Clean & Pure Water
Accreditation & Compliance
Enviroswim has nothing in it that is toxic, just copper and silver ions, electronic oxidisation and ultrasound. For the cleanest water without any added chlorine, this unit is it.
Enviroswim was tested for 12 months by *— a world-renowned independent
testing facility for new water treatment systems. This is a rigorous series of tests
to the ANSI 50 standard that challenge every aspect of water purification and its effects on the environment.
Clean & Pure Water
More About Accreditation
For the cleanest water without any added chlorine, this unit is it. Enviroswim has nothing in it that is toxic, just copper and silver ions, electronic oxidisation and ultrasound.
The Enviroswim technology was devised and patented in Australia, a world leader in swimming pool technology. Subsequent patents have been issued in many other countries. The development of the technology was approved and granted funding by the Australian Government. The published independent efficacy tests were conducted by a NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities) government laboratory.
The ES3 system was granted *– certification in 2009.
To gain this world-renowned certification, the Enviroswim system had to pass a series of tests including:
*Note: Enviroswim is not currently registered with * — due to the financial costs of maintaining certification verses the volume of USA sales. Once USA sales grow to an acceptable volume we intend to re-list with *– This should not detract readers from the fact that we are one of very few Australian manufacturers who have invested $100’sK on the independent accreditation of our product for our customers assurance & safety.
* Contactual terms prohibit us from naming or using the trademarks of the organisation that certified our product whilst we are not maintaining the registration terms & fees. Please contact us for more details regarding our history and previous independent accreditation for our patented system.
The Enviroswim complies registered with all required standards for this class of swimming pool equipment in all relevant jurisdictions. This includes Electrical,
electromagnetic standards and where relevant registration of effective chemical processes.
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