Code/Standard Compliance

CodeDescription
ADAChicago Faucets offers over 150 products designed and manufactured to meet ADA requirements.
ANSI Z1.5A/CGA 9.1MGas valves are tested and certified to ANSI Z1.5A/CGA 9.1M.
ASME A112.18.1All Chicago Faucets plumbing supply fittings are designed and manufactured to meet or exceed the ASME A112.18.1 standard for plumbing fittings. Consult factory for details.
ASSE 1016/ASSE1001Chicago Faucets pressure balancing and combination thermostatic and pressure balancing shower valves comply with ASSE 1016. Chicago Faucets vacuum breakers comply with ASSE 1001, ASSE 1035 and CSA B64.1.1.
CSA B125All Chicago Faucets plumbing supply fittings are designed and manufactured to meet or exceed the ASME A112.18.1 standard for plumbing fittings. Consult factory for details.
ISO 14001Chicago Faucets takes a systematic approach in its environmental management system to verify hazard potentials, control them and thus prevent critical incidents, therefore meeting ISO 14001 standards.
ISO 9001Chicago Faucets meets ISO 9001 international standards based on the ability to establish and maintain a uniform quality management system to better meet the needs of our customers.
NSF/ANSI 61, Section 9Applies to all drinking water and lavatory faucets and states that leaching of lead into drinking water may not exceed 5 parts per billion at 1 liter dilution. Chicago Faucets has one of the largest listing of faucets certified to ANSI/NSF 61, Section 9. Your Chicago Faucets sales representative can provide you with a current and complete listing of Chicago Faucets products certified according to the ANSI/NSF 61, Section 9.
WaterSenseChicago Faucets is proud to be a partner with WaterSense, sponsored by the EPA. The WaterSense program is designed to protect the future of our nation's water supply by promoting efficiency and enhancing the market for water efficient products, programs and practices. Chicago Faucets offers a wide selection of WaterSense listed fittings.

California Energy Commission - Appliance Efficiency Compliance

The California Energy Commission (CEC) Appliance Efficiency Program requires that manufacturers of certain appliances meet state and federal standards for energy and water efficiency. Manufacturers must also certify the performance of their appliances to demonstrate compliance with the standards and make this information available to the public. Complete compliance information is available at the CEC website, or you may click the links below to download CEC compliance data for Chicago Faucets products:
CEC Substitution List - Kitchen (PDF)
CEC Substitution List - Lavatory (PDF)
CEC Substitution List - Public Lavatory (PDF)
CEC Substitution List - Shower (PDF)
CEC Substitution List - Master (PDF)
CEC Compliance List - Master (PDF)