10 Feb 2017

Calbrite®’s stainless steel product line is designed to withstand the corrosive environments often found in food and beverage processing facilities. Types 304 and 316 stainless steel conduit feature best-in-class corrosion resistance properties, and are manufactured with a high quality, smooth ‘brite’ finish, limiting the harborage of harmful bacteria and pathogens.

Commonly referred to as ‘the most trusted name in food safety,’ NSF International is a leading global provider of public health and safety-based risk management solutions. The NSF certification process entails rigorous testing procedures to determine that the product complies with regulatory standards for safety, quality, and performance.

The following products are now recognized as NSF/ANSI 169 Certified:

  • Calbrite® type 304 and 316 stainless steel rigid conduit –Available in twelve trade sizes ½” through 6”
  • Calbrite® type 304 and 316 stainless steel electrical metallic tubing (EMT) – Available in six trade sizes ½” through 2”
  • Calbrite® type 304 and 316 stainless steel intermediate metal conduit (IMC) – Available in six trade sizes ½” through 2”

“We are proud to offer the industry’s first and only line of NSF certified stainless steel conduit,” said Matt Westerfield, Calbrite® Director of Operations. “This certification is a testament to the quality of manufacturing and quality assurance that goes into each and every Calbrite® product”

In addition to NSF certified conduit, Calbrite® offers a number of products designed for sanitary plant design including food grade channel, in-use covers, and a variety of other fittings and accessories.