FAMILY, HOME & PLANET
Utility water is filled with many impurities. However, not every water filtration system is the same, and you can’t rely on traditional municipal water treatment methods for protection. Hard water corrosion can reduce the performance and life expectancy of your plumbing, while chlorination by-products have serious health risks. But HALO’s inline and whole-house water filtration systems provide direct physical treatment to ensure your water supply is safe.Utility water is filled with many impurities. However, not every water filtration system is the same, and you can’t rely on traditional municipal water treatment methods for protection. Hard water corrosion can reduce the performance and life expectancy of your plumbing, while chlorination by-products have serious health risks. But HALO’s inline and whole-house water filtration systems provide direct physical treatment to ensure your water supply is safe.
& TYPICAL WATER CONTAMINANTS
Municipal water sources can contain various contaminants that cause problems, including:
Chlorine or chloramines (ammonia added to chlorine) are often mixed with drinking water to disinfect it. Chloramine compounds can cause skin irritation and digestive disorders, while chlorine can damage toilets, faucets, and rubber seals in plumbing as well as corrode copper pipe.
- Hard Water
Calcium and magnesium particles in water can form mineral deposits within piping, storage tanks, and household plumbing components. They can damage appliances, coat dishes and glassware, and restrict or block water flow.
10-YEAR WARRANTY AND MAINTENANCE FREE
All HALO water filtration and purification systems are protected by an outstanding 10-year warranty. Plus, receive an extended parts and labor warranty by joining our X Protection Plan. HALO products are maintenance free for added convenience; never replace filters or media, while highly filtered alkaline water is available from every faucet in your home.
BENEFITS OF WATER
A water filtration and conditioning system avoids the need for water softeners, which often rely on salt. However, softeners don’t improve water quality and self-regenerating varieties contribute to environmental pollution. Carbon-based filtering avoids these problems and improves water quality. It removes chlorine, dyes and other commercial additives, and other contaminants including:
- Disinfectants such as bleach, calcium hypochlorite, and chlorophenol
- PCB-based insecticides, herbicides, and pesticides
- Glycols, Benzene, dissolved oil, chloroform, and other solvents
- Iodine, isopropyl alcohol, and other pharmaceutical by-products
- Tannins, or food and wine by-products
Water filters also reduce contaminants such as detergents, hydrogen sulfide (produces a rotten egg or sulfur odor), and acetic acid, a by-product of water chlorination. They also reduce heavy metals such as lead, chromium, zinc, copper, and cadmium as well as a variety of commercial additives and solvents, and to some extent iron.
With a water filtration system, that bad taste or bad smell can be eliminated. It can also improve your health; if water tastes better, it’s easier to drink more of it, which is good for your organs, joints, and overall health. You also save on buying bottled water, the cost of which can add up significantly in the long run. Cleaner water also helps appliances last longer which contributes to additional savings.
WHOLE HOUSE WATER
A whole house water treatment system is connected at the main line, rather than under the sink or to individual plumbing fixtures. Multi-stage hard water treatment allows for complete filtration and conditioning. HALO’s filtration systems are maintenance free.
The HALO ION water conditioner dissolves mineral scale and inhibits hard water corrosion. HALO’s ION filters temporarily alter the charge of dissolved minerals such as calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate. This prevents them from being attracted to and bonding to one another in plumbing systems due to temperature and pressure changes, friction, and turbulence. Reversing polarity magnetic fields form aragonite, a powdery physical state of suspension in which molecules flow through the plumbing system until they’re discharged or separated by filtration or centrifugal equipment.