Webinar: NSF REG4 – An Alternative to Water Fittings Compliance for the UK
Our expertise includes faucets, flexible plumbing connectors, grease interceptors, plumbing fixtures and fittings, and backflow preventers. Additionally, our global network can help you access new markets like the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Germany and China. Get certified by NSF – the most widely recognized and respected certification mark in the plumbing industry.
Anti-Scald and Temperature Control Devices
Since the early 1990s, a method to evaluate and certify anti-scald and temperature control devices was in high demand, in both the health care and domestic markets.
To ensure that chemical inhibitors meet performance requirements, manufacturers, test laboratories and NSF International (formerly known as BuildCert) developed a chemical inhibitor performance standard for testing the quality and performance of inhibitors.
Faucets and Accessories
NSF International provides all testing and certification needed for faucets and their accessories to gain product acceptance and compliance globally.
Lead Content Compliance
As of January 4, 2014, the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) requires drinking water products sold or installed for use in public water systems, as well as plumbing in facilities, to meet a weighted average of not more than 0.25 percent lead.
North American Code Requirements
NSF provides the testing and certifications you need to gain product acceptance and code compliance across North America.
NSF International provides all testing and certification needed for commercial roof drains to gain product acceptance and compliance globally.
Plumbing Standard Revisions Tighten Lead Leaching Criteria in Drinking Water
September 22, 2020
Call for Abstracts: Speaker, Research Poster Proposals Accepted for Legionella Conference 2020
February 13, 2020
Drinking Water Treatment Units Must Now Meet Stricter Requirements for Lead Reduction Certification
February 6, 2020
NSF International Staff Takes Part in NEHA Conference
July 23, 2019
Several NSF staff members participated in the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)’s annual conference in Nashville, Tenn. the week of July 8. Our CEO presented an award and received an award, we presented a scholar intern award, two staff members gave educational sessions and we sponsored the NEHA president’s reception.