Drinking water quality

WHO guidelines

The World Health Organization (WHO) has set up a set of guidelines for potable water safety. In these guidelines a large range of parameters are highlighted, describing their function and risk when present in drinking water for human consumption. For some parameters limits have been stated, while other parameters are solely described. Potable water can contain a large range of elements, varying from pesticides to pathogenic agents.

Our systems are custom built according to a predetermined influent quality, and the purifying ability has been set up according to these predeterminations. The produced potable water from the Engeldot-Water installations is in accordance and compliance with the international WHO guidelines for potable water safety.

In order to guarantee the quality and safety of the produced potable water Engeldot-Water provides the opportunity of adding high quality monitoring systems to her machines.

Third party approval

Each system leaving our factory has been extensively tested on a special demonstration site proving its functionality. Water analyses are independently collected and analyzed by an ISO 17025 certified laboratory. All test results are collected in a Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) report which is monitored by an independent monitoring agency like Lloyd’s Register, issuing a statement of compliance.