Multipure Drinking Water Systems, including Aqualuxe, Aquaperform, and Aquaversa products are all certified under a variety of NSF standards, including NSF/ANSI Standard 42. What does it mean to have a water filter that is an NSF Standard 42 certified product?
NSF International, the Public Health and Safety Organization, is an internationally-recognized certifying body that sets standards for food, water, and other consumer products to improve human health and protect people and the environment. Companies with NSF certified products get rigorously tested by this independent and accredited organization to make sure their products are safe and healthy.
What Is NSF Standard 42?
You can be confident when you purchase a Multipure water filter that is an NSF Standard 42 certified filter, meaning it was manufactured to meet NSF Standard 42 qualifications. But what does this mean, exactly? NSF/ANSI 42 has been subtitled "Aesthetic Effects." This means the water you drink after having filtered it through a Multipure filter will look, smell, and taste the way you expect clean water should.
Not all contaminants in water are necessarily ones that will have negative consequences for your health, but they are still undesirable. These contaminants, which include a variety of particulates and cleaning chemicals such as chlorine, may cause water to have an unpleasant look, taste, or smell. Water that doesn't look or taste clean might as well not be clean, and you'll feel less inclined to drink it. When you invest in clear, clean water, you want to get water that looks clear and clean.
The Confidence of NSF/ANSI 42
Aesthetic Effects Certification
When you use a Multipure water filter, you will get clean, clear water that looks and tastes great. The NSF/ANSI 42 certification tells you that NSF experts, whose job is to test food and water safety have tested our facilities, examined our products, and as a result, are fully confident that we can manufacture filters that effectively reduce the concentration of contaminating substances that are likely to adversely affect the taste, odor, or appearance of drinking water.
The NSF Mark
Can you truly rely on the NSF to tell you if your water will look and taste the way it should after Multipure filtering? You can. The proof is in our company's history. NSF International has been independently testing and accrediting companies such as ours since 1944. You will find that it is considered to be one of the most reliable, trustworthy, respected certification organizations in the world.
They do not have an affiliation with any food or beverage company, and their only mission is to make products safer for the consumer. NSF International has certified millions of products and is recognized from the local level all the way through the state, federal, and international levels of regulatory agencies.
For more information on how we received the NSF Standard 42 certification and what it means, contact us today.