Avoid second-guessing the quality of your drinking water and get office bottle-less water systems from Watermark USA. Through our remarkable products, you can enjoy fresh, microbiologically safe drinking water every day. Say goodbye to harmful bacteria and other contamination as our water systems successfully wipe them out.
Watermark USA prides itself on its tireless pursuit of quality drinking water. To achieve this, we incorporate a critical process that includes assessment, evaluation, installation, and scheduled or unscheduled service support. For more information about our services, please contact us.
● 3M HF20-SThis recommended filter from 3M is rated for 9,000 gallons capacity, 0.5 microns, has a pressure gauge included to monitor for occlusions & pressure loss and is certified by NSF for Sediment, Chlorine Taste & Odor Removal, Scale Reduction and tested for Cyst Reduction
● DWS 160-L
This is a lead reduction filter from 3M rated for 6,000 gallons capacity, 0.2 microns, and is also certified by NSF for cyst and bacteria1 reduction with particulate, chlorine taste and odor, lead, Benzene, Toxaphene,
P-Dichlorobenzene reduction. This is a great filter for schools and businesses particularly in light of today’s heightened concern around lead in drinking water.
● Oasis Artesian (WOSS-Micro) (Countertop also available)
● Oasis Mirage (WMIR-Micro)
● MTN Nexus (WNEX-Micro) (Countertop also available)
● MTN Horizon (WHOR-Micro) (Countertop also available)
Concerned about lead, bacteria or man-made compounds in your drinking water?
Watermark is an approved sampler for our independent testing partner. Their experienced staff has expertise in testing drinking water for inorganic and volatile organic compounds. They have instrumentation dedicated to drinking water testing, and test for all the regulated and non-regulated compounds of concern.
Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOCs): Phase I, II, and V Regulated and Unregulated Volatiles (Method 524.2)
Synthetic Organic Chemicals (SOCs): Methods: 504.1, 508.1, 525.2, 531.1, 547, 548.1, 549.2, 515.4
Inorganic Chemicals (IOCs) Metals: Methods 200 Series\
General Chemistry: Anions, Perchlorate, and other Characteristic Groups
Disinfection By-products (DBPs) Analytes: Haloacetic Acids, Trihalomethanes, Chlorite, Bromate, Chlorate, Bromide
Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring