The certificate is required for all foreign manufacturers of residential water treatment units
Bluewater has been awarded Ministry of Health (MOH) product certification for all three of its water purifier series in China: Cleone, Spirit and Pro.
Required for all foreign manufacturers of residential water treatment units, China’s MOH certificate is awarded by the Ministry of Health and is considered one of the most demanding when it comes to meeting qualification and product testing standards.
“We are delighted that the Bluewater application for China’s MOH certification has been successful, which is further evidence of the extremely high quality of our water purifiers that offer unmatched clean water delivery rates for homeowners and others who want to remove pollutants such as micro-organisms, pesticides, lead, arsenic and other toxic substances from their tap drinking water,” said Niclas Wullt, managing director of Sweden-headquartered Bluewater.
Gaining MOH approval involves the submission of:
- A wetted parts list;
- Product information; and
- Supporting testing data or approvals, such as NSF certification.
Bluewater’s water purifiers, such as the Spirit and Pro series, that feature the company's second-generation reverse osmosis SuperiorOsmosis technology, were required to undergo testing involving material safety, functionality and hygienic testing aimed at protecting Chinese consumers against products that do not deliver on manufacturer claims. MOH testing is carried out by an approved laboratory in China, and, upon successful completion of testing, the test results and all other product information are submitted to an expert committee that issues the recommendation for MOH approval.
Bluewater water purifiers are available across China and other parts of Asia.