NSF certifies aquatechnik PP-R fusion pipe

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Mississauga, Ontario — aquatechnik North America announced that NSF International has confirmed certification of aquatechnik polypropylene fusion pipe for NSF / ANSI Standard 14, covering its “plastic piping system components and related material.”  The aquatechnik NSF certification listing may be found at: http://info.nsf.org/Certified/Plumbing/Listings.asp?CompanyName=aquatechnik&

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Mike Thomas (left), president and Steven Thomas (right), vice-president of aquatechnik® North America celebrate NSF / ANSI 14 certification for aquatechnik professional polypropylene fusion pipe and fittings with Marco Petenà, managing director and founder of aquatechnik® group sp. aquatechnik group spa has been manufacturing professional polypropylene heat fusion welding pipe and fittings for fluid handling systems since 1985, and is now available in North America.

Since 1985, aquatechnik has been at the forefront of manufacturing the highest quality of polypropylene heat fusion welding pipe and fittings for multiple fluid handling systems.  Today, the firm’s manufacturing plant in Magnano, Italy produces a full range of fusion pipe and fitting solutions for export to a growing number of countries world-wide where aquatechnik fusion pipe is available — now including Canada, the United States and Mexico.  Learn more at aquatechnikNA.com.

The NSF / ANSI 14 certification is an important step forward for the growing aquatechnik North America distribution network, which is now able to market the certified product.  Testing is under way for NSF / ANSI 61 covering “drinking water system components;” aquatechnik certification for that standard is expected in the next month.

All major plumbing codes are now requiring that plastic piping products comply with NSF/ANSI Standard 14. The International Plumbing Code, International Residential Code and National Standard Plumbing Code have required compliance with NSF/ANSI Standard 14 for many years, and now the Uniform Plumbing Code also requires NSF/ANSI 14 compliance for plastic pipe and fittings, raising the bar on quality for plastic piping products throughout North America.

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