NSF water safety standards
Performance testing and certification by NSF and ANSI sorts world-leading NSF Water dispensers and NSF Certified Water Filter systems from the also-rans. Waterlogic's products, parts and purification technology are listed by IAMPO R&T to the most stringent NSF and ANSI standards. Our certification status can be seen on the IAMPO R&T website in the product certification database. Click here to search by manufacturer or certification standard.
NSF and ANSI set and regulate national and international safety standards, and and IAPMO R&T is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), which demonstrate that certifications issued by IAPMO R&T to Waterlogic, guarantee our products meet the highest standards.
NSF/ANSI 55 Class A
This is the standard for ultraviolet microbiological water treatment systems. Waterlogic Firewall is certified as a Class A system (40,000 uwsec/cm2) designed to disinfect and/or remove microorganisms from contaminated water, including bacteria and viruses, to a safe level. Which it does with pure genius.
This is the standard for microbiological NSF Drinking Water purifiers. Water coolers with this certification meet the exacting health and sanitation standards of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Waterlogic machines have the badge, of course.
NSF/ANSI Standard 61:
This is the standard for NSF Drinking Water system components. It ensures no harmful contaminants could leach or migrate from the product or material into the drinking water.
NSF/ANSI 42 certifies that POU's water filters reduce specific aesthetic or non-health-related contaminants, such as chlorine, taste, odour and particulates, that may be present in drinking water. This standard guarantees Waterlogic filtered water is neutral in taste and odour-free.
Waterlogic carbon filters certified to the NSF/ANSI 53 standard are proven to effectively reduce specific health-related contaminants, such as Cryptosporidium, lead, and asbestos that may be present in drinking water.
Waterlogic's drinking water system components listed by IAMPO R&T to the NSF/ANSI 372 standard are certified to reduce lead presence, for safer drinking water.
This Canadian standard was developed to specify plumbing and mechanical requirements for drinking water treatment components and complete systems. The certification to this stadard is specific to POU products which are intended to be used for the reduction or inactivation of harmful substances that can be present in drinking water. CSA B483.1 includes the compliance of electrical requirements for drinking water treatment systems.