3M RV/Marine Filtration Products Become NSF Certified

Published online: Nov 15, 2007 News
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3M RV/Marine Water Filtration, one of the world's leading suppliers of water filters for RV and boat manufacturers, today announced that its products have been listed and certified by NSF International, The Public Health and Safety Company.

As the world leader in standards, development, product certification, education and risk management for public health and safety, NSF reviews products, determines at the time of the review that the product complies with the relevant NSF consensus standard and protocol, and will conduct periodic audits to review whether the product continues to comply with the standard.  3M is one of a very few RV and marine filter manufacturers certified by NSF.

As a certified manufacturer, 3M RV/Marine is authorized by NSF to use the NSF Mark on or in connection with the sale, use or distribution of their filtration products. The NSF Mark conveys that an independent, third-party organization has determined that the product complies with the relevant standard and serves as proof of product performance.

"We are very focused at 3M to ensure that our product development in the filtration category works in tandem with a commitment to public health and safety," said Tom Holler, Director of Business Development for 3M RV/Marine. "NSF Certification is a critical catalyst to this objective, verifying that the strict quality standards of our products achieve appropriate alignment with NSF expectations."


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