Reverse Osmosis Certification

  • Reverse Osmosis Certification is important.
  • In the water industry the use of seals form different standards organisations is a common practice.
  • Who will ever find the manufacturers of any product that have an organisations seal on.
  • Most of the filters with seals of standards organisations on them have no manufacturer’s name, address or any kind of contact details on them.
  • That means that the product just uses the trade mark of these standards organisations without their approval.
  • If the manufacturers do this type of practices what do you think will there product is like?
  • You can get harmful minerals and chemicals in and you will not be able to trace the manufacturer.
  • The supplier of the product will not be able to help you.
  • Most of the products come from the Asia.
  • They have only one goal and that is to sell whatever they can sell.
  • If they can sell a mountain in water filters and make it off as mineral replacement filters then let it be.
  • If you buy it and believe that it replaces minerals then there is none other to blame but yourself.
  • No reverse osmosis system have any form of Reverse Osmosis Certification.
  • Any Reverse Osmosis Certification statements that is been made is worth nothing.

Reverse Osmosis Certification and the misleading statements:Reverse Osmosis Certification

A list of seals and trademarks from standards organisations.

The following list of seals and trademarks is common on water filters.

  • NSF certification
  • NSF/ANSI standards
  • FDA&EPA Standard
  • Water Quality Association Member
  • ANAB OR BSI ISO 9001, FM 543289

Do these trademarks mean anything in the quality of the product?

Reverse Osmosis Certification

Reverse Osmosis Certification information

  • To be honest to you is that the use of these trademarks is not regulated properly.
  • In my view is the trade marks not worth the print on the product.
  • The manufacturers use the trade marks to promote their products.
  • The manufacturers do not even use their name on the products.
  • If they do not use their name on the product, what message does it bring over?
  • They do not want to be associated with the product or they do not have the approval to use the trade mark.
  • Today a trademark means nothing in the water industry.
  • That is why ID-WATSS have set standards for the domestic water treatment systems.

What is the solution for this misleading in the water treatment system certification industry?

  • The best you can do is to make contact with a technician or supplier that is accredited by ID-WATSS.
  • ID-WATSS is from South Africa and they are serious about the standards of domestic water treatment systems.
  • A technician that is accredited by ID-WATSS work strict according to the standards.
  • They will give you the best advice.
  • The moment you have spent some time with one of the ID-WATSS accredited technicians you will know that they are serious about their clients health and there products.
  • That way you will improve your health and the quality of the water that you drink.
  • If you use the reverse osmosis water you will never drink tap water again.
  • It is important to know that any of these certifications means absolutely nothing.
  • It is just a label or a piece of paper.
  • The fact is the marketing is based on the impression they create.
  • The bottom lines all this certification is a lot of rubbish.
  • You can take it from me and you can tell any person that wants to tell you that the certification means something.
  • Tell them I say “Bull Shit”, that is what their certification means to me.
  • I’m 8 years in the business and have tested most of the products to set standards for myself.
  • Let them give you a three years warranty if their product has a certification standard.