THIRD US PATENT AWARDED TO PERFECT WATER TECHNOLOGIES
PHOENIX (July 7, 2016) – Perfect Water Technologies announced today it has been awarded a new U.S. patent for its innovative wall-mount bracket, which significantly simplifies the installation process of its whole-house water filtration systems. Patent No. D760,578 is the third patent for the company that produces groundbreaking whole-house water filtration, undersink reverse osmosis (RO) and hydroponic systems under the Home Master® brand.
Traditional two-stage, whole-house filtration systems on the market today use brackets that force consumers to mount the system to a two-by-four or particleboard before securing it to a wall. These brackets also typically interfere with the pipe fitment, causing additional install challenges.
Our patented wall-mount bracket was developed to fit standard residential 16-inch wall studs, eliminating these steps completely and allowing consumers to easily mount their Home Master system directly to the wall.
“The biggest driver of our R&D efforts is the consumer experience,” said Jon Sigona, president of Perfect Water Technologies. “Our research team looks at every area of the customer/product interaction, seeking to produce an evolutionary refinement or revolutionary new development to deliver the perfect water to our customers. This patented wall-mount bracket alleviates installation headaches for consumers and simplifies the DIY option.”
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About Perfect Water Technologies
Perfect Water Technologies develops innovative water purification products for home and garden under the Home Master® brand. Founded in 2002, the company has developed a patented remineralization system for reverse osmosis systems to reduce storage tank degradation, improve water quality and reproduce perfect natural water. Recent efforts have focused on bringing the highest-grade catalytic carbon to all of our carbon filters to address the growing concern with chloramines. For more information about Perfect Water Technologies and Home Master brand products, visit www.HomeMasterFilters.com.
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