Impression Plus Water Softeners Earn NSF/ANSI-44 Certification

June 30, 2010

In Addition, Materials and Components Used in These Softeners Have Met Safety and Structural Integrity and Strength Requirements

Materials and components used have met safety and structural integrity and strength requirements

Impression Plus Water Softeners from Water-Right have been certified by the Water Quality Assn. (WQA) to meet NSF/ANSI-44 standards for hardness removal and reduction of specific contaminants. In addition, the materials and components used in these water softeners have met the standard’s safety and structural integrity and strength requirements.

This certification comes after product testing by WQA. Water-Right Inc. manufactures water-conditioning systems for residential, commercial and industrial applications throughout North America and also maintains a state-certified lab at its Appleton, Wis., headquarters, providing complete water testing services, including volatile organic chemical contamination testing in water and soil.

Water Right’s Impression Plus Series water softeners employ a microprocessor-based control and LCD display that aims to simplify system programming and operation while allowing owners to monitor system performance and water consumption. The unit also stores system configuration and operating data--even in the event of a power outage.

Water softeners that have been WQA certified in accordance with "Voluntary Industry Standard For Household and Commercial Cation Exchange Water Softeners," NSF/ANSI-44, are published online periodically by the WQA as a service to the industry and consumers.

 

Source:

Water-Right Inc.

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