Have You Met Hans?

Remove 99.9% of Harmful Chemicals and Additives in Your Water Today
Meet HANS™— the only all-in-one treatment that improves nature’s most vital resource by instantly softening your water and reducing 99.9% of contaminants in your entire home.

Cleaner Water

Removes key contaminants* including lead, PFOS, nitrates, and arsenic to deliver water that exceeds federal health cleanliness standards across all taps in your home.

User Friendly Design

Convenience at your fingertips! Check water usage, filter status, and membrane life directly from the mobile app— all with the ability to set service alerts to keep your system running seamlessly.

20 Year Warranty

Yeah, you read that right! Feel confident in your investment with the assurance of a 20-year limited warranty— along with virtually zero upkeep (thanks to the powerful integrated daily self-cleaning feature).

Why Choose Hans™?

Introducing: Your Home’s New Best Friend

A Better Bathroom

  • Softens and shines hair (even your four-legged’s, too)
  • Leaves skin clean and scent-free
  • Improves oral health

Whole Home Solution

  • Auto enthusiasts rejoice! Clean your car to a residue and streak-free shine
  • Cleaner, softer, brighter linens
  • Extends the lifecycle of water-reliant appliances

A Tasty Upgrade

  • Improves taste for drinking and cooking (Barista who?)
  • Leaves dishes sparkling clean and residue-free ✨

Do You Know…

What’s REALLY in Your Water?

Chlorine

Chlorine is added to most drinking water and many waste waters to destroy bacteria.

Chloroform

Small amounts of chloroform are formed as an unwanted product during the process of adding chlorine to water.

Lead

Lead can enter drinking water when plumbing materials that contain lead corrode. The most common sources of lead in drinking water are lead pipes, faucets, and fixtures.

Arsenic

Arsenic can dissolve into groundwater, winding up in your family’s tap. Drinking water with arsenic in it can increase your risk of cancer and other serious health effects.

Nitrates

Nitrates in groundwater originate primarily from fertilizers, septic systems, and manure storage or spreading operations.

Pesticides

Pesticides typically occur in trace levels, and the concern is primarily for their potential for causing chronic health problems.

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