LabStrong Fi-Streem Stills now CSA certified

Sept. 26, 2013

DUBUQUE, Iowa — The CSA certification indicates industry-recognized standards for safety and performance in North America.

DUBUQUE, Iowa — LabStrong Corporation’s Fi-Streem Stills are now certified by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA), according to a press release.

The certification indicates that the stills have been independently tested and certified to meet North American industry-recognized standards for safety and performance.

“The certification has allowed us to better serve our customers by providing them with high quality, economical water purification systems that are both CE and CSA approved,” said Mark Lockwood, president of LabStrong.

The press release also stated that LabStrong Fi-Streem Stills produce high quality ASTM Type II water with production capacities ranging from two to eight liters of distilled water per hour and four liters of double-distilled water per hour.

Visit the LabStrong or CSA International websites for more information.

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