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Hague Water Max

Trojan UVMax Pro SeriesWaterMax WaterMax® is a patented, comprehensive water softener system; truly the right water cleaner for our age of conservation -- the world's most efficient water treatment system.

From our computerized solid-state Systems Control to our exclusive directional flow screens, only the most advanced manufacturing processes and materials have been used to build WaterMax® water softeners. We employ the most innovative engineers in the industry and have won 7 U.S. patents ensuring that WateMax® provides years of trouble-free water treatment in your home, which is why it is known throughout the world.

The WaterMax water softener will work for you in ensuring that your entire house receives the benefits of soft, clean water. You’ll be able to taste the freshness of sweet corn, feel the softness of a new shirt and say goodbye to that film around the tub.

And it won’t just do good work, it will look good too. The styling of a WaterMax® is as impressive as its operational capabilities. There simply is no better looking water softener on the market today. Even the texture of the cabinet is quality you can feel.

Well Water

The Watermax, with its patented multi-compartment system is capable of 83 different configurations. This allows the Watermax to simultaneously address multiple well water problems.

The superior construction of the Watermax versus conventional water softeners includes its patented directional flow screens. These screens are laser welded to an injection-molded tank made of glass filled polypropylene.

The Watermax can pack pounds of a variety of media in each compartment, media that is necessary to correct some of the most severe problem water.

A single Watermax multi-compartment tank may contain up to a total of 5 different types of media to provide the Right Solution for your water. A claim unmatched by any conventional water softener!

Designed to be friendly to the environment, the Systems Controller precisely calculates the solution to your water supply needs, allowing the Watermax to use less water, less regenerate, and less energy.

Combine the Watermax with the Hague H3500 Reverse Osmosis System and treat yourself and your family to the highest quality working and life support water!

An American company makes the Watermax in America. Hague Quality Water International proudly celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2010.

City or Municipal Water

Water supply systems get water from a variety of locations, including groundwater (aquifers) and surface water (lakes and rivers). The water is then, in most cases, purified. The process goes something like this in the case of city/municipal water being fed by a groundwater supply:

  1. Water first enters the water treatment facility through an inlet pipe with a large metal grill to keep out large debris.
  2. A preliminary screening takes place at a pumping station, which removes fish, garbage, sewage, and grass.
  3. Once the debris is removed, the raw water enters the water treatment plant. At this point the water is dirty, smelly and unsafe to drink. Activated carbon is added to the water to remove the bad taste and odor.
  4. The water now enters a series of mixing tanks to coagulate and form clumps of sedimentation to be filtered mechanically removing all particulate matter. However, the clear water is still teaming with bacteria and viruses.
  5. Technicians chlorinate the water by adding 1.9 ml per liter of water and, in many municipal water treatment systems; fluoride is also added to the water supply. Treated water then either flows by gravity or is pumped to reservoirs, which can be elevated in such cases as water towers or on the ground. Once water is used, wastewater is typically discharged in a sewer system and treated in a wastewater treatment plant before being discharged into a river.
  6. A drinking water test can be conducted by your local Hague dealer to determine the amount of chlorine in your water.


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