The Building and Plumbing Bulletin - Summer 2019
To help ensure the utmost quality and efficiency for geothermal piping systems, we facilitated the development of a series of American National Standards. These standards define minimum physical and performance requirements and establish product testing, long-term strength and quality control requirements. Each standard addresses particular types of polyethylene and piping fixtures and fittings, all with geothermal end-uses. Clients only need to be certified to the standard that applies to their product.
The standards are:
This standard series requires quality control testing at your manufacturing site to help your company display continuous compliance and product performance to your customers. Certification to any NSF/ANSI 358 standard satisfies requirements of the International Mechanical Code (IMC) and the Uniform Mechanical Code (UMC).
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