Amway introduced its first-generation Water Treatment System in the U.S. and Canada in 1984. It featured a pressed carbon filter. This technology evolved with each generation until in 1995 monitoring was added to accurately alert consumers when it was time to change the filter to guarantee its performance.
With the introduction of the eSpring® Water Purifier, Amway becomes the first manufacturer of home water purification systems to add ultraviolet (UV) light to a carbon filtration system to treat water without chemicals. The eSpring Water Purifier reduces more than 140 potential health-effect contaminants that may be in drinking water.
In 1993, Japan debuted electronic monitoring with an LED display along with carbon block and UV disinfection. In 1999, this innovation was also launched in Korea with an updated electronics design.
Japan launched the first eSpring® branded water purifier in 2000. The system built upon and advanced the technological strides of the previous water treatment designs by adding a wireless inductive coupling and smart chip technology.
By 2002, the existing design of the eSpring® unit was improved by combining the UV lamp and pressed carbon block filter into a single all-in-one cartridge used in the eSpring Water Purifier. This makes cartridge replacement easier and reduces waste.
eSpring® Water Purifiers are now being sold in 40 countries/territories around the world.
The eSpring® brand introduces the eSpring Carbon Water Treatment System, which uses carbon-filter technology to effectively reduce more than 140 potential health-effect contaminants that may be present in your drinking water while offering battery-power to simplify installation.
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