Certifying Your Onsite Wastewater Treatment System
Dental amalgam is a durable metal mixture that may contain mercury and is used to restore teeth.
An amalgam separator removes amalgam particles from the wastewater of a dental treatment center to reduce the number of amalgam particles and, therefore, the amount of amalgam, and potentially mercury, entering the sewage system.
ISO 11143 includes specific requirements for amalgam separators (such as efficiency, safe functioning, marking and instructions for use, operation and maintenance) and defines test methods to determine compliance.
We evaluate amalgam separators against the requirements of ISO 11143 and certify that the separator meets the ISO standard requirements and the customer adheres to all NSF policies. The NSF mark demonstrates compliance with all ISO 11143 requirements.
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