A great deal of pride goes into the industry-leading VIQUA UV systems that are design and build in Guelph, Ontario. Only the most rigorous certification standards are used for the VIQUA systems. This is done so dealers and consumers know they can trust the VIQUA name and have complete confidence in choosing any VIQUA product.
The most recognized certification in water treatment is the NSF mark. NSF International is an independent certification organization that is responsible for developing and maintaining the standards by which water treatment products are tested. For example, NSF 55 is the standard used to ultraviolet sanitation systems for drinking water. A certified UV system means that product complies wth the strict standards and procedures implemented by the NSF organization, including product testing and material analysis. In order to maintain NSF certification, the VIQUA plant is subject to unscheduled inspections and regular testing of the VIQUA UV product line. This is an ongoing review process initialed by the NSF organization. NSF certification is recognized by regulators at all levels of government, both locally and internationally. The VIQUA line-up includes several UV systems that are NSF certified. Other markings on the VIQUA products include CE and UL as market appropriate. Both of these communicate that the product is assessed before being placed on the market and meets safety, health and environmental protection requirements.
Beyond the VIQUA Product Line
While quality product and excellence in engineering are the foundation, VIQUA stands for more than that. VIQUA products are backed by an industry-leading warranty and we are fully committed to aftermarket support. With VIQUA, technical support is never more than a phone call away. Our very knowledgeable team has a combined 30+ years of experience in troubleshooting water quality and installation challenges. Programs like the “Certified Installer” designation help our customers build their business and provide homeowners with the confidence of selecting an installer.