To learn more information about the Plumbing System Components Program, please select the appropriate link:
The Mechanical Plumbing Program works with voluntary standard NSF/ANSI Standards 24 and 61 that represent consensus of manufacturers, users, and regulatory people. NSF offers a conformity assessment program which includes performance and health effects testing, certification, and production facility inspections -- to verify compliance.
The registered NSF Certification Mark on a mechanical plumbing product confirms that NSF has assessed -- and certified -- its conformity with the relevant standard. In addition:
NSF offers testing capabilities to various standards from NSF, ANSI, ASME, ASSE, and IAPMO. To view the relevant Mechanical Plumbing System Components Standards, please select the appropriate link:
For more information on NSF's Mechanical Plumbing System Components Program, please visit the main Mechanical Plumbing System Components website.
What is NSF/ANSI Standard 14?
NSF International developed Standard 14 - Plastics Piping System Components and Related Materials in October, 1965. NSF-14 establishes minimum physical, performance, health effects, quality assurance, marking, and record keeping requirements for plastic piping components and related materials such as:
For more information on NSF's Plastic Piping System Components Program, please visit the main Plastics Piping System Components website.