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February 1, 2014

Metering pumps that are safe for water-treatment processes

These metering pumps have been certified to meet the NSF 61 standard for use in treating water and wastewater, as well as drinking water processes. The pumps are certified as safe for use in applications involving sodium hypochlorite, ferric chloride, sodium bisulfate, potassium permanganate, sodium silicofluoride, calcium fluoride, and most other chemicals commonly used in water and wastewater flocculation, clarification, sterilization and buffering. This certification requires leaching and toxicity texts for pump components, as well as traceability for all pump components back to the mill, foundry or chemical plant that produced the materials of construction. — Seepex Inc., Enon, Ohio

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