- Widely used for water treatment both for drinking water and waste water treatment.
- Low Residue
- ISO Certified Manufacturer: Ensures that the manufacturer conforms on the International standards of quality, safety and environmental international standardization.
The Importance of NSF Certified Manufacturer is that the product used to treat their drinking water is safe for them to drink because choosing a product certified by NSF lets you know the company complies with strict standards and procedures imposed by NSF. From extensive product testing and material analyses to unannounced plant inspections, every aspect of a product's development is thoroughly evaluated before it can earn the certification.
Most importantly, NSF certification is not a one-time event, but involves regular on- site inspections of manufacturing facilities and regular re-testing of products to en- sure that they continue to meet the same high standards required to maintain cer- tification over time. If for any reason a product fails to meet one or more certifica- tion criteria, NSF will take enforcement actions to protect you, including product recall, public notification or de-certification.
Products that earn NSF certification are said to be “NSF certified” or “NSF listed” and display the applicable NSF certification mark to show that they have been test- ed by one of today’s most respected independent product testing organizations.
Euro Chlor Certified: Euro Chlor effectively represents the interests of chlorine producers in Europe. It works hard to provide a focus for communications with key influence groups on chlorine issues and benefits. Euro Chlor promotes also the best practices in safety, health and environmental protection throughout the industry and has proved a sound defender safeguarding appropriate and essential applications.
EPA Certified ( ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY)
More and more businesses are requiring an EPA Certification to qualify for their positions. Having the certification is also a federal requirement. Those who go through the EPA process gain a better awareness of the many laws and rules that come with handling HVAC chemicals.
There are several different categories of certifications-EPA Section 608 Technician Certification, EPA 609 Technician Certification, R-410A Technician Certification, Indoor Air Quality Certification, PM Technician Certification, and Green HVAC/R Certification.A Chlon MSDS