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NSF CertiSafe Circulators-Mixers

Kasco’s CertiSafe Circulator / Mixer is certified to strict NSF/ANSI 61 & 372 standards and created for use in municipal tanks and reservoirs 10,000 gallons and larger. This powerful municipal water circulator is tested and certified for safe, efficient mixing of potable water. Fully submersible, the unit installs easily under the water level without the need of a diver and has several mounting options. This cost effective water mixing solution can even be moved from one tank to another without disrupting tank operation. Kasco’s CertiSafe circulator is a safe and cost-effective solution to control stored water temperatures to eliminate thermal stratification and prevent ice buildup.

This versatile mixer features a state-of-the-art design with its durable stainless steel body combined with a domed stainless steel top. The NSF certified CertiSafe Circulator / Mixer includes top safety features with a food grade mineral oil lubricant and a double mechanical seal. These features are in place to help elevate the quality standard of municipal water. These units are created to safely and efficiently move thousands of pounds of water in any environment. The CertiSafe Circulator / Mixer is built for reliability and top performance.


NSF follows the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standards development process. Standards are developed by joint committees (balanced stakeholder groups of public health, industry and user representatives). The NSF Council of Public Health Consultants (CPHC) serves as the independent, public health ratification step at the end of the process and provides final review and acceptance. CPHC members chair the joint committees to provide liaison between the council and joint committees.

Third-party certification provides information to stakeholders that allows them to determine compliance to regulatory and purchase specifications, to apply risk management principles and to determine general suitability of products, systems and processes.

NSF accredited third-party certification provides all stakeholders – industry, regulators, users and the general public – assurance that a certified product, material, component or service complies with the technical requirements of the referenced standard.

The NSF certification process is specific to the product, process or service being certified and the type of certification, but generally follows seven steps:

  1. Application and information submission
  2. Product evaluation
  3. Product testing in lab
  4. Manufacturing facility inspection, production confirmation and product sampling
  5. Test results review and acceptance
  6. Contract signed and products listed
  7. Annual plant inspection and retesting