As the manufacturer of End2End Covers, we follow stringent guidelines in production with ongoing inspection compliance with UL labs for energy efficiency [CEC Title 20]. UL Labs [Project Number 4788881992] was completed on 3.17.2019 with a pass/compliance.
CEC Title 20: Per Section 1605.3(g)(6)(B), the normalized standby power (Pnorm), as defined in Table G-3, manufactured on or after June 1, 2019, is not greater than calculated standby power (3.75(V2/3)+40) watts, where V = the fill volume, in gallons.
We have tested the E2E Swim Spa Cover against the R-19 foam cover. The E2E Swim Spa Cover outperformed the R-19 foam cover in climate control test chambers, saving customers daily energy consumption and costs.
The reasons for this, which link directly to the materials used in the designed of the End 2 End Swim Spa Covers®.
- The E2E Cover’s one-piece system, locks in heat vapor which stops convective heat loss. There are no sections or seams for heat loss like on an outdated conventional hot tub style cover.
- Air trapped in our multi-layered cover stops conductive heat loss.
These factors, locking in of the heat vapor and air entrapment within the cover is why we outperform the other cover systems.
The E2E Cover® provides consumers energy efficiency, one-person ease of use, and longevity.