Chemilizer achieves WQA certification
Its products to transform brackish water into clean drinking water recently earn 'Gold Seal' of approval by the Water Quality Association for materials safety...
LARGO, FL, June 8, 2005 -- Chemilizer Products Inc., a manufacturer of quality chemical injectors, has had its HN55 and CP33 models certified by the Water Quality Association according to NSF/ANSI 61 standard for materials safety. Chemilizer injectors are used extensively in residential water treatment, animal health and agricultural applications.
The WQA is a not-for-profit international trade organization representing household, commercial, industrial and small community water treatment constituents. Since issuing its first Gold Seal in 1959, it has been regarded a leading and educational resource and testing laboratory. It services consumers, governmental entities and industry members.
WQA only awards the Gold Seal to those systems, components, or additives that have met or exceeded industry standards for contaminant reduction, structural integrity, and material safety. Customers can easily identify WQA Certified products by looking for the Gold Seal Mark.
Chemilizer injectors are now qualified to use the Gold Seal, making them unique as the only non-electric injector bearing the Gold Seal Mark. The Gold Seal assures that any drinking water treated using Chemilizer injectors is safe for consumption, whether by humans or livestock.
The injectors operate without electricity by harnessing the power of water flow to provide precision injection required to purify drinking water. The units require so little water flow that they can easily be used in parts of the world without a reliable source of electricity. Just a 1.5 meter drop is required to produce enough flow for the unit to operate. Besides their value in water treatment, these multi-purpose injectors are used in irrigation of everything from crops to flowers to lawns, and a number of industrial applications.
Chemilizer Products Inc. (www.chemilizer.com) was founded in 1976 by Ray Daniels, a local Tampa Bay entrepreneur and inventor. As the simplicity and efficiency of the Chemilizer non-piston, non electric injector became better known, the company began to grow and attract a host of new competitors. Ray Daniels' son, Frank, took over the business in 1994 and continues to head the company today. During his ten years as owner, he has doubled the size of the company. He purchased new manufacturing equipment, added a modern production line, and created an in-house development engineering group. By 1999, the company outgrew its old facility and moved into a modern 20,000-square-foot plant at its present Largo, Fla., headquarters.