The demands and requirements on products for drinking water are understandably extremely high. It's imperative that absolutely no impurities can leak into the water flow. therefore our rubber materials must not in any way contaminate or affect the water.
The requirements for materials that come in contact with drinking water are different in every country. That’s why you have to deal with many different approvals and certification schemes for every country.
In the USA NSF 61 apply, in Germany KTW, DVGW W270 and UBA Elastomerleitlinie, in the UK WRAS, in France ACS, in the Netherlands KIWA
|Compound (?)||Material||Nominal hardness||Compliances||Application||Colour||Min. temp.||Max. temp.||sort_index|
|55985||EPDM||70||ACSDVGW W270EN681-1 WA-WB-WC-WDKIWA-ATAUSP Class VINSF61KTWWRASFDA 21 CFR 177-2600EC1935-2004||Drinking water||Black||-45||150||zzzzz|
|559843||EPDM||60||DVGW W270EN681-1 WA-WB-WC-WDKIWA-ATA||Drinking water||Black||-45||150||zzzzz|
|559865||EPDM||80||DVGW W270EN681-1 WA-WB-WC-WDKIWA-ATA||Drinking water||Black||-45||150||zzzzz|
|714991||VMQ||70||KTWWRASFDA 21 CFR 177-2600||Drinking water||Rust||-60||220||zzzzz|