July 2013 NSF Water News
NSF – Water News

NSF/ANSI 61 Concrete Site Mix Evaluation

State agencies have begun to require concrete used in large water storage tanks, reservoirs and pipelines to comply with NSF/ANSI Standard 61 to ensure it will not contaminate drinking water. NSF's 30-day evaluation service to test concrete site mixes for compliance to NSF/ANSI 61 is fast, easy and reasonably priced. > Read More

NSF Certification of Hollow Fiber Membrane Products

One of the fastest growing drinking water treatment technologies over the past decade has been hollow fiber membrane products. At NSF, we're offering new certifications to keep up with the trend. > Read More

Swimming Up-Stream: Development of Comprehensive Spa and Swim Spa Testing and Certification

As therapy, exercise and swim spas continue their rapid growth in popularity, so does the need to assess and evaluate their safety in every conceivable climate and setting. Find out how NSF can help you achieve this. > Read More

Guidance Available on the UK's BS 6920 Materials Test

If you are considering U.K. market access for a material in contact with drinking water, check out a handy requirements guide from NSF-WRc, our U.K. test lab. It explains the rules for testing non-metallic materials against British Standard BS 6920, which is a requirement of the U.K. water industry's WRAS approval scheme for demonstrating compliance with U.K. water regulations. > Read More

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