of water and needs to be changed. Other common issues include filter leaks, and low water pressure in your home. See below for answers to frequently asked questions about how to address these issues in the short term, before scheduling an appointment to have the unit professionally maintained.

Alarm Going Off

When you hear an alarm from your Pioneer PFAS filter, it means the system has reached its programed totalizer maximum and the filter needs to be changed. This will happen about once a year for water consumption levels in the average household. Stover's carries replacement filters and can assist you in this process.

Call Stover's at 908-782-5374 for help replacing your filter.

System is Leaking

A leak may be caused by a number of factors and requires professional servicing. In the short term, you may be able to stop a leak by bypassing the filter, until the system can be expertly evaluated. Please note that bypassing the filter means that PFAS will NOT be removed from the water entering your home.

Call Stover's at 908-782-5374 to have your system professionally evaluated and maintained.

Low Water pressure

Low water pressure associated with your filtration system may be caused by a clogged pre-filter. Pre-filters are easy to change and can be purchased at many home improvement stores. Be sure not to lose the black o'ring when removing the filter housing, this will cause the unit to leak. If you change the pre-filter and low water pressure continues, you can temporarily bypass the filter to restore water pressure in your home. Please note that bypassing the filter means that PFAS will NOT be removed from the water entering your home.

Call Stover's at 908-782-5374 for professional assistance.
Pioneer Pre-Filter, Inlet Valve, Outlet Valve
Pioneer Manual

How to Bypass the Filter

Bypassing the Pioneer PFAS filter may help restore water pressure in your home, or stop the unit from leaking. Please note that bypassing the filter means that PFAS will NOT be removed from the water entering your home. Bypassing the filter is a temporary remedy to stop leaks or improve water pressure until a professional can evaluate the filtration system.

How to Bypass Filter:
You can bypass the PFAS filtration system by turning the blue knobs (located on the inlet and outlet valves at the base of the filtration system) until the arrows are pointing at each other.

Click here to review the installation operation manual for your Enpress Pioneer PFAS filtration system.
How to Bypass the Pioneer Filtration System
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Ringoes, NJ 08551
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Ringoes, NJ 08551

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