What is the difference between NSF-61 and NSF-51?

NSF-61 is the standard for “Drinking Water System Components-Health Effects”, and deals with materials and products used in contact with drinking water.

NSF-51 is the standard for “Plastic Material and Components used in Food Equipment”, and deals with materials and products used in contact with foods and beverages.

Article Title:
What is the difference between NSF-61 and NSF-51?
Article Summary:
A brief description of what the NSF-61 and NSF-51 cover.
Article Date:
10/19/2007
Article ID:
719
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