Singer Valve, NSF, Lead, Valves, Safe Drinking Water ActSinger Valve, a manufacturer of control valves, has achieved NSF 372 certification for its valve product lines.

The Safe Drinking Water Act that comes into effect January 4, 2014 will require all drinking water organizations to provide assurance that any new product within their system meets new minimum safety standards. With the internationally recognized NSF approval, Singer Valve seeks to assure its customers this requirement has been met when employing Singer Valve technologies.

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“We want to ensure our customers can be confident they are getting a product that does not contain materials that are considered to be potentially harmful,” said Mark Gimson, business development and marketing manager for Singer Valve.

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