Approvals and Certifications

Rogers England Ozone System has been fully tested and approved by independent, accredited organisations and international certification bodies for having successfully met the requirements of various safety, integrity and quality standards.

Rogers England Ozone System is certified by The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS), UK. In general, certification under this UK certification scheme is recognised and accepted by the Water Supplies Department of Hong Kong as having fully conformed to their requirements.

National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) of the USA is one of the most highly regarded authorities on sanitary plumbing products. Rogers England Ozone System is approved and certified in compliance with NSF/ANSI 61 (an NSF certification scheme) which ensures that our entire system including all its components will not pose any adverse health effects.


Rogers England Ozone System is also certified under AB1953 (California Assembly Bill 1953), specifying its lead content level is below 0.25%, hence it is able to deliver water that is safe for human consumption.

The cUPC Mark was developed in response to an industry request for a uniform code for testing plumbing supply fittings that would be acceptable in both Canada and the USA. Rogers England Ozone System is cUPC certified, hence it is allowed for sale in both Canada and the USA.

WaterMark Certification Scheme is an Australian certification scheme for plumbing and drainage products. All plumbing products must first secure WaterMark certifications before being allowed to go on sale in Australia and New Zealand. Rogers England Ozone System has acquired this certification.

Rogers England Ozone System is fully compliant with the CE marking for Low Voltage Directive (LVD) and Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) in the European Economic Area (EEA). The LVD ensures that the electrical component will be used safely for its intended applications. The EMC requires that products must not emit unwanted electromagnetic pollution (interference) that might disturb radio and telecommunication as well as other equipment.