High-quality Glass-Fused-to-Steel Tank With NSF Certification
In recent years, with the vigorous development of the storage tanks industry, storage tanks solutions such as Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks have also ushered in the development of blowout. The Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks are widely used because of their advantages of convenient installation, short construction period, low cost, high corrosion resistance, and customizable color of the tank. For the majority of customers, the quality of the Glass-Fused-to-Steel bolted tank is one of the most important factors for storage tank options. Then, as the leader of the Asian Glass-Fused-to-Steel tank industry, what preparations does Center Enamel Co., Ltd. make to ensure the quality of Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks?
In order to allow customers to rest assured that the quality of Center Enamel Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks, Center Enamel guarantees the quality of Glass-Fused-to-Steel tanks through four aspects: Firstly, strictly control the quality of raw materials; Secondly, standardized automated production lines; Thirdly, strict quality inspection process. In addition to the above three points, the quality assurance of third-party authoritative certification is also very important. At present, Center Enamel has many international certifications such as ISO9001 quality system certification, NSF certification, SGS certification, BSCI certification, and international anti-terrorism certification. Among them, NSF certification is regarded as the golden signboard of the water industry.
NSF certification specializes in standards development, product testing and certification services in the areas of public health security and environmental protection. It is an authority in the field of public health security. NSF is approved and certified by 13 national or industry authoritative organizations including the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and the Canadian National Standards Council. It is also the designated collaboration institution of the World Health Organization (WHO) in food safety and drinking water safety. Products that have passed the NSF test and meet the NSF standard are authorized to use the NSF logo and mean that the product is confirmed in the following ways:
1. The ability to remove impurities marked in the product specification.
2. The material of the product does not add contaminating components to the water during the process of treating the water;
3. Meet the design and production process requirements;
4. There are no structural and functional defects of the product;
5. The certification standards shown in the advertisements, sample materials and logos of the products are true and accurate.
How To Pass NSF Certification?
Passing NSF certification means that the product is rigorously tested and quality assured. However, for many companies, it is very hard to pass NSF certification. NSF certification will verify the raw materials, design, process flow and product packaging of the product to ensure that each inspection meets NSF requirements.
Secondly, the factory must pass the NSF on-the-spot investigation, so the materials that have been reported can not be changed as soon as they are confirmed. If a company's products have passed the NSF certification, NSF will go to the factory for inspection and tracking services every year. The purpose of the inspection is to ensure that the certified product continues to be consistent with the requirements of the first factory inspection to ensure that the product conforms NSF standards.