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Established in 1973, Magen eco Energy is a privately-held company owned by Kibbutz Magen, Israel. Over the years Magen eco-Energy has grown into a world leader, specializing in the R&D, production, and marketing of ecological, economical solutions for swimming pool heating & sanitizing and corrosive fluids heating & cooling.
At the core of Magen’s product lines is the innovative Over-Molding Injection Technology which enables the manufacturing of seamless, leak-proof, integrally-molded thermoplastic units. Far more advanced than any other application in its field. This technology, a fully automated manufacturing process and a modular robust product design gives Magen a strategic competitive advantage.
The driving force behind Magen’s progressive and constant development of new improved products is its exceptional R&D team of creative engineers. As a result, Magen has an impressive portfolio of registered international patents and intellectual property assets.
Today, Magens’ brands: Heliocol®, Sunstar®, Calorplast® and Resilience® are considered to be the beacon of their industry, providing inspiration for many followers to come.
OG-400 certification of solar pool & spa heaters ensures that systems meet minimum requirements for safety and durability.
Certified systems must properly integrate with pool designs and systems to ensure that critical safety protections for water quality, suction entrapment, and maximum temperature are maintained. For certification, ICC-SRCC staff review system designs, material specifications, installation manuals, and operation manuals.
Building officials look to the OG-400 certifications to provide proof of compliance with the standard and key third-party information for inspections. Pool designers and consumers seek OG-400 certification as a mark of quality, safety, and durability.
The NSF mark is specific to the type of product it appears on — from dietary supplements, to water filters and dishwashers to plumbing components, pool equipment and more.
Products bearing an NSF certification mark meet all standard requirements, including product testing and regular inspections to verify products continue to comply with the standard.
In this edition of NSF/ANSI 50 the following revisions were incorporated:
Issue 67 - Annex H When Annex H of NSF 50 was modified in 2005 the procedure eliminated the specific test method for ion generators. This revision reinstates a specific test method for ion generators as well as requires statements in the listing and use instructions that communicate disinfection capabilities of the certified systems.
Issue 71 - Batch chlorination systems: This revision updated the operating condition specifications in 15.2 for batch chlorination system components.