Each type of plumbing product which falls into one of the categories specified in Wis. Admin. Code § SPS 384.10, Table 384.10, shall be approved by the Department before the product may be sold for use in a plumbing system or installed in a plumbing system.
Plumbing product applications are submitted through the eSLA system. Specifications and plans or drawings for each type of product shall be submitted to the Department for review. The submittal shall be accompanied by sufficient data and information to determine if the product and its performance comply with the provisions of chs. SPS 382 to 384 and ch. 145 Stats.
Follow the Plumbing Product User Guide to submit a plumbing product application.
The Department has the specific requirements for submitting the following plumbing products:
- Checklist for site-specific commercial water treatment devices.
- Checklist for water treatment devices.
- Checklist for alternate and experimental products.
- Checklist for health care plumbing appliances.
- Checklist for prefabricated plumbing systems.
- Checklist for water reuse systems.
All plumbing product approvals have a 5-year term of approval. A plumbing product approval becomes eligible for renewal six months prior to the expiration date. An expired plumbing product approval cannot be renewed therefore a new plumbing product application is required.
Please use Public Look-Up to view approvals of plumbing, private onsite wastewater treatment systems, and pool products.
Soil Erosion/Stormwater Product Evaluations
Lenny Kanter, at Robert.Kanter@Wisconsin.gov or 608-261-6541, is the DIS storm water/erosion control consultant.
All erosion control product stipulations and references are currently tied to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Conservation Practice Standard,
Interim Manufactured Perimeter Control and Slope Interruption Products (1071). Any previous reference to the Department of Safety and Professional Services document references this DNR Technical Standard for Construction Site Erosion and Sediment Control. The Wisconsin DNR's
Construction Site Erosion Control Standards.
Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services Installation Stipulations for Approved Products is a companion document that outlines recommended guidelines for the installation, and maintenance of manufactured perimeter control and slope interruption products on sites regulated by DSPS.