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NSF Intl. certifies first self-contained air stripper to NSF/ANSI Standard 61
QED Environmental System Inc.'s E-Z Tray Air Strippers were recently certified by NSF Intl. to NSF/ANSI Standard 61: Drinking Water System Components—Health Effects. This marks the first self-contained air stripper that has been certified by NSF.
"QED's E-Z Tray Air Stripper is the first self-contained air stripper that has earned certification from NSF Intl., demonstrating QED's dedication to enhancing water quality," said Theresa Bellish, business unit manager for NSF.
"Achieving NSF certification reflects QED's commitment to providing the highest quality products possible," said Dave Fischer, vice president of technology at QED. "This announcement coincides with the growing interest in using air strippers to remove volatile contaminants from community drinking water supplies, including recent applications from Wisconsin to Wyoming."
QED’s air strippers are designed for high removal efficiencies of more than 99% for many volatile organic compounds found in drinking water, which is reflected in draft U.S. Environmental Protection Agency standards for potable water VOC removal. QED's Online Performance Modeler allows users to determine the most efficient air stripper for their specific contaminant removal project.