CLEARWATER, Fla. — Dosatron International Inc. announced NSF International has tested and certified two of the manufacturer’s water-powered chemical injectors, the D14WL2NAFII and D14WL3000NAFII, according to a press release.

The manufacturer aims to increase its role in public health and safety, stated the release, noting that in order to achieve this goal it’s important to follow NSF protocol.

“We are excited to provide the only water-powered injectors that have been NSF/ANSI 61 Certified,” said Jason Maddox, regional sales manager for Dosatron, in the release. “Being NSF Certified means that Dosatron has two units, with a flow rate of 14 gpm that comply with the standard requirements for water safety. We know it is important to be aware of the impact Dosatron can have with water safety.”

NSF has worked to bring attention to public health and safety for 70 years, reported the release, and the NSF mark, NSF/ANSI 61, “sets the criteria and standards to regulate equipment used for water supplies bringing safety to the public.”

Dosatron is a manufacturer of water-powered, proportional chemical injectors, noted the release.

You can find the release here.