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NSF/ANSI/CAN 61
Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects

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Insituform Technologies, LLC 
580 Goddard Avenue
Chesterfield, MO 63005 
United States 
858-642-0694
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Facility : Batesville, MS

Protective (Barrier) Materials

    Water Water
  Water Contact Contact Contact
Trade Designation Size Restriction Temp Material

Pipe Liner - Immediate Return to Service
InsituMain PWR[2] [3] [G] >= 6" CLD 23 MLTPL
InsituMain PWS[2] [4] [G] >= 6" CLD 23 MLTPL

[2] Also Certified for the equivalent metric sizes, >= 150 mm.
[3] Evaluated for Immediate Return to Service.
    Product is approved for the following cure parameters:  InsituMain PWR: Using potable
    water as the source for cure water, the temperature of the cure water is raised from
    ambient temperature until the water reaches approximately 180°F (82°C) and held for a
    minimum of 1.5 hours. The water is then allowed to cool down to below 100°F over a
    period of at least 1 hour. An additional ambient cure of 2 days is required prior to
    placing into service.
[4] Evaluated for Immediate Return to Service.
    Product is approved for the following cure parameters: InsituMain PWS: Using potable
    water as the source for steam, steam at a minimum temperature of approximately 200°F is
    used to cure and is held for a minimum of 1.5 hours. The tube/Liner is then allowed to
    cool down to below 110°F over a period of at least 30 minutes. An additional ambient
    cure of 2 days is required prior to placing into service.
[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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