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Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects
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|7547 Tc Enschede|
|31-53 428 7350|
Facility : Enschede, The Netherlands
|AQFMBR 30[G]||||CLD 23||MLTPL|
|Aquaflex HP [G]||||CLD 23||MLTPL|
|End Cap PVC 8"[G]|| ||CLD 23||MLTPL|
|HFW 1000[G]||||CLD 23||MLTPL|
|HFe Nano[G]||||CLD 23||MLTPL|
|HFs Nano[G]||||CLD 23||MLTPL|
|S-150 FSFC Membrane Filtration Element[G]||||CLD 23||MLTPL|
|S-225 FSFC Membrane Filtration Element[G]||||CLD 23||MLTPL|
|Seaflex HP [G]||||CLD 23||MLTPL|
|Seaguard HP [G]||||CLD 23||MLTPL|
|XIGA HP [G]||||CLD 23||MLTPL|
 X-Flow membrane filtration elements are available in Xiga, Seaguard and Aquaflex types with membrane filtration surfaces of 40 m2 and the Aquaflex HP, Xiga HP, Seaflex HP and Seaguard HP, whereas HP is a placeholder for 55 or 64 m2.  Certified for minimum flow of 10,000 L/day.  Certification of end cap PVC 8" is based on use with a filtration device having a minimum daily flow of 10,000 liters per day. [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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