Home Water Purifiers, Filters and Systems
What kind of filter do you need?
We recommend that you install a high-flow Whole House filter where it comes into the house;
then we recommend you install an OMNI High-contaminant-removal
filter in your kitchen (or bathroom) where water is used for cooking and drinking.
At OMNIFilter, we make filtration and purification products
for your entire house:
Point of Entry (POE) Whole House Water Filters
First, we recommend that you install a high-flow Whole House purifier where the line comes
into your home. This Whole House filter will reduce rust and sediment picked up from the
pipes that deliver h2o to your home from your well or municipal system. This first
cleaning will protect your appliances (hot water heater, clothes washer, dishwasher,
humidifier, toilets, showers, etc.) from the wear caused by rust and sediment. An OMNI
Whole House purifier will also remove much of the chlorine that can cause itchy skin and
damage your clothing.
Select from our list of Whole House models.
Point of Use (POU) Filters
Then we recommend you install an OMNI high-contaminant-removal filters in your kitchen (or
bathroom) where it is used for cooking and drinking. Called Point of Use
purifiers, these units remove contaminants and provide clean, safe, great tasting
refreshment on demand. Select from our:
| Faucet-mount/Countertop | Refrigerator/Ice-maker filtration
To find a replacement cartridge for any OMNI
water filter, select from our:
Whole House replacement cartridges
Undersink replacement cartridges
Faucet Mount/Countertop replacement cartridges
Refrigerator/Icemaker replacement cartridges
Watercooler replacement cartridge
Select from our list of replacement cartridges.
In the U.S., we often take clean drinking water from our taps
for granted. But just because it looks clean doesn't mean it is clean. Threats to quality
are on the rise, and the EPA cannot always keep up.
Since passage of the Safe Drinking Water Act in 1974, the EPA
has set standards and treatment requirements for municipal suppliers almost 80 to
date. Public utilities are required to provide solutions that does not contain pollutants
above the levels specified by EPA's regulations. Although they usually provide good
quality liquid, these treatment plants and purifiers are not always effective at removing
contamination that may harm public health. Sometimes, certain pollutants, like rust or
lead, can enter your house after it has left the treatment plant.
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