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Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects

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DuBois Chemical 
1717 East Fargo
Nampa, ID 83687 
United States 

Facility : McPherson, KS

Mechanical Devices

    Water Water
    Contact Contact
Trade Designation Size Temp Material

Chemical Feeders [G]
New Wave Fluoridation Feeder[1] [2] 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 a unit operation, maintenance and the consistency of the
    source ingredients may affect the performance of the unit, the ensuing chemical(s) is
    not Certified by NSF/ANSI Standard 60.
[2] Certified for a maximum 6mg/L Sodium Fluorosilicate added to drinking water with a
    minimum of 300,000 gallons of water treated per day per tube.  
[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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