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NSF/ANSI 60
Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals - Health Effects



 
BASF Performance Products plc (formerly Ciba Corporation) 
P.O. Box 38
Low Moor, Bradford 
West Yorkshire BD12 OJZ 
United Kingdom 
44 1274 417 847
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Facility : Bradford, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom


Miscellaneous Water Supply Products[1]
Trade Designation Product Function Max Use
Alcomer 1771 Well Drilling Aid NA
Alcomer 24 (UK) Well Drilling Aid NA

[1] These products are designed to be flushed out prior to using the system for drinking
    water.  Before being placed in service, the well is to be properly flushed according to
    the manufacturer's use instructions.
    Certification of these products is based on a well drilling model with the following
    assumptions:
      - The amount of well drilling fluid used is 3780 L (1000 U.S. gallons) to which the 
        drilling fluid has been added at the manufacturer's recommended level.
      - The aquifer contains 3.1 million liters of water (815,000 gallons) based on a 0.5 
        acre aquifer of 6.1 meter depth (20 ft.) and 25% porosity.  
      - The bore hole is 61 meters in total depth (200 ft.), the screen is 6.1 meters in
        length (20 ft.), and the bore hole is 25.4 cm in diameter (10 in.).
      - The amount of drilling fluid removed from the well during construction is equal to 
        the combined volumes of the casing, the screen, and the bore hole annuals around 
        the casing and the screen, plus an additional amount removed through the well 
        disinfection and development (90% removed).
      - These products should not be used in constructing wells in highly porous formations
        such as cavernous limestone.

Polyacrylamide [PC]
Trade Designation Product Function Max Use
Agefloc WT953 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Alcomer 110RD[1] Well Drilling Aid NA
Alcomer 752 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Magnafloc LT 22 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Magnafloc LT 22S Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Zetag 7523 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L

[1] These products are designed to be flushed out prior to using the system for drinking
    water.  Before being placed in service, the well is to be properly flushed according to
    the manufacturer's use instructions.
    Certification of these products is based on a well drilling model with the following
    assumptions:
      - The amount of well drilling fluid used is 3780 L (1000 U.S. gallons) to which the 
        drilling fluid has been added at the manufacturer's recommended level.
      - The aquifer contains 3.1 million liters of water (815,000 gallons) based on a 0.5 
        acre aquifer of 6.1 meter depth (20 ft.) and 25% porosity.  
      - The bore hole is 61 meters in total depth (200 ft.), the screen is 6.1 meters in
        length (20 ft.), and the bore hole is 25.4 cm in diameter (10 in.).
      - The amount of drilling fluid removed from the well during construction is equal to 
        the combined volumes of the casing, the screen, and the bore hole annuals around 
        the casing and the screen, plus an additional amount removed through the well 
        disinfection and development (90% removed).
      - These products should not be used in constructing wells in highly porous formations
        such as cavernous limestone.
[PC] Polyacrylamide Products Certified by NSF International comply with 40 CFR 141.111
     requirements for percent monomer and dose.


Facility : Grimsby, United Kingdom


Polyacrylamide [PC]
Trade Designation Product Function Max Use
Agefloc WT652 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Agefloc WT653 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Agefloc WT953 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Alcomer 110RD[1] Well Drilling Aid NA
Magnafloc LT20 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Magnafloc LT22 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Magnafloc LT22S Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Magnafloc LT25 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Magnafloc LT27 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Magnafloc LT27AG Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Magnafloc LT30 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Magnafloc LT340 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L
Organopol 5590 Coagulation & Flocculation 1mg/L

[1] These products should not be used in constructing wells in highly porous formations such
    as cavernous limestone. 
    These products are designed to be flushed out prior to using the system for drinking
    water. Before being placed in service, the well is to be properly flushed according to
    the manufacturer's use instructions. 
    Certification of these products is based on a well drilling model with the following
    assumptions: 
    The amount of well drilling fluid used is 3780 L (1000 U.S. gallons) to which the
    drilling fluid has been added at the manufacturer's recommended level. The aquifer
    contains 3.1 million liters of water (815,000 gallons) based on a 0.5 acre aquifer of
    6.1 meter depth (20 ft.) and 25% porosity. The bore hole is 61 meters in total depth
    (200 ft.), the screen is 6.1 meters in length (20 ft.), and the bore hole is 25.4 cm in
    diameter (10 in.). The amount of drilling fluid removed from the well during
    construction is equal to the combined volumes of the casing, the screen, and the bore
    hole annuals around the casing and the screen, plus an additional amount removed through
    the well disinfection and development (90% removed).
[PC] Polyacrylamide Products Certified by NSF International comply with 40 CFR 141.111
     requirements for percent monomer and dose.


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