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NSF ANSI 61 Gaskets for Drinking Water Systems

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NSF/ANSI Standard 61 establishes health-related requirements for rubber seals and gaskets used in potable water systems. Learn how NSF/ANSI 61 can affect your project’s costs, how there’s a difference between NSF/ANSI 61 complaint and NSF/ANSI 61 approved materials, and how water jet cutting and infrared splicing create high-quality custom rubber gaskets. Learn more at bit.ly/nsf-ansi-61-gaskets

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Shed the Lead video with info on complying with NSF/ANSI Standard 61, Safe Drinking Water Act

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Learn the details of new lead standards and regulations at http://www.shedthelead.com/,?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss including 2012 revisions to the performance standard for lead in NSF/ANSI Standard 61, Annex F, as well as the content standard for lead reflected in Annex G, which will become NSF/ANSI Standard 372 in 2013. Get the latest on the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), which makes NSF 372 federal law in 2014, and find out how to achieve or maintain compliance in the midst of upcoming changes. With helpful graphics and down-to-earth language, this video gives a good overview on the evolving standards and regulations, making it that much easier to Shed the Lead.

Source: Water Industry News

How to Combine Movements | Water Aerobics

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Watch more How to Do Water Aerobics videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/503614-How-to-Do-a-Twist-Water-Aerobics?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss

Learn how to combine water aerobics movements from Dancing with the Stars performer Aubree Marchione in this Howcast water workout video.

Combining moves is very beneficial when you workout because it makes your workouts more intense.

I recommend supersetting when you’re combining your moves. What I mean by that is there is no resting in between sets.

If I was to do a bicep curl in the water, I would do about 10 to 12 reps of these. Then I would switch right away to tricep curls in the water.

This is really good because it gives you a really nice cardio workout because you’re not resting.

Another exercise you can do that combines the moves and supersetting is toe taps, in the front. And heel taps in the back.

You can do this without weights or with weights. It’s a little easier without the weights.

Another thing you can do is knees. This is good for your abs and your core.

Sides. Reach. And reach.

This gets a little bit more of the side of your abs.

I recommend always trying to pick opposite muscle groups, so if I did bicep curls, I would do triceps, so you’re working one muscle group and then the exact opposite muscle group.

That would give you a really great workout.

Source: Water Industry News