The American National Standards Institute has issued a new standard for shower filters. NSF/ANSI 177 (shower filtration systems - aesthetic effects) is a consensus standard for shower filters designed to demonstrate both performance and the safety of shower filtration products. The new standard: determines free available chlorine reduction to verify performance; evaluates product materials to ensure that they are safe; tests structural integrity to ensure product durability; and ensures that product literature claims are accurate.
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As electronics continue to become smaller, faster, and more affordable, more and more contractors are investing in fleet-management solutions that help reduce their technicians’ time on the road, improve productivity, save gas, and protect these major assets from misuse or theft. Read more stories in 2017 April Issue.