AquaMedix™ develops and manufactures water filter systems and devices that filter out inorganic sediment, organic sediment, and bacteria contaminants resulting in clean, pure, shower and tap water.
Our products combine different filtration technologies and cutting-edge purification designs to provide an immediate long lasting solution against waterborne pathogens tap and shower water without the need for chemicals.
Why AquaMedix™ Cleanspray® Products
Pathogens such as Pseudomonas and Legionella the bacteria that cause Legionnaire’s Disease can cause serious health effects for at risk populations in hospitals, nursing homes and other health care facilities.
By narrowing our focus to hygienic water products such as Point of Use (POU) filtration systems AquaMedix™ offers advanced filtration at the last point of defense from contaminants in water used by patient’s or risk people every day.
We continually utilizing input from the customer, and people who install and maintain CleanSpray® water Filter systems to improve all aspects of the product. This focus can be seen in how many of our devices are designed and re-engineered to fit in the surrounding environment they are use in.
AquaMedix™ Filtration application; shower handles, fixed shower heads, faucets, standard and specialty inline filters for ice machines, dish sprayers, under sinks and other used.
AquaMedix™ is registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA Establishment Number: 89518-BEL-001. AquaMedix™ CleanSpray® Point-of-Use products are regulated by the EPA as “pest control devices” (under EPA laws, regulations and rules, bacteria, cysts and certain viruses are deemed “pests” under certain circumstances and conditions) and are not medical devices regulated by the FDA.
* Stout, Vidic, etal. July 2014 Technical Report: Pilot Scale Evaluation of Legionella and Heterotrophic Bacteria Removal by AquaMedix™ CleanSpray® HandShower Filter. S.Kreps, May 2014, Validation by a dynamic test method of a faucet cartridge manufactured by Prime Water BVBA. The results of bacterial retention characteristics of Pseudomonas aeruginaosa.