22 Jul 15 |

RESINTECH ASM-10-HP Arsenic Selective Media Receives Gold Seal Approval

Author: ResinTech

“West Berlin, NJ – ResinTech, Inc. has received the WQA’s Gold Seal of approval for its arsenic selective resin, ResinTech ASM-10-HP. ResinTech ASM-10-HP now meets ANSI/NSF Standard 44 & 61 specifications for use in all potable water applications. In some states, products not approved under the FDA regulations for use in potable water applications are required to meet ANSI standards. Organizations such as NSF and now WQA’s Gold Seal Program are used to provide third-party testing and certification to the ANSI standards.

The unique chemical structure of ResinTech ASM-10-HP eliminates the “”arsenic dumping”” caused by sulfates that can occur when traditional ion exchange resins are used to treat arsenic-bearing water containing sulfates. Arsenic in water pose a significant health threat.

“”We are all proud to supply a product that provides substantial health benefits,”” said ResinTech’s President, Michael Gottlieb.

Features and Benefits of ASM-10-HP

Tremendous Affinity For Arsenic Over Other Anions
Highest arsenic removal capacity of organic based arsenic removal media.
Made From NSF/ANSI-61 Validated Anion Exchange Resin
No Arsenic Dumping
Effluent arsenic levels will not exceed influent levels if resin is operated past exhaustion point.
Effective Across The Entire Potable Water pH Range
Single Use Or Regenerable Applications
Superior Physical Stability
Spherical and uniform particle size provide low pressure drop and greater resistance to bed compaction. Unlike granular, coated medias, ASM-10-HP will not shed particles.
About ResinTech, Inc.
ResinTech, Inc. is a manufacturer/supplier of ion exchange resins, activated carbon, and specialty media to the water and wastewater marketplace.
The Water Quality Association (WQA) is a not-for-profit international trade association representing the household, commercial, industrial, and small community water treatment industry.”

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