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At the Heart of eSpring

eSpring’s Secret To True Water

What’s at the core of the eSpring Water Treatment System? A cartridge that is a combination of the U.S.-patented Carbon Filter and Ultraviolet (UV) Lamp to reduce dangerous contaminants and destroy disease-causing bacteria and viruses in your drinking water. They work together like no other system to filter your water in a single, easy-to-replace Cartridge.


Activated Carbon-Block Filter

The patented multi-stage filter is made from high quality, coconut shell-based activated carbon for the effective removal of contaminants, up to 0.2 microns. It effectively reduces more than 140 potential health-effect contaminants such as heavy metals, residues, sediment and chemicals from your water supply, while allowing beneficial minerals like calcium and magnesium to safely pass through.

eSpring Water Treatment System NSF Certification

UV Lamp

The advanced UV Lamp emits a 40 mJ/cm2 dose of UV light which is capable of destroying more than 99.99% of waterborne bacteria and viruses in drinking water. It is powered by an intelligent wireless inductive coupling technology which makes the units’ performance highly efficient and reliable.


FACT

The eSpring Water Treatment System does more than just improves taste, odour and clarity of water, it is actually more convenient and less costly than bottled water. One cartridge cleans the equivalent of 10,000 (500ml) bottles of water. But don’t just take our word for it. We’ve got the certifications as proof!

Note: It is recommended that the Cartridge be replaced once a year or once every 5,000 litres of water whichever comes first.


Exceeding Industry Standards

Enjoying clean, fresh-tasting water every time you turn on the tap is a key reason to choose the eSpring® Water Treatment System. Since 1987, Amway and NSF International have made a crucial impact on residential water treatment certifications ultimately giving you access to the highest quality drinking water possible for you and your family.


WHAT IS NSF?

NSF® International is an independent, not-for-profit public health organisation that helps consumers by maintaining standards for food, water and consumer goods as well as certifying products according to these standards.

Under the NSF International standards, the eSpring® Water Treatment System is certified for reducing more contaminants than any other carbon-based UV filtration system. eSpring reduces more than 140 potential health-effect contaminants in drinking water and uses UV technology to treat water without chemicals.


WHY NSF?

Choosing a product certified by NSF lets you know the company complies with strict standards and procedures imposed by NSF. NSF certification is not a one-time event; it involves regular on-site inspections of manufacturing facilities and regular re-testing of products to ensure that they continue to meet the same high standards required to maintain certification over time.


eSPRING’S LIST OF NSF RECOGNITION

1st water treatment system in the world to meet NSF/ANSI Standards 42, 53, and 55 – three internationally recognised water quality standards:

Standard 42 - Aesthetic Effects

Tests systems for their ability to reduce drinking water contaminants that affect the taste, odour and clarity of water.

Standard 53 – Health Effects

Tests systems for their ability to reduce a wide range of contaminants including lead, asbestos, VOCs and pesticides.

    Standard 55 – UV Microbiological Water Treatment System

    Tests systems that use UV light for microbial control. Very few systems meet Standard 55.

    1st system to be certified to all 15 NSF/ANSI 401 Emerging Contaminants including pharmaceuticals, Pesticides and Herbicide:

    Standard 401 – Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants

    Tests systems for their ability to remove up to 15 contaminants including pharmaceuticals, over-the-counter medications, herbicides, pesticides and chemicals like bisphenol A (BPA).

    NSF Protocol P473 – PFOA and PFOS

    Tests systems for their ability to reduce perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluoro octane sulfonate (PFOS).

    NSF Protocol P477 – Microcystins

    Tests systems for their ability to reduce microcystin (toxins produced by blue-green algae).