NSF Certification Interview Questions

The NSF Certification Interview Questions are intended to find out whether the NSF Certification helps the candidate organization make their products perform as tested but that their product advertisements are also evaluated for accuracy and truthfulness. The questions also help the candidate water treatment organization further enhance their knowledge of how does NSF certification helps them with their distillation units, bottled water, water softeners, and a number of other food preparation systems.

Sample NSF Certification Interview Questions

  • What are the different NSF standards and levels of compliance with these standards?
  • Is a water filter certified to meet NSF Standard 42 Class II for taste, odor and chlorine and Class II for particulate matter equivalent to a filter certified to meet NSF Standard 42 Class I for taste, odor and chlorine and Class I for particulate matter and Standard No. 53 for Health Effects?
  • What does “Tested to NSF standards” mean?
  • What are the things to consider when selecting a purification solution?
  • Do POU devices treat water at their point of use?
  • What does POE treatment mean and entail?
  • What are the common water treatment methods and their advantages and disadvantages?
  • What are the different types of water filters used?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Granular Activated Carbon (GAC)?
  • What about the inexpensive GAC pitcher filters and faucet mount filters?  What will they do for your water purification needs?
  • What are the different search options available on NSF website for various drinking water treatment units?

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