San Diego, CA, November 30, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Nu Flow, the world’s leading inside infrastructure corporation, announced today they have received another certification for the application of Nu Flow’s 7000 epoxy in potable water pipes.
Nu Flow received the Hygienic Quality Mark for the compliance with the DM 174/2004 for Nu Flow's 7000 epoxy to be used in potable water pipes. The law is in compliance with the European Directive and rules of European Community. The certification is the only one that certifies both product and the procedures.
In order to obtain the certification, epoxy coated pipes were tested for Escherichia Coli at Calabria University, used by the Italian Ministry.
“The latest certification provides our partners and customers with third party testing, certifying our potable epoxy is recognized as safe for use within drinking water pipes by the European Directive,” said Nu Flow CEO Cameron Manners.
The Certification and the related Mark certifies Nu Flow’s potable epoxy is:
-Compliant with the specific European regulations in manufacturing and hygienic matter;
-Compliant and suitable materials intended for contact with food;
-Compliant components of the equipment in which food rests could deposit
Nu Flow is the only small diameter pipe lining company to manufacture all of its own epoxies, lining materials and certain specialty installation equipment, allowing greater quality control and timely manufacturing of products.
About Nu Flow
Nu Flow is the global leader for the small diameter pipe lining industry, with 300+ worldwide licensees, including a presence in every inhabited continent. The Nu Flow Companies manufacture and install innovative, non-invasive, eco-friendly technologies for the restoration of failing pipe systems. Nu Flow is the only small diameter pipe lining company to provide dual lining technologies from a single source and is master licensee for the longest time-tested small diameter lining epoxy in North America. Pipe rehabilitation applications domestically and internationally include but are not limited to residential complexes, commercial multi-story structures, industrial and government facilities, hospitality and medical facilities, oil rigs, maritime vessels and underground utilities.