Advances in bottle-less POU cooler technology benefit users and dealers
LayneRT is an NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certified and approved arsenic removal media. It is a hydrous iron oxide-impregnated resin that efficiently binds arsenic and never needs backwashing. LayneRT was designed for use in the npXtra series of home treatment systems to effectively reduce arsenic. Tanks are connected by a proprietary control head that provides valves for sampling influent and effluent of both tanks.
Recent studies show that one of the victims of the current economic recession has been restaurants. While many people have been dining out less this past year, the restaurant industry itself remains relatively healthy in many areas of the U.S.
POE water treatment for restaurants
As a consumer and a father of young children, I find myself amazed at the products that enter our market that could be potentially unsafe for use in our homes. In early February, we received a call from a bulk food store we often purchase from. The person on the phone said their records indicated that we purchased granola bars that are part of the recent recall for a Salmonella outbreak.
POE materials safety testing
The NSF drinking water treatment unit testing and certification program includes standards to address the wide variety of point-of-use (POU) and point-of-entry (POE) drinking water treatment technologies on the market today, with more than 3,000 systems and 2,000 components currently certified under seven NSF/ANSI standards. These seven technology-specific standards are listed in Table 1.
A certification overview of POU & POE products