Singer Valve receives NSF 372 certification for low lead valve content

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SURREY, BC, Dec. 12, 2013 -- Singer Valve, a manufacturer of control valves, recently received NSF 372 certification for its valves to ensure low lead content. The company has always used high-quality stainless steel for wetted areas of valves.

The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) enacted on January 4, 2014, is intended to improve water quality and reduce health risk associated with lead. At this time, all drinking water organizations should recognize that any new product within their system meets these safety standards.

With the internationally-recognized NSF approval, Singer Valve is striving to meet this requirement.

About Singer Valve

Since 1957 Singer Valve has been designing, manufacturing and distributing pilot operated diaphragm control valves.  With innovative technologies, the company provides solutions for water loss management, water conservation and urban water and wastewater distribution throughout the world. For more information, visit


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