CarboNet SimpleFloc™ Now NSF Certified

Potable water supplies can now be treated with CarboNet’s anionic flocculant, CarboNet SimpleFloc™, using our NSF/ANSI/CAN 60-certified formulation.

NSF, or the National Sanitation Foundation, created NSF Standard 60 (now NSF/ANSI/CAN 60) several decades ago to set a standard, and establish minimum health-effect requirements for all products used to treat drinking water. It’s since become a mandatory certification in most U.S. states and Canadian provinces and territories, ensuring the safety and suitability of chemicals used for supplying drinking water. 

NSF-certified products are put through a rigorous review, audit, and testing process.  Everything from CarboNet’s product formulation, facilities, and product samples were audited or examined for independent testing. These tests and final technical evaluations delivered positive results that allow us to announce that CarboNet SimpleFloc™ Anionic is NSF certified. 

SimpleFloc™ uses NanoNet technology to boost the efficacy of traditionally-used flocculants and has shown tremendous results in a variety of treatment operations including produced water and wastewater. 

Get in touch if you’re interested in testing the newly NSF-certified CarboNet SimpleFloc™ in your waters and we’d be happy to help.

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