ASSE recognizes the importance and benefits of input from a variety of industry stakeholders in order to develop the best standards and performance documents. Listing Evaluation Criteria (LEC) are Other Recognized Documents (ORD’s) that establish the initial rules for unique products in the marketplace. An LEC is an opportunity for new devices to gain a footing in the marketplace when combined with 3rd-party certification.
An LEC is valid for 5 years from publication date. At that point, the ASSE Product Standards Committee (PSC) will observe its market acceptance and decide the appropriate route for it in partnership with the original requester.
All public comments are reviewed after the end of the 20-day public review period by the PSC and are resolved to the best ability of the PSC and the commenter. Comments must include the following:
Submit public comments to email@example.com with the name of the LEC in the subject.
|ASSE LEC 2010-20xx||Proportional Flow Controller, with Backflow Protection, for use in Drinking Water Installations||Jan 29, 2020||This device controls the flow of potable water based on the pressure of non‐potable water from a hydronic system. The device performs this hydraulically and has integral backflow protection between potable and low hazard non‐potable water. This device is typically installed in conjunction with a heat exchanger and a part of a hydronic system loop.|
|ASSE LEC 2002-2017||Shower Filtration Fitting for Reduction of Chloramine||Feb 2017||Devices are shower filters are designed to reduce contaminants typically found in potable water supply lines, such as chlorine and chloramine. The product improves the showering experience by reducing aesthetic contaminants from supply water.|
|ASSE LEC 2004-2019||Drinking Water Treatment Systems Using Air as a Source||July 2019||Atmospheric water generators are intended to be used to produce drinking water. Typical applications include areas where water is scarce or where water supplies are of unknown water quality. Critical components of these systems include a condenser, storage tank, and disinfection control techniques to address microbiological water contamination.|
|ASSE LEC 2006-2019||Point of Entry Reverse Osmosis Systems||Sept 2019||This covers contaminant reduction claims for POE RO systems used to treat drinking water. RO water treatment equipment reduce total dissolved solids, heavy metals, microbes, inorganics, and organic water contaminants. POE ROs are typically installed after the water meter in residences or businesses.|
If you have a product that does not quite fit the mold of an existing standard or would like to know more about the process of developing an LEC and whether it is appropriate for you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.