Plastic Piping Systems Standards

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Standards

NSF/ANSI 14: Plastic Pipes and Fittings

NSF/ANSI 14 sets minimum physical, performance, health effects, quality assurance, marking and recordkeeping requirements for plastic piping components and related materials. NSF/ANSI 14 establishes product testing, long-term strength and quality control requirements that are key to ensuring product performance in the field. Learn more about NSF/ANSI 14.


NSF/ANSI 358-1: Pipe and Fittings for Geothermal Systems

NSF/ANSI 358-1: Polyethylene Pipe and Fittings for Water-Based Ground-Source “Geothermal” Heat Pump Systems determines the minimum physical and performance requirements for plastic system components. NSF/ANSI 358-1 establishes product testing, long-term strength and quality control requirements that are key to ensuring product performance in the field. Learn more about NSF/ANSI 358-1.

Why Work With NSF?

NSF is the most widely recognized and respected certification mark in the plastic piping industry. NSF’s water industry experience and background can help your organization with certification to existing standards or in developing new ones. NSF is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to develop American National Standards. ANSI's accreditation verifies that NSF develops standards in a manner that ensures openness and due process allowing for equity and fair play.

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