- USE & CARE
Hague Iron Filter
Are you struggling with constant rust stains in your sink or on your laundry? Even though your water looks clear, it may be bringing dissolved iron into your home. Removing iron and sulfur no longer requires harsh chemicals or complicated equipment. Hague’s Iron Filter uses nature’s own oxidation process to remove the iron, so you can enjoy your water again.
- Cleaner Plumbing — filtration media traps iron and removes it from your water before it enters your pipes.
- No More Staining — protects every tap, shower, tub, and appliance from rust stains.
- Self-Sustaining — no need to replace a filter cartridge; the system refreshes itself.
Dimensions: 10”x 62” or 13″x62″
Lifetime Limited Warranty
Hague Iron Filter - FEATURES
The built-in computer tracks how much water you use, flows, and have a battery back up.
Slow-release technology regulates the pressurized air as it leaves tank for a smooth regeneration.
Dissolved iron is oxidized as it enters the tank to form easy to remove particles.
The mineral inside collects the iron particles to protect your entire home.
Hague Iron Filter - FAQ
A water softener is the most effective way to treat hard water. The softener reduces amounts of magnesium and calcium that cause hard water by removing those minerals through a process called ion-exchange. The resin inside a water softener works like a magnet to collect the positively charged minerals.
A water filter removes unwanted contaminants through the use of a filter media that is designed to address specific elements. Filters work more like a net to capture the particles they are designed to remove. Multiple types of filtration may be necessary, depending on the composition of the water.
No, the Hague Iron Filter uses a chemical-free oxidation process to remove iron from your water. A column of air is used to oxidize dissolved iron in the water to form a particle that can easily be caught by the media below.