Perfect for Homes with Municipally Treated Water
RainSoft Whole-House Carbon Filtration Systems are designed to help solve special water treatment problems, and are built for long life and trouble-free operation. Effectively reduces aesthetic chlorine taste and odor.
Filtration System Features
Tank-Within-A-Tank Construction Rugged tank is wound with miles of glass filament for extraordinary strength. Inside there’s another tank of sanitary plastic so your drinking water will never touch the interior fiberglass surface.
Filters out sediment as well as removing unwanted tastes and odors
Choice of Filter Media
HYSULEX™ Is a highly activated carbon with acres and acres of surface area to adsorb bad tastes and odors in your water. A more porous material than regular carbon, with a highly developed internal surface area, it provides a greater capacity for adsorption. Manufactured to be cleaner, stronger and harder than the industry standard.
SUPER HYSULEX™ Utilizes silver impregnated carbon, a more porous material than regular carbon; these carbons have highly developed internal surface areas, providing greater capacity for adsorption. Manufactured to be cleaner, stronger and harder than industry standard carbons.
The following is a partial list of Organic Contaminants reduced by the RainSoft Whole-House Carbon Filtration System:
Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality, without adequate disinfection before or after the system. See Performance Data Sheet for actual reduction limitations.
Water to be filtered should be free of oil and suspended matter, and relatively free of iron and turbidity for maximum service life in taste and odor removal. Actual results may vary based on local water conditions.
Filtering media will eventually become exhausted or consumed and need replacement. Replacement schedule will depend on incoming water quality and amount of water used. Your local RainSoft dealer can provide you with the recommended replacement schedule for your particular application.
NOTE: Tank size and local water pressure will affect the unit’s operating flow rate.
CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: Water treatment devices sold to retail consumers in California accompanied by certain health claims must be certified by the California Department of Public Health. The following models are certified by the State of California’s Department
of Public Health:
- QRS 844 H (Certificate 07-1884)
- QRS 1044 H (Certificate 07-1885)
All other models are not certified by the State of California for the purpose of making health claims.