May 21, 2014

/ NSF 61, WRAS

NSF 61 Drinking Water System Components - is the nationally recognized
health effects standard for all devices, components and materials which
contact drinking water. Parker’s O-Ring Division has developed several
materials that are certified to NSF 61. Many of these materials are approved
for use in the United Kingdom (WRAS), and Germany (KTW) as well as North
America.
NSF International is an industry regulating agency that was established in
1944. Recognized by ANSI (American National Standards Institute), NSF
maintains qualification standards and criteria for a wide range of products,
including potable water components and delivery systems.

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