Application Note

Why Should We Care About NSF/ANSI 61 Certification?

Source: Newterra Corporation

First, let's explain what it is...

NSFAccording to National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), it's a set of standards relating to water treatment and establishes criteria for the control of equipment that comes in contact with either potable water or products that support the production of water.

Now, why it's important...

NSFMany states or localities require NSF/ANSI 61 certifications for municipal water product components. TIGG CP Pressure Vessel Systems have completely certified to NSF Standard 61 regulations for potable drinking water. All of TIGG’s CP line of liquid phase systems and associated fittings adhere to these stringent specifications; these include the mechanical devices, pipes, fixtures, valves, gaskets, and coatings.

Our systems are more than just compliant, they are CERTIFIED. This means that our systems have gone through rigorous performance testing and are certified to industry standards.

Additionally, NSF certification is not a one-and-done event, it involves regular on-site audits of our manufacturing facility and regular review of our products to ensure that they continue to meet the same high standards required to maintain certification over time.

At TIGG, it's about doing the right thing.  Our NSF certification is the industry-wide gold standard we hold ourselves accountable to on behalf of our customers.


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