Water and Plumbing Product Certification
Plumbing and Water Infrastructure products rely on Product Certification to meet regulatory requirements and provide confidence to purchasers that the products they are installing meet relevant Standards.
Product Certification in accordance with the WaterMark scheme is a mandatory requirement in Australia to legally install plumbing products. Product Certification for Water Infrastructure products is a basic pre-requisite for product acceptance by water utility asset owners.
Meet Regulatory Requirements with SAI Global Certification
Independently demonstrate your products meet the appropriate Australian or International Standard to ensure it is fit for purpose.
Water and Plumbing Standards & Schemes
SAI Global’s StandardsMark scheme is the premier certification mark for Water Tanks and Waste Water Treatment Systems. Our certification program ensures your products meet AS/NZS 4766 and/or 1546 Series.
5 Ticks StandardsMark™
The ‘Five Ticks’ StandardsMark™ on a product is an independent assurance to the customer that the product has undergone a rigorous audit and testing program.
WaterMark Certification Scheme
WaterMark is a regulatory Mark called upon by the Plumbing Regulators and detailed in the Plumbing Code of Australia (Code).
Plumbing Safety Type Test
Ancillary products for the plumbing industry can gain industry acceptance and confidence in product quality, via certification to SAI Global Type Test Scheme. Our most commonly certified products in this scheme include AS/NZS 4766 water tank materials, DZR brass to AS2345 and AS/NZS 4020 Compliant materials.
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