PulsaPro Hydraulically Actuated Diaphragm Metering Pumps Certified by WQA

Pulsafeeder announced the PulsaPro family of Hydraulically Actuated Diaphragm Metering Pumps, is now certified by WQA to meet health and safety requirements in the North American municipal water industry:
PulsaPro Hydraulically Actuated Diaphragm Metering Pumps Certified by WQA

PulsaPro Hydraulically Actuated Diaphragm Metering Pumps Certified by WQA. (Image source: Pulsafeeder, Inc)

  • NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 - 2018: Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects
  • NSF/ANSI 372 - 2016: Drinking Water System Components - Lead Content

As a pump industry leader Pulsafeeder acknowledges the intent of NSF to promote health and quality of life through conserving and improving our environment. Offering products that are third party tested and certified, ensuring they are built with materials of construction to be used safely with a wide range of chemicals common to the processing of drinking water, demonstrates the Pulsafeeder commitment to the NSF goal. PulsaPro pumps certified to NSF 61 are part of the next generation of products that can be counted on for a safe and healthy environment for all.

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