You probably know by now that QNET will do everything in its power to make sure you are absolutely safe when using its products.

This is why most of our HomePure have already been independently certified by industry-leading NSF International. There was one product undergoing testing for a few months now, ever since it was launched, and the blue mark of certification has just arrived.

HomePure Eaze has finally received the following certification:

NSF/ANSI Standard 53 – Drinking Water Treatment Units – Health Effects

NSF/ANSI Standard 42 – Drinking Water Treatment Units – Aesthetic Effects

NSF International, a non-profit, non-governmental international accreditation agency based in United States , extensively tests and analyses to ensure consumers get the most out of their food, water and consumer goods. You can be sure that a product that has received the NSF Mark is everything it claims to be.

HomePure Eaze is one of the newest water filters in the HomePure line. Designed to look great on your countertop, have fast and fresh filtered water on-hand direct from the elegant euro-styled HomePure Eaze whenever you need it!

Lighter on your pocket, HomePure Eaze’s 5 stages of filtration including ultrafiltration will give you clean, healthy and great tasting water with class.

Thanks to this NSF certification, you can be assured that all claims made my HomePure Eaze are true, such as:

  • Taste/odour, chlorine, turbidity and VOC reduction claims are true, ensuring you are buying the right water treatment system.
  • No harmful chemicals will be present in the water.
  • The system unit is structurally sound according to specifications.
  • The filtration system is as advertised; no misleading literature and labelling.
  • No change in the materials and manufacturing processes as described by the manufacturer.

HomePure is also now listed in the NSF website under QNET. How cool is that? If you want to check it out, click here.

Raring to have your own HomePure Eaze? Go get it in your eStore now!

SEE ALSO: What is NSF and Why is It so Important?