MGS Progetti among the first European manufacturers certified to new lead requirements

NSF Annex G certification of Italian faucet manufacturer supports new requirements for low lead plumbing products to take effect next year.


NSF International has announced that MGS Progetti has become one of the first European faucet manufacturers to

demonstrate compliance with Annex G. Certification to NSF's Annex G, which

contains requirements for low lead plumbing products, helps protect the public

from exposure to lead.

The new section of NSF/ANSI

Standard 61 - Annex G - Weighted Average Lead Content Evaluation Procedure to a

0.25% Lead Requirement - includes requirements that mandate a maximum weighted

average lead content of≤0.25%. The new requirement applies to manufacturers of

faucets, valves, water fittings, and other products that come in contact with

drinking water.

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