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NSF/ANSI 61
Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects

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Wavin Overseas BV 
Stationsplein 3
8011 CW Zwolle 
The Netherlands 
31384294951
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Facility : Nieuwleusen, The Netherlands

Protective (Barrier) Materials

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Trade Designation Size Restriction Temp Material

Pipe Liner - Immediate Return to Service[1] [2] [G]
Innatube 12 mm - 50 mm CLD 23 PET
Neofit 12 mm - 50 mm CLD 23 PET

[1] Size refers to the internal diameters of pipe that may be lined with Neofit PET liner.
    The PET liner itself is available in unexpanded sizes of 7 mm - 20 mm.
[2] Certified for use as an expandable pipe repair liner when installed in accordance with
    the following expansion process:
    Liner is inserted into pipe and then 85°C - 87°C water is run through the lined pipes to
    expand the liner. Once the pipe has expanded, compressed air is run through pipes until
    the temperature drops to 50°C. The cycle is completed in approximately 30 minutes.
[G] Product is Certified to NSF/ANSI 372 and conforms with the lead content requirements for
    “lead free” plumbing as defined by California, Vermont, Maryland, and Louisiana state
    laws and the U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act.

    


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