NSF 61-Certified O-Rings
The NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) ensures the safety of products involved in the treatment and distribution of water. NSF 61 (also referred to as NSF/ANSI Standard 61) restricts certain substances from breaching into drinking water at any point in the production process.
What does it mean to have an NSF 61-Certified o-ring? Specific rubber compounds have been tested by an independent laboratory and approved to be used in the process of water transmission and treatment. This means that o-rings listed as NSF 61 are not made with any of the NSF’s forbidden contaminants.
NSF 61 O-Ring Compounds
At Global O-Ring and Seal, we offer NSF 61-Certified compounds in EPDM, Silicone, Nitrile, and Viton® materials which are approved for such use. Below is a listing of the rubber compounds we supply, certified to NSF 61 standards.
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