Rhino® Max Flow Replacement Tank
Replacement tank for the Aquasana Rhino® Max Flow to remove up to 97% of chlorine and more for 1,000,000 gallons or 10 years.
This filter replaces the Rhino® Max Flow tank.
Genuine Aquasana Replacements
Peace of Mind
Only use genuine Aquasana replacements for continued system performance and epic contaminant removal.
Water You Can Trust
Independently tested to NSF/ANSI Standard 42 to remove up to 97% of chlorine.
Value & Convenience
Up to 10 years of clean, great-tasting water filtered at the most economical cost per gallon. Save money and time with fewer tank replacements.
Unique upflow, dual tank design increases water contact time with contaminant-removing media to prevent clogging or media channeling.
Easy Filter Replacements
Unlike other water filters that require bulky replacements, Aquasana’s tanks are engineered and designed for a quick, simple change.
Included Copper-Zinc (KDF) prohibits bacteria and algae growth and extends the life of your system.
This system comes with a 10-Year Limited Warranty and a 90-Day Satisfaction Guarantee so you can be confident in your purchase.
The Rhino® Max Flow Replacement Tank replaces the Rhino® Max Flow (WH-1010) main tank and lasts for 1,000,000 gallons or up to 10 years. The Rhino® provides long-lasting, high-performance water filtration for great-tasting, healthy water throughout your entire home. Rhino® Max Flow Replacement Tank is independently tested to NSF/ANSI Standard 42 to remove 97% of chlorine at 14 gpm and WQA certified to NSF/ANSI/CAN Standard 61.
The Rhino® provides benefits throughout your entire home. Cooking with filtered water produces stronger flavors, quicker cooking times, and all-around optimal results in the kitchen. Whole home filtration that reduces chlorine also helps improve your indoor air quality, since chlorine can evaporate in hot water, including shower steam, and contaminate the air you breathe. When you shower in filtered water, you reduce your body’s exposure to harsh chlorine that can cause damage and excessive drying. Bathe in Aquasana filtered water for noticeably healthier, more moisturized hair and skin. Additionally, filtering your water with an Aquasana whole house system can save you money by reducing chlorine in your water that can damage pipes and fade your clothing.
The Aquasana Rhino’s unique upflow, dual tank design increases water contact time with contaminant-grabbing media and prevents clogging or media channeling.
This Rhino's newly-improved divider valve enables a flow rate of up to 14.5 gallons per minute with no noticeable change in water pressure.
Unlike other whole house filters that require messy, complicated replacement tanks, Aquasana Rhinos are intelligently engineered for quick, easy tank replacements.
- Capacity (Years):
- 10 years
- Capacity (Gallons):
- 1,000,000 gallons
- Peak Flow Rate:
- 14.5 gpm
- Rated Flow Rate:
- 14.0 gpm
Rhino® Max Flow
Maximum-flow whole house water filtration system reduces 97% of chlorine at 2X the flow rate. Lasts 1,000,000 gallons or 10 years.
Help & Support
How to Replace the Rhino® tank
1. 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 throughout your home.
2. Do I need a licensed plumber to install a whole house filter?
We strongly recommend using a licensed plumber since they carry insurance to cover any damages caused by an installation error. This will give you the security that the work was done properly, and peace of mind in knowing that the installation is backed up by the plumbing company's insurance plan.
3. What's the flow rate of the Rhino® Max Flow whole house water filter?
The Rhino® Max Flow whole house water filter has a peak flow rate of 14.5 gallons per minute (gpm). True flow rate will vary with influent water pressure. Most homes use only 2 to 3 GPM the majority of the time.
4. Will I experience a drop in water pressure after installing a whole house water filter?
We have whole house water filter options designed to suit your specific home and needs. Our Rhino® and Rhino® Chloramines systems are designed for homes with up to 2.5 bathrooms and with 4 people or fewer in residence. If you have a larger household or are seeking maximum performance, our Rhino® Max Flow and Rhino® Chloramines Max Flow are designed for homes with up to 6 bathrooms and up to 8 people in residence. For even larger homes (5,000 square feet, 3+ stories, 7+ bathrooms, and/or 9+ people) our knowledgeable Water Experts can build a custom system to accommodate you. For more information, call us at 866-662-6885.
5. What is the difference between city water and well water?
City water is treated by municipalities to reduce bacteria, viruses, and common contamination sources. It's also regulated per the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) guidelines. Well water comes from an underground aquifer that is pumped into a home and is typically untreated. Well water may contain higher than average levels of iron or sulfur, or other contaminants.
6. What type of filtration media do you use in the tanks of the Rhino® systems?
The bottom tank contains activated carbon that reduces chlorine and/or chloramines, depending on the model purchased. In the chlorine-reducing systems, the top tank includes Copper-Zinc (KDF) media that aids in the reduction of chlorine, extends the life of your system, and inhibits bacteria and algae growth.
7. What percentage of chlorine do Aquasana whole house water filters remove and for how long?
The Rhino® Max Flow is independently tested to NSF/ANSI Standard 42 to remove up to 97% of chlorine for 1,000,000 gallons or up to 10 years.
8. What is chloramine and do your whole house filters remove it?
Chloramine is a disinfection agent comprised of chlorine and ammonia used as an alternative to chlorine in some city water treatment facilities. For customers with chloramine in their water, we offer the Rhino® Chloramines. This Whole House Filter features upgraded catalytic carbon media, which has a higher surface area to handle the aggressiveness of chloramine for longer than the standard whole house systems.
9. 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. Chlorine, for instance, is changed into benign, water-soluble chloride, which is then carried harmlessly through the water supply.
10. I just installed my filter. Why does my water look milky or cloudy?
After you install your whole house filter, you may notice your water is cloudy. Cloudy or white water is a result of air in the pipes. This trapped air is what causes the water to have a cloudy appearance. This is very common and not harmful. The trapped air in the pipes can take a week to a month to completely resolve.
11. Do I need to disinfect my water supply?
It is recommended to disinfect all water supplies that are not protected by a municipal water (city water) source. By providing your own disinfection, you are ensuring the safety of your water supply for you and your family.