Water quality testing devices (WQTDs) are required to meet specific testing and certification requirements depending on their application/end use, device type and the region where they are being sold.
Let us help you with the certifications that are required and most beneficial to your WQTD product, which might include: NSF Protocol P524, NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 and/or NSF/ANSI/CAN 50.
NSF can make your product stand out using data.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says sensors continue to be important in monitoring new and existing water quality issues1. The data they provide is the basis of many important decisions end users make – meaning the accuracy and precision claims made by manufacturers about these devices must be reliable.
Third-party validation of performance claims for drinking water quality test devices is critical.
Get third-party validation of the accuracy and precision claims made for your WQTD.
We can create a specific test plan to measure the accuracy and precision of many parameters.
Some of the most popular are:
These are only examples. We can also create test plans for many other parameters.
The scope covers both in-line and handheld/benchtop offline devices used in drinking water applications.
If your WQTD product comes in contact with drinking water, it is likely required to be certified by an ANSI-accredited certification body to NSF/ANSI/CAN 61. Visit our Municipal Water Treatment Systems and Products page for more information on this standard.
If your WQTD product is used in recreational water applications, it is likely required to be certified to NSF/ANSI/CAN 50. Visit our Pool and Spa Equipment Certification page for more information on this standard.
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