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Equipment for Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs
and Other Recreational Water Facilities
NOTE: Products are certified to the requirements of NSF/ANSI 50 using the NSF Component Certification Specification 12804.
|801 Ocean Front Walk|
|Venice Beach, CA 90291|
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Facility : Venice Beach, CA
Isolation Chamber  
 Unit complies with NSF/ANSI 50 – CCS 12804. The NSF evaluation and testing included: production facility inspection, material health safety, corrosion resistance, slip resistance of the step-in entry area, liner strength testing, pull strength of grab handles and mounting, testing of the water circulation and pumping system and three stage filtration system for turbidity particulate removal, head loss testing, system life testing, entrapment testing of water intakes, system burst safety testing, 3-log disinfection efficacy of the treatment system, installation, operation and cleaning instructions, and product marking. The unit shall be installed in accordance with local public health, building, and electrical code requirements.  The air circulation system is compliant with ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2007, providing 10 complete filtered air exchanges per hour. The integrated cleaning system utilizes a 20 minute between user filtration and treatment cycle which incorporates UV and ozone treatment ozone to achieving an oxidation reduction potential (ORP) of 750 mV per 20 minute cleaning cycle.  Systems Certified up to 300 gallons.
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