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NSF Certified Products

from Waterline Technologies

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Is the price per gallon is correct? The percentage is correct? Is the material as strong as you were told? Did your supplier accurately measure the amount delivered? How can a customer be confident?

We have the solution. Do not settle for anything less than a certified product. Demand accountability. We have and will provide at any time: load certifications, lot tracing, EPA and CDPR proof of label and product listing.

If you manufacture, sell or distribute products in the United States you provide the consumer confidence in your products by having them tested and certified to National Industry Standards. Most commonly known is UL™ (Underwriters Laboratories) for electrical items used at home or work.

Why Choose Certified Products?

In our industries of water treatment this mark is NSF® - National Sanitation Foundation. NSF® along with ANSI - American National Standards Institute create standards by which responsible manufactures abide in the production of all products used around the world. NSF® represents technical excellence in public health and safety, and the NSF® mark is a symbol of this expertise.

Companies who manufacture, sell or distribute water treatment products; chemicals or equipment are required to comply with NSF/ANSI 61: Drinking Water System Components – Health Effects by most governmental agencies that regulate drinking water supplies. Developed by a team of scientists, industry experts and key industry stakeholders, NSF/ANSI 61 sets strict standards to comply and to ensure the buying public that these listed products are safe and can be trusted.

  • NSF/ANSI-60: Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals
  • NSF/ANSI-61: Drinking Water System Components
  • NSF/ANSI-50: Recreational Water Equipment

Our facility has been listed and recognized by NSF® International as a facility that distributes Certified Product through our bulk storage/distribution centers and may be permitted to place the NSF® Mark on Products shipped.

 By having this NSF® certified listing as a customer(s) you are assured that our facility has been inspected and approved. The NSF® mark provides:

  • Knowledge that an impartial review against established criteria or guidelines has been conducted
  • Evidence that the product labeling and claims have been objectively reviewed by a trusted third party
  • A way to differentiate our product from competitors who have not been certified
  • Evidence of our company-wide commitment to quality, compliance and safety
  • Backing by NSF’s team of professionals dedicated to public health and safety operating in more than 150 countries around the world

Examples of the NSF Mark

Almost all products that carry NSF certification bear an NSF mark. In some cases, the mark appears on the product itself, while in others it might appear on the product packaging or in the literature that accompanies the product.

Options for indicating a product’s certification include the use of just the NSF mark (a circle containing the letters NSF), the letters NSF followed by a series of numbers or letters to indicate a product standard, or a foil sticker with the NSF mark and several numbers/letters that can be traced to a particular manufacturer. In most cases the manufacturer’s name or identifying mark is present on the product along with the product name or model designation.

 Third-party certification provides information to stakeholders that allows them to determine compliance to regulatory and purchase specifications, to apply risk management principles and to determine general suitability of products, systems and processes.

 NSF accredited third-party certification provides all stakeholders – industry, regulators, users and the general public – assurance that a certified product, material, component or service complies with the technical requirements of the referenced standard.

The NSF certification process is specific to the product, process or service being certified and the type of certification, but generally follows seven steps:

 1. Application and information submission

2. Product evaluation

3. Product testing in lab

4. Manufacturing facility inspection, production confirmation and product sampling

5. Test results review and acceptance

6. Contract signed and products listed

7. Annual plant inspection and retesting


The Regulator’s Role in Certification

Regulatory bodies have worked with and built confidence in NSF International. Regulators can strengthen regulatory programs by recognizing accredited certifications, or other certifications, such as “NSF or equivalent”, ensuring that other certifications are deemed equivalent to those of NSF. NSF listings are updated daily and are the only way to ensure that a specific manufacturer and/or model is currently NSF certified.

Specifications to Deliver Bulk and Mini-Bilk Chemicals

We have created a standard to follow in our chemical delivery process. This covers all aspects of delivery including driver training, spill response, PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) training. We also cover your hazardous material storage and the requirements that we must have in place prior to our deliveries being made. Your storage and Haz Mat Training program is important to us. We all need to work together to ensure a safe workspace.

 Please review these specifications. You will also find on our H2O Mechanical pages our suggested chemical tank guidelines. If you have any questions, please contact our sales staff.

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