500,000 Gallon
Well Water Rhino Whole House Filter System

Long-lasting, high-performance water filtration for great-tasting, healthy water throughout your entire home.

Add more performance to your system:

Rhino Whole House Well Water Filter is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 89.
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Whole Health

Whole House Protection

Designed specifically for well water contamination to protect from bacteria, viruses and other contaminants commonly found in private well water.

Includes a carbon media upgrade, larger 20" pre-filter, sub-micron post-filter and our Sterilight Ultraviolet Filter.

Whole Health

Ultra Delicious

Get clean, great-tasting water from every tap in your home by removing 97% of chlorine in regular tap water. Also reduces other harmful contaminants including:

  • Heavy metals like lead and mercury
  • Organic chemicals like herbicides, pesticides and VOCs
  • Industrial solvents and more

Whole Health

Better Water Better Cooking

Top chefs know that using filtered water produces stronger flavors, quicker cooking times and all-around optimal results in the kitchen.

Whole Health

Breathe Easy

with cleaner, healthier air. Chlorine and volatile organic chemicals (VOCs) can evaporate in shower steam, contaminating the air you breathe.

Tested and proven to remove
97% of Chlorine

Instantly improve your indoor air quality by filtering the water throughout your home.

Whole Health

Healthier Skin and Hair

Reduce your body's exposure to harsh chlorine and synthetic chemicals that can cause damage and excessive drying.

Bathe yourself in Aquasana filtered water for noticeably healthier, more moisturized skin and hair.

Pure Performance

Smarter Design

Intelligently engineered to maximize potent filtration media for ultimate performance.

The Aquasana Rhino's unique upflow, dual tank design increases water contact time with contaminant grabbing media and prevents clogging or media channeling.

System tested and proven to remove 97% of chlorine for 500,000 gallons or 5 years.

Pure Performance

Innovative Technology

SCM salt-free softening technology naturally and safely reduces scale buildup on internal pipes and plumbing without the use of harsh salt or chemicals. Learn more about SCM technology » Compare the benefits of SimplySoft vs. Traditional Softeners »

Scale and corrosion without SCM protection can build up in your plumbing and appliances.

Protect your home and appliances with an Aquasana SimplySoft whole home solution.

Innovative Salt-Free Softening Technology

Scale Control Media uses water flow to naturally alter the structure of hard mineral ions into a crystal structure that prevents the minerals from binding and forming scale buildup. SCM salt-free softening is proven to reduce scale on internal pipes and plumbing. Unlike salt based softeners, Aquasana SimplySoft will not demineralize your water, harm your pipes with harsh salt, or put excessive amounts of sodium waste into our communal water supply.

Rhino Softening Technology

Pure Performance

Optional
UV Sterilight Filtration

Worried about boil warnings because bacteria and chlorine resistant cysts are making your water non-potable? Get total home protection to safeguard against bacteria and viruses that may be present in your water.

Powerful UV filtration kills 99.99% of viruses, bacteria like E. coli, and chlorine resistant cysts like cryptosporidium and giardia.

Pure Performance

Optional
Pro Grade Install Kit

Upgraded components to make your system professional grade.

Brass fittings Easier to install and maintain over time.

Bend supports & shut-off valves for a bypass loop for easier filter changes *PEX tubing not included

Base install kit for EQ-Well-UV includes: plastic fittings, a 20” pre-filter, a sub-micron post-filter and a UV filter. Does not include brass fittings or bend supports and shut-off valves for by-pass loop.

How It Works

Superior
Filtration

Our well water whole house filter system is comprised of carefully sequenced stages, each with its own unique formula of high-potency, contaminant-grabbing media and filtration.

Easy to install, replace & maintain.

Does not require backflushing or drainage lines.

* Optional

Sediment Pre-filter

catches rust, sediment and silt.

Salt-free Softener*

prevents minerals from binding and forming scale build-up.

Copper-Zinc & Mineral Stone

reduces chlorine, water soluble heavy metals, and scale and inhibits bacteria and algae growth.

Activated Carbon Filter

reduces herbicides, pesticides and other chemical compounds that may be present.

Sub-micron post-filter*

reduces any remaining sediment and organic particles down to 0.35 microns.

UV
filter

further protects against bacteria and viruses that could be present in your water.

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Product Information

Specifications Base Unit SimplySoft UV
Length: Please see chart on right
Height: 57" 57" 15"
Diameter: 10.5" 10.5" 4"
Flow Rate (GPM): 7.0 7.0 7.0
Capacity (years): 5 6 1
Capacity (gallons) 500,000
20" Pre-filter lasts 2—3 months
Well Rhino 49 inches wide
Pro Well Rhino 59 inches wide
Well Rhino + Softener 59 inches wide
Pro Well Rhino + Softener 69 inches wide

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Read the Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great water We finally got the whole house well water system with salt free softener installed after about a month. Took a little longer as we had to wait for a replacement pre-filter housing to be shipped. The original one had some messed up threads so it would not accept the inlet nipple. Once we received the replacement, installation was pretty easy. Hardest part for us was figuring out where we wanted to place it as the whole unit is fairly large. It took up an area about 7' in length once the pex hoses were installed. The water is a remarkable improvement over our previous whole house filter system that we had. Definitely glad we purchased this unit.
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks impressive, hope it performs well. I'm a professional plummer-builder and installation wasn't too hard for me, but it would definitely be a challenge for the average Joe. One of the issues is that the nipple that goes between the two tanks is too short by a hair. People would be tempted to try to use it and thus run the risk of a leak. It's best to play it safe and buy a longer nipple. As far as function, time will tell how well it performs. As of now, it works great. Another tip would be to run your outside spigot before the system to save on filters (see photo). I chose not to do the bypass because I couldn't foresee any possible scenario where I would need to use it. But that's just me; others may want-need it.
Date published: 2017-04-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Some issues, but I think it's going to be good. Installed the whole house filtration system with salt-free softener for well water usage. The installation kit did not come with parts long enough to go between the two large filters, so I had to make a couple trips to my local hardware store to get the job completed. If installing, make sure to put plenty of teflon tape on the threads. I had leaks at almost every connection because the threads don't seal well with out a good bit of tape (I did 7 wraps to get them to seal). The threads are all plastic, so be very careful to not strip them out because once you do, that piece is shot. Water is already better tasting, looking, smelling. So, the system works once it's installed with a few headaches.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We are very pleased with the Rhino Whole House Well Filter. We are very pleased with the Rhino Whole House Well Water Filter. The sale person listen to our problem and talked me into buying an additional filter for mag-iron. It has been about month and the quality of well water has been very good. We did not buy the softer filter and the water feel softer. The PH went from 6.5 to 8.5 and taste is 100 percent better. No more odor and rings. Diseffecting is a must, I was surprised after we disaffected the pipes what came out our faucets. The UV FILTER was missing an "O" ring. AQ Replaaced it over night shipping.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 6 Month Review We have now had this for about 6 months. The water starts out wonderful, clear, tasteless, no smell, and no water stains anywhere. It has now been 6 mon the and the water is now starting to have some taste and smell come back, plus we are back to the tannin-hard water stains again. At least the sulfur smell is still taken care of. Until about a month ago it kept this down. I would really recommend using these for municipal water and not well water. I couldn't even get anyone in my area to back this product up. The professionals said it would stop working in a few to several months. I bought this anyway because it was on sale at the time for like $600 ish dollars. I wanted to pioneer something new, but save up and just use a back flushing system that you need and get the advice of two or three professionals in your area. This will not keep up with well water demand for 5 years like it claims.
Date published: 2016-08-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from mid range quality I bought this for our well water which was tested and non consumable. The ordering process was easy and opted out of the single RO faucet as it is completely useless in a whole home system and bought a seperate arsenic filter from another supplier. Install was rediculous and far from easy. Broken parts, parts that didnt fit and some very important steps that were not mentioned in the installation instructions that caused some major headaches.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent system I purchased 2 systems, one for my mother in law and one for us. We both have wells with hard, sulfur water. He well also had some contaminates.. Installation was not too difficult. The directions say not to use metal connectors all though in the pictures they show metal connectors. The UV light systems seems to be working well. The setup is a bit odd. The 2 rubber washers on each end of the quartz tube leaked after install. Not a bad correction, but a different method of waterproofing would be an improvement. The quartz tube in one of the systems arrive broken. Fortunately I had the extra system and swapped tubes. Customer service sent a new tube out without any hesitation, just a little inconvenient. Otherwise a great system.
Date published: 2016-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I _ my new system. I live in the country and have a well. My water was terrible. It tasted bad, my laundry was rust stained, as was my toilet, shower, tub, and sinks. I purchased the Whole House Rhino System with a saltless softener, descaler, and UV filter after having several companies come out and price similar systems for twice the cost to install and maintain. After installation, my wife and I decided to test the water. Everything came back in the safe range ornery than hardness. It was still slightly high. But the water tastes great and feels great. No more staining. We love our new system.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from we are so happy with this wonderful unit this whole house filter system improved our well water quality honestly 100%. easy to install all fittings fit to a tee. we installed it in the house in a closet and still have room for hanging clothes. this unit is quite. we are thrilled with our aquasana whole house filter system. we did hours of research on about every company out there, after speaking with our sales rep, we were impressed with the honesty and professional conversation. this sold us. we were impressed that it is all american made. the price was very affordable for what this wonderful filter system has given us. we are looking forward to years of service and clean good tasting water. thank you aquasana. tom and Ursula castle n. carlina
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I would but it again We have always had good tasting water from our well but we had a lot of calcium buildup on our oil rubbed bronze fixtures. We also had a lot of iron sediment in the toilet tanks. With the Aquasana Whole House filtration system this gone. The biggest thing I noticed was how crystal clear our water is now. I always thought our water was clear but it is noticibly clearer now. I would rate the system 5 stars except for the requirement of using a licensed plumber to install it. This cost us $750.00 dollars on top of the purchase price.
Date published: 2017-04-15
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Aquasana FAQs

  1. What is the difference between city water and well water?

    City water is pre-treated to make sure it is free of bacteria, viruses and common contamination sources. City water is regulated so that the contaminants regulated by the EPA fall within or below EPA guidelines. Well water is untreated water from an underground aquifer that is pumped into a house. Well water may contain higher than average levels of iron or sulfur, or other contaminants.

  2. Why are whole house water filters considered point of entry systems?

    The filtration system is installed at the point where the main water supply enters the home, delivering filtered water to all subsequent outlets.

  3. What is hard water?

    Hard water contains a higher than average amount of dissolved minerals (primarily calcium and magnesium), and a higher concentration of multivalent cations (Ca2+ and Mg2+). Hard water is mostly a nuisance as these dissolved minerals can clump together to produce scale, which can harm your internal pipes, plumbing, and home appliances.

  4. Does having hard water mean it is contaminated?

    No, hard water is more of a nuisance than a health issue, and is not considered contaminated. Most water sources in the USA are considered hard. Is hard water safe to drink? Yes, hard water is healthy enough to drink.

  5. What is soft water?

    The most recognizable trait of "soft" water is how much more soap lathers, as opposed to hard water, in which soap lathers less due to the higher concentration of minerals. Water softeners reduce the negative effects of dissolved minerals in water that can clump together and produce scale buildup.

  6. Does having soft water mean it is clean water?

    Soft water does not mean clean water. Your water can be soft and still have contaminants present in the water. Is it safe to drink? Yes, soft water is considered potable as long as the water has not passed through a sodium-based water softener. Drinking water from a sodium-based softener increased your daily intake of sodium, which can lead to health problems in sodium-sensitive individuals.

  7. What is a salt-based water softener?

    A salt-based water softener is a system designed to remove/reduce calcium and magnesium from the water by exchanging it with sodium. This is done through an ion exchange resin that alters the molecular structure of the calcium and magnesium from a divalent ion to a univalent ion, making the water "softer." Do softeners reduce chemical contamination? Softeners do not remove chemical contamination themselves, but softeners sometimes have a carbon filter working in conjunction with the softener to treat contamination.

  8. What type of filtration media do you use in the top tank of the EQ-600 and EQ-1000?

    The top tank contains a KDF-55 medium (A mixture of 55% copper and 45% zinc mineral alloy) for the reduction of chlorine and certain heavy metals, as well as a crushed mineral filter stone to enhance the water's pH and control scale on internal plumbing. Both media are bacteriostatic, which means they prohibit bacteria and algae from growing or developing within the system.

  9. What type of filtration media do you use in the top tank of the EQ-WELL-UV?

    The EQ-WELL-UV top tank contains a KDF-85 medium (A mixture of 85% copper and 15% zinc mineral alloy) for the reduction of chlorine, hydrogen sulfide and heavy metals like iron, as well as a crushed mineral filter stone to enhance the water's pH and control scale on internal plumbing. Both media are bacteriostatic, which means they prohibit bacteria and algae from growing or developing within the system.

  10. What is KDF?

    KDF stands for kinetic degradation fluxion, which is a redox filtration medium. KDF uses a unique combination of copper and zinc that creates an electrochemical reaction. During this reaction, electrons are transferred between molecules, creating new, harmless molecules and compounds. Free chlorine, for instance, is changed into benign, water-soluble chloride, which is then carried harmlessly through the water supply. Similarly, some heavy metals* such as copper*, lead*, mercury* and others, cling to the medium's surface, thus being effectively removed from the water supply.

  11. What type of media is used in the bottom tank of the EQ-600 and EQ-1000?

    The bottom tank contains a carbonized coconut shell medium that reduces synthetic chemicals and VOCs.

  12. What type of media is used in the bottom tank of the EQ-WELL-UV?

    The EQ-WELL-UV bottom tank contains a carbonized coconut shell & catalytic medium that reduces synthetic chemicals, hydrogen sulfide gasses and VOCs.

  13. What percentage of chlorine do Aquasana Whole Home Systems remove and for how long?

    The EQ-600 is certified by NSF International to reduce >97% of chlorine for 600,000 gallons or 6 years. The EQ-1000 is also tested to reduce chlorine by >97% for 1,000,000 or 10 years, and the EQ-WELL-UV reduces >97% of chlorine for 500,000 gallons depending on water quality.

  14. Do any of your whole house filters remove calcium?

    Our whole house filters do not remove calcium. To reduce calcium or other hard mineral buildup, we offer whole house filter + salt-free softener combo systems.

  15. What is the flow rate of aquasana whole house filter systems?

    All Aquasana Whole House Systems perform at 7 gallons per minute (gpm).

  16. Will I experience a drop in water pressure after installing the whole house filter?

    As long as your home is less than 3500 sq. ft. and you have 3-1/2 bathrooms or fewer, you should not experience any noticeable drops in pressure. If you have a larger home, we can build a custom system to deal with the typical water capacity of your home.

  17. What is chloramine, and do your whole house filters remove it?

    Chloramine is a disinfection agent comprised of chlorine + ammonia used as an alternative to chlorine in some city water treatment facilities. They use chloramines for two big reasons: (1) chloramine is less reactive, so it does not create as many disinfection by-products as chlorine, and (2) chloramine is more persistent, and remains in the treated water through the distribution network all the way to the taps in the homes the treatment facility serves. For customers with chloramine in their water, we offer the EQ-400. The EQ-400 features upgraded catalytic activated carbon media , which has a higher surface point and is able to handle the aggressiveness of the chloramine for a longer period of time than the standard coconut shell carbon used in the standard whole house systems. The EQ-400 is available for purchase by calling the Aquasana Water Specialists at 866-662-6885.

  18. Do the whole house systems remove bacteria or viruses?

    Our EQ-WELL-UV Well Water Whole House Filter comes standard with the Aquasana Sterilight UV Filter specifically designed to kill bacteria and viruses. For our city water whole house systems (EQ-600 and EQ-1000) that do not come standard with the UV filter, we offer the Sterilight UV Filter as an add-on item that easily attaches to any of our whole house filter systems.

  19. Do I need a licensed plumber to install the whole house filter?

    Yes, Aquasana recommends you have a licensed plumber install the system for you, to ensure that the system is installed properly. Since most licensed plumbers carry insurance to cover any damages caused by an installation error, having a licensed plumber install the system for you will give you the security that the work was done properly and that the installation is backed up by the plumbing company's insurance plan. Not having the system installed by a licensed plumber will void the warranty of all our whole house filter systems.

  20. Is UV effective against protozoa such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia lamblia?

    Yes, as a result of recent findings by academic researchers, it has now been proven that UV is the best available technology to treat these protozoan cysts. In addition, the dose levels required to inactivate these cysts are actually quite low: less than 10 mJ/cm2 for 99.9% reduction of both Cryptosporidium parvum and Giardia lamblia.

  21. Why do I need to disinfect my water supply?

    Disinfection is recommended for all water supplies that are not protected by a municipal water source. Unfortunately, due to the uncertainties that exist with our current water supplies, we can no longer rely on the fact that our water supplies "may be safe". By providing your own disinfection, you are taking the responsibility of ensuring the safety of your water supply for you and your family.

  22. Does UV remove E. coli?

    Yes, E. coli requires a UV dose of between 6 to 10 mJ/cm2 to achieve a 4-log (99.99%) disinfection. This is well within the capabilities of our UV systems which actually deliver a minimum of 30 mJ/cm2.

  23. Is UV 100% effective?

    UV disinfection typically offers a 4-log reduction (99.99%) for both bacteria and most viruses. UV is more effective than chemical disinfection processes at destroying a wide range of viruses.

  24. Do I need to disinfect my municipal water supply?

    Our municipalities work very hard to provide safe, disinfected water for their customers. This is quite evident when you consider the difficulties involved in providing safe drinking water through a vast distribution network. If you use water that comes from a municipal water supply and wish to provide your family with added "peace of mind", then we believe a UV system acts as an inexpensive insurance policy against the possibility of drinking bacteriologically contaminated water.

  25. How much does it cost to operate UV systems?

    UV systems are extremely economical to operate. A typical 10 gpm whole house UV system operates on the same power requirements as a 40 watt light bulb!

  26. Will UV change the taste of my water?

    No, UV is a physical disinfection process. It does not change the taste or odor of the water. It simply provides safe, reliable disinfection and adds nothing to the water.

  27. Should I shut my UV system off when I am not using it?

    No, the UV system should be left on whether you are using the water or not. The lamps age regardless of the amount of water drawn through the system. By leaving the unit on, you will eliminate the potential problem of having contamination pass through the system while the unit is off. However, if water is drained from your disinfection system (e.g. winterizing), your UV system must be switched off.

  28. What are the annual maintenance requirements?

    UV lamps have a useful life of approximately 9000 hours which means that the lamps require annual replacement. The UV light may offer illumination beyond 1 year, however there will not be enough UV energy to provide adequate disinfection. Proper maintenance of any pre-treatment is also required. The sleeve should be cleaned at least once a year.

  29. Do I need to consider the quality of my water prior to the UV?

    Yes, our UV filter is designed for water that has already been filtered through a home filtration system and not as a standalone unit. For UV to be effective, it is recommended that the influent water contain the following:
    • Iron < 0.3 ppm (0.3 mg/L) • Manganese < 0.05 ppm (0.05 mg/L) • Hardness < 7gpg
    • Tannins < 0.1 ppm (0.1 mg/L) • Turbidity < 1NTU • UV transmittance > 75%

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User Q & A

Does the whole house well system handle Arsenic or do you have to add another component?

Asked by: Dennis
Hi Dennis! Our whole home systems are only certified to reduce chlorine, since NSF is limited in the testing they offer for Whole Home systems. We do know that the media used can reduce volatile organic chemicals, herbicides, pesticides and other chemical compounds. We add a pre-filter to help reduce reduces rust, sediment and silt and a .35 micron post filter to remove particulates 60 times smaller than the eye can see. For Arsenic reduction, you will need to look into our under counter RO system- http://www.aquasana.com/drinking-water-filter-systems/reverse-osmosis-claryum Thank you, Aquasana Customer Support
Answered by: Aquasana Customer Support
Date published: 2017-08-04

Which of the Aquasana systems best remove sulfur from the water.

Asked by: susieq
Hello! None of our whole home filtration systems are specifically designed to target sulfur, however the well system can certainly help with reduction in low levels. We also have an iron reduction tank that can assist with sulfur. Please contact our whole home specialists directly at 866.662.6885. They will take a look at your water quality report or a water test, and help customize a system that fits your needs. Thank you, Aquasana Customer Support
Answered by: Aquasana Customer Support
Date published: 2017-07-28

Do your whole house water filtration systems include reverse osmosis?

Asked by: miller1725
Thank you for your interest in Aquasana! Our Whole Home systems do not utilize reverse osmosis technology. We do have an under counter RO system for drinking water, that pairs wonderfully with a whole home system though! - http://www.aquasana.com/drinking-water-filter-systems/reverse-osmosis-claryum Thank you, Aquasana Customer Support
Answered by: Aquasana Customer Support
Date published: 2017-07-28

What is the dimensions of the water filter? Such as height and width?

Asked by: My Girl
Thank you for your interest in Aquasana! The exact dimensions of a whole home system will depend on the set-up you select. Our base system which will include the filtration rhino and the basic install kit is 57&quot; high and 27&quot; inches wide. You can see a detailed diagram on the whole home page, which will show you the exact size for every set up. Thank you, Aquasana Customer Support
Answered by: Aquasana Customer Support
Date published: 2017-07-27

Does this system reduce iron in water? Or iron bacteria?

Asked by: Samson
Thank you for your interest in Aquasana! Our whole home systems are only certified to reduce chlorine, since NSF is limited in the testing they offer for Whole Home systems. We do know that the media used can reduce volatile organic chemicals, herbicides, pesticides and other chemical compounds. We add a pre-filter to help reduce reduces rust, sediment and silt and a .35 micron post filter to remove particulates 60 times smaller than the eye can see. For removal of iron bacteria, you will need to shock your well. Please contact our whole home specialists at 866.662.6885 and we will be happy to address any questions or concerns you may have. Thank you, Aquasana Customer Support
Answered by: Aquasana Customer Support
Date published: 2017-07-26

Can this system be installed outside?

Asked by: Barbara
Thank you for your interest in Aquasana! You can certainly install this system outside, so long as you build some sort of shelter around it to protect the system from UV rays. If you live in an area that freezes often, then you will also need to ensure that it is insulated to keep it from freezing over. Thank you, Aquasana Customer Support
Answered by: Aquasana Customer Support
Date published: 2017-07-24

Do your filters take out the fluoride?

Asked by: jenny

Do your systems remove uranium? We have a 2-person household (1800 sq ft) on a well. What is the smallest unit that can handle the job? I've already wasted $$ on a competitor's POU system that falsely claims they remove 99% of heavy metals.

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