Static Mixer Receives NSF Certification


Bristol, RI - Westfall Manufacturing Company has announced that their Model 2800 Static Mixer has passed chemical extraction testing and toxicological evaluation by NSF International (formerly National Sanitation Foundation), an independent, not-for-profit organization.

Westfall's Model 2800 Static Mixer is a fixed plate which mounts in-line, can inject up to four chemicals simultaneously, and features an internal orifice with angle tabs that are the optimal shape for mixing with minimal head loss. Specific models, made from 316 stainless steel, Hastelloy®, PVC, and CPVC received the NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certification.

NSF International was founded in 1944 from the University of Michigan's School of Public Health as the National Sanitation Foundation to standard-ize sanitation and food safety requirements. NSF is committed to protecting and improving human health worldwide. Manufacturers, regulators, and consumers alike look to NSF for the development of public health standards and certification.

For more information contact:

Westfall Manufacturing Company

Robert Glanville, Marketing Director

15 Broad Common Rd.

Bristol, RI 02809-2721

(888) 928-3747 FAX (401) 253-6530

e-mail: rglanville@westfallmfg.net

www.westfallmfg.com

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