Whole House Water Filters for Chlorine

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GREEN-CARBON-10-FG Whole House Water Filter System GREEN-CARBON-10-FG Whole House Water Filter System
Sale price$799.95 USD Regular price$850.00 USD
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WHOLE HOUSE MAX - 15 HEAVY DUTY WHOLE HOUSE WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM WHOLE HOUSE MAX - 15 HEAVY DUTY WHOLE HOUSE WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM
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GREEN-CARBON-15-FG Whole House Water Filter System GREEN-CARBON-15-FG Whole House Water Filter System
Sale price$999.95 USD Regular price$1,059.00 USD
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WHOLE HOUSE MAX - 10 HEAVY DUTY WHOLE HOUSE WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM WHOLE HOUSE MAX - 10 HEAVY DUTY WHOLE HOUSE WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM
Sale price$949.95 USD Regular price$1,000.00 USD
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WHOLE HOUSE MAX - 20 HEAVY DUTY WHOLE HOUSE WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM WHOLE HOUSE MAX - 20 HEAVY DUTY WHOLE HOUSE WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM
Sale price$1,499.95 USD Regular price$1,580.00 USD

Is There Chlorine In Your Water?

Many cities and municipalities use chlorine to treat their water supply as it is an effective and inexpensive way to kill bacteria and other harmful microorganisms. However, the presence of chlorine in your water supply can raise concerns about its safety and the potential health effects. A water filter for chlorine may be the best option in some cases.

Is Chlorine Safe?

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets a maximum level for chlorine in drinking water at 4 milligrams per liter (mg/L) or 4 parts per million (ppm). At these levels, chlorine is considered safe for consumption. However, some studies have suggested that long-term exposure to chlorine in drinking water may be linked to an increased risk of cancer and other health problems. It's important to keep in mind that chlorine levels in drinking water are generally very low and the risk of harm is considered to be small. The best way to know for sure if you have chlorine in your water or if it is at an appropriate level is to get your water tested.

Do Water Filters Remove Chlorine?

Many water filters, such as activated carbon filters and reverse osmosis systems, are effective at removing chlorine from drinking water. These filters work by adsorbing the chlorine molecules, binding them to a surface, and preventing them from passing through the filter. By removing chlorine, these filters can help to improve the taste and odor of your water and may also reduce the risk of any potential health effects.

However, not all water filters are effective at removing chlorine, so it's important to check the specifications of a filter before purchasing it to ensure that it will remove chlorine from your water. If you are concerned about the presence of chlorine in your water supply, our GREEN CARBON and WHOLE HOUSE MAX water filters are a great place to start in order to remove it and ensure the safety of your drinking water.