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Safer, easier and more environmentally friendly than liquid solutions, solid paste chemicals have well and truly disrupted the water treatment industry. And now, they are officially proven to be just as effective with SolidTek’s solid paste closed system inhibitor, CL-BC-S, having achieved NSF International CIAS (formally known as BuildCert) certification.

CL-BC-S is the first solid formulated inhibitor in the world to obtain this prestigious certification, which can only be obtained by meeting stringent independent testing to evaluate the product’s ability to control scale and corrosion, as well as material compatibility.

The NSF mark is your assurance that the product has been tested by one of the most respected independent certification organizations in existence today. It is valued by consumers, manufacturers, retailers and regulatory agencies worldwide.

Solid paste chemicals eliminate the use of plastic drums and bottles, which result in tonnes of often non-recyclable waste, are bulky and heavy to store and transport, and can be hazardous. Users can now switch to Solidtek’s certified solid paste inhibitor with confidence in the product’s efficacy, whilst benefitting from increased safety, ease of use, and 100% recyclable packaging – all the credentials of a liquid inhibitor.

Steve Crick, managing director of SolidTek, is understandably delighted with the company’s achievements:

“Solid paste chemicals are relatively new to the market, and whilst they are proven effective in the field, we felt it was very important to obtain the kind of proof that the industry looks for, which in this case is the NSF International CIAS certification. We are so proud to not only have achieved the certification, but to be the first in the world to do so. I am exceptionally grateful to our team who have worked diligently and ceaselessly over the past four years, and our clients, the early adopters of this technology. Their belief in the product and the need for switching to solid paste chemicals has shone through.”