Glasgow, DE - Graver Technologies, LLC announces that NSF has tested and certified Graver High Flow Series filters. Specifically these products were tested and certified by NSF International under ANSI/NSF Standard 61 as a drinking water system component. NSF International is an independent, not-for-profit organization that conducts third-party conformity assessment services in the interest of protecting public health and safety. The NSF certification is widely regarded by water system OEM’s, municipal water treatment facilities, water bottlers, etc, as the required standard for the filters they purchase. NSF/ANSI Standard 61 addresses crucial aspects of drinking water system components: whether contaminants that leach or migrate from the product/material into the drinking water are above acceptable levels in finished waters. Graver High Flow Series filters feature a large geometry (6” diameter x 40” or 60” lengths) that makes them ideally suited for applications with large daily flow capacities such as a municipal drinking water plant. Operators appreciate the convenience of changing out a single High Flow filter in place of up to 32 standard 10” filter cartridges. They are constructed of 100% pure polypropylene, contain no binders, adhesives or surfactants and all materials of construction, are FDA listed for food and beverage contact and meet USP Toxicity tests for use in pharmaceutical applications.
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