What is a drinkable pool water system?
This question was submitted by Jeff B. from Lilburn, GA.
A drinkable pool water system is defined as a pool system that meets the following requirements.
- No salt used.
- No chlorine used.
- No Ozone used.
- Must be filtered down to 2 microns (glass filter).
- Must be NSF-61 certified to capture ecoli on first pass.
- Must carry the “Drinkable Pool Water” Trademark.
“Drinkable Pool Water”is a trademarked term. The trademark is held by lazydaypools.com.