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NSF/ANSI 61
Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects

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Miox Corporation 
5601 Balloon Fiesta Parkway
Albuquerque, NM 87113 
United States 
800-646-9426 
505-343-0090
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Facility : Albuquerque, NM

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Trade Designation Size Temp Material

Chemical Generators[1]
AE-4 [2] CLD 23 MLTPL
AE-6 [3] CLD 23 MLTPL
AE-8 [4] CLD 23 MLTPL
RIO ZUNI 1.0[5] [6] CLD 23 MLTPL
RIO ZUNI 2.0[5] [6] CLD 23 MLTPL
RIO-S H1000 [5] [7] CLD 23 MLTPL
RIO-S H1500 [5] [7] CLD 23 MLTPL
RIO-S H2000 [5] [7] CLD 23 MLTPL
RIO-S H500 [5] [7] CLD 23 MLTPL
RIO-S M1200 [5] [8] CLD 23 MLTPL
RIO-S M300 [5] [8] CLD 23 MLTPL
RIO-S M600 [5] [8] CLD 23 MLTPL
RIO-S M900 [5] [8] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio Grande [9] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio H1 [10] [11] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio H2 [10] [11] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio H3 [10] [11] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio H4 [10] [11] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio H5 [10] [11] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio M1 [11] [12] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio M2 [11] [12] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio M3 [11] [12] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio M4 [11] [12] CLD 23 MLTPL
Rio M5 [11] [12] CLD 23 MLTPL
Vault™ System ABH Series (ABH25, ABH50, ABH75, ABH100) [13] CLD 23 MLTPL
Vault™ System ABHSC Series (ABH25SC, ABH50SC, ABH75SC, ABH100SC) [14] CLD 23 MLTPL
Vault™ System ABMSC Series (ABM15SC, ABM30SC, ABM45SC, ABM60SC) [15] CLD 23 MLTPL

[1] Certification of this product has been performed to the health effects requirements of
    NSF/ANSI Standard 61, which assesses the acceptability of potential extractants from the
    chemical generator.  No evaluation has been performed on the strength or efficacy of the
    chemical(s) generated.  As unit operation, maintenance and the consistency of source
    ingredients may affect the performance of the unit, the ensuing chemical(s) is not
    Certified by NSF to NSF/ANSI Standard 60.
[2] Certification of the AE-4 mixed oxidant units is based on a mixed oxidant solution of
    3,800 mg/L (+/- 1,000) free available chlorine (FAC) with a dosage rate yielding a
    maximum chlorine concentration of 10 mg/L into potable water.
[3] Certification of the AE-6 mixed oxidant units is based on a mixed oxidant solution of
    4,200 mg/L (+/- 1,000) free available chlorine (FAC) with a dosage rate yielding a
    maximum chlorine concentration of 10 mg/L into potable water.
[4] Certification of the AE-8 mixed oxidant units is based on a mixed oxidant solution of
    5,000 mg/L (+/- 1,000) free available chlorine (FAC) with a dosage rate yielding a
    maximum chlorine concentration of 10 mg/L into potable water.
[5] Certification does not include the optional integrated brine tank.
[6] Certification of the RIO ZUNI mixed oxidant units is based on a mixed oxidant solution
    of 4,000 mg/L (+/- 1,000) free available chlorine (FAC) with a dosage rate yielding a
    maximum chlorine concentration of 10 mg/L into potable water.
[7] Certification of the RIO-S H500, H1000, H1500 and H2000 is based on a sodium
    hypochlorite solution of 8,000 mg/L (+/- 1,000) free available chlorine (FAC) with a
    dosage rate yielding a maximum chlorine concentration of 10 mg/L into potable water.
[8] Certification of RIO-S M300, M600, M900 and M1200 is based on a mixed oxidant solution
    of 4,500 mg/L (+/- 1,000) free available chlorine (FAC) with a dosage rate yielding a
    maximum chlorine concentration of 10 mg/L into potable water.
[9] Certification of the Rio Grande mixed oxidant units is based on a mixed oxidant solution
    of 4,500 mg/L (+/- 1,000) free available chlorine (FAC) with a dosage rate yielding a
    maximum chlorine concentration of 10 mg/L into potable water.  Certification of the Rio
    Grande hypochlorite units is based on a hypochlorite solution of 8,000 mg/L (+/- 1,000)
    free available chlorine (FAC) with a dosage rate yielding a maximum chlorine
    concentration of 10 mg/L into potable water.
[10] Certification of the RIO H units is based on a <= 8,000 mg/L sodium hypochlorite
     solution (measured as FAC) with a dosage rate yielding a maximum chlorine concentration
     of 10 mg/L.
[11] Certification is based on a minimum of 720,000 gallons of water treated per day.
[12] Certification of the Rio M units is based on a mixed oxidant solution <= 4,500 mg/L free
     available chlorine (FAC) with a dosage rate yielding a maximum chlorine concentration of
     10 mg/L into potable water.
[13] Certification of the Vault™ Standard HYPO units is based on a 8,000 mg/L (+/- 1,000)
     sodium hypochlorite solution (measured as FAC) with a dosage rate yielding a maximum
     chlorine concentration of 10 mg/L.
[14] Certification of the Vault™ Self Cleaning HYPO units is based on a 5,500-9,000 mg/L
     sodium hypochlorite solution (measured as FAC) with a
     dosage rate yielding a maximum chlorine concentration of 10 mg/L.
[15] Certification of the Vault™ Self Cleaning MIXED OXIDANT units is based on a mixed
     oxidant solution 4500 mg/L (+/- 1,000) free available chlorine (FAC) with a dosage rate
     yielding a maximum chlorine concentration of 10 mg/L into potable water.


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