A Sulfur Burner is placed on the bank of a reservoir. The use of a water pump or a pressurized line is used to generate water for the burner. The treated water flows from the burner to the reservoir. The reservoir acts as a holding tank of treated water.
A Sulfur Burner is equipped with a VFD, pump, and a tank. The burner is placed by the pressurized irrigation line and used to generate water for the burner. After the water is treated, it is injected back into the pressurized irrigation line and lowers the pH instantly.
A Sulfur Burner is placed on a platform above a holding tank or near one. The water from the holding tank is pumped through the sulfur burner and recirculated over and over; until the pH of the water in the tank reaches a concentrated version of sulfurous acid. The acid in the tank is then injected at a few gallons per minute the same way you would inject sulfuric acid.