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Oxford Flow awarded drinking water accreditations

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Pressure control equipment specialist Oxford Flow has been awarded NSF/ANSI 61 and 372 accreditations for its polymer water pressure regulating valve (PRV) range.

Both certifications were developed by NSF International and the American National Standards Institute for the health effects of drinking water system components.

This provides municipalities and water utilities globally with the assurance that harmful contaminants will not be leaked into the distribution network.

“By gaining this certification, it really will help to open doors for Oxford Flow as we expand our presence in the United States, Mexico and Canada,” said David Smith, Oxford Flow director of business development.

“Our team has put in considerable effort to get us to this point and, by combining this certification with our industry-leading PRV technology, we believe we have one of the most unique and innovative PRV technologies available to the municipal water services industry.”

With the accreditation, Oxford Flow will now enter a series of field trials with more than 10 different municipalities across the US to be conducted in the first quarter of 2019.