Severn Trent Services has obtained NSF Standard 61 certification on its ClorTab™ high volume pressure tablet feeder systems. The NSF Standard 61 Drinking Water System Components certification is the nationally recognized health effects standard for all devices, components and materials that contact drinking water. The Standard 61 certification is applicable to the 60 and 120 pound per day (PPD) ClorTab systems.
The ClorTab system quickly and safely produces a continuous supply of chlorine equivalent hypochlorite disinfection solution, guaranteeing a consistent solution that can be produced rapidly during peak demand periods. The system is available with output capacities up to 120 PPD and can produce either a 0.9wt% or 5.0wt% equivalent hypochlorite solution. Unlike other commercially available tablet feeder systems, ClorTab produces up to 5 pounds per hour of the hypochlorite solution on demand, allowing continuous dosing from the dosing tank.
The ClorTab system is conveniently designed to hold standard tablet package container weights of 50 pounds and 100 pounds. This simplifies the loading process, minimizes operator handling and extends tablet shelf life by eliminating the need to store partially filled tablet containers. ClorTab has been designed to work optimally with Severn Trent’s AQUAWARD® NSF 60 certified or equivalent calcium hypochlorite tablets.
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