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

NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated for Materials, Certification is only for the Water Contact Material shown in the Listing. Click here for a list of Abbreviations used in these Listings. Click here for the definitions of Water Contact Temperatures denoted in these Listings.


 
Schneider Electric Systems USA, Inc. 
38 Neponset Avenue
Foxborough, MA 02035 
United States 
508-549-4890


Facility : Dordrecht, The Netherlands

Mechanical Devices

    Water Water
    Contact Contact
Trade Designation Size Temp Material

Water Meters[1] [G]
6500W Series[2] [3] CLD 23 MLTPL
6500W Series*[2] [4] [3] CLD 23 MLTPL
9500A Series[5] [6] CLD 23 MLTPL
9500A Series[7] [8] CLD 23 MLTPL
9500A Series*[4] [7] [8] CLD 23 MLTPL
9500A Series*[4] [5] [6] CLD 23 MLTPL

[1] Only products bearing the NSF Mark on the product, product packaging, and/or
    documentation shipped with the product are Certified.
[2] Option PT sensor possible
[3] DN25 – DN600 / 1" – 24"
[4] * - The compact versions form an indivisible unit with IMT30A 4, IMT31A 4, IMT33A 4 or
    IMT65W converters. These converters are not wetted and therefore not certified.
[5] Certified product contains Hastelloy C-22, Hastelloy C-4, or Stainless Steel 1.4571
    electrodes and a polypropylene liner.
[6] DN25 - DN150/1" - 6"
[7] Certified product contains Hastelloy C-22, Hastelloy C-4, or Stainless Steel 1.4571
    electrodes and a hard rubber liner.
[8] DN25 - DN3000/1" - 120"
[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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