Pure Friendly Collection
Pure Friendly technology comprises of a patented method for generating high levels of dissolved oxygen producing pure, fresh, healthy, sanitised water.
- The Pure Friendly process of removing of contaminants from the water is 100% environmentally friendly
- Pure Friendly is compact, efficient, reliable, durable, and economical.
- It is easily installed and removed if the need should arise.
- It is also easily retrofitted into an existing installation.
- Pure Friendly is very economical to operate and maintain.
- Pure Friendly does not require much space; consequently, replacement parts also require very minimal storage space
Pure Friendly Household Range
Questionnare for All UK Corporate Workplaces
The Government HSE Guidelines for Welfare at Work stipulate that the law requires you to provide drinking water systems which can be fed from the public water supply as a preference however a secondary supply from bottled water dispensers is acccepted.
The Law states water to be free from contamination and disease where Legionella is a more common bacteria found in public drinking water environments.
Many buildings need a water management program to reduce the risk for Legionella growing and spreading within their water system and devices
The company could be at risk without knowing the full implications of providing water to their staff therefore we have developed a useful questionnnare to ensure you are fully aware and if any modifications are required to the system.
The healthier and cleaner your drinking water is the more productive and healthier you feel – especially with added Oxygen
Pure Friendly Leisure Range
Chlorine and DBP’s
Most pools rely on chlorine–or its close cousin bromine–to provide strong disinfection. Chlorine is good for killing algae and mold as well as many waterborne bacteria that carry diseases.
However Chlorine reacts with organic matter–such as leaves and dirt, as well as sweat, oils, lotions, saliva, and urine that people introduce to form dozens of so-called disinfection byproducts, or DBPs, which can be toxic and can’t be biologically degraded in the water.
Since the mid-1970s when DBPs were first discovered in chlorinated tap water, the Environmental Protection Agency has stepped in to restrict levels of these chemicals, some of which, like trihalomethanes, have been linked to cancer, miscarriages, reproductive problems, and other diseases.