QuantumFlo receives prestigious certificationDecember 12, 2011
QuantumFlo recently earned the prestigious NSF 61/ANSI Standard 61 and Low Lead Compliance certification from the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials. The certification reflects the pump system manufacturer's ability to control the quality of its portable water system components.
The National Sanitation Foundation’s Standard 61 certification is a coveted accreditation by U.S. manufacturers of plumbing devices that process water for human consumption. The certification tests and evaluates the devices ability to shield the water from contaminants that can lead to human health issues.
The certification process involves and evaluation of all the materials used in the manufacturing, the processes involved, validation from suppliers and vendors and a thorough inspection of the manufacturers facilities. The latter includes a toxicology evaluation. The process is designed to ensure that the manufacturers follow the highest standards of quality and performance in the industry.
QuantumFlo also earned the Low Lead Certification, a federal requirement that asks manufacturers to keep the weighted average amount of lead content in plumbing products carrying drinking water to a maximum of a quarter of a percent. The IAPMO is an independent, ANSI-certified third party testing organization. It's recognized by both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Health Canada.
QuantumFlo manufactures and distributes advanced packaged pump systems for commercial plumbing, HVAC, municipal, irrigation and industrial market applications. The company's pump technology includes aftermarket applications for the modification, upgrade and retrofit of aging or obsolete pumps systems. Based in Central Florida, QuantumFlo’s pre-packaged pump systems are exported to more than 25 countries.