Show your customers on the European and world markets that your products are of a high quality standard and that they are safe and regularly tested well beyond the scope of mandatory standards. The recognized DIN-Geprüft mark is a proof that the products bearing this mark meet stringent safety and quality standards.
The independent certification body – DIN CERTCO, awards DIN-Geprüft (=tested) the quality mark that is issued on the basis of the product test or inspection carried out by an independent accredited testing laboratory. Awarding of DIN-Geprüft mark indicates that a product or service is of a high standard and that it complies with DIN, DIN EN or DIN EN ISO standards. Products bearing this mark shall remain subject to periodic inspections.
To prevent its misuse, the mark on a product must be completed with the registration number allocated by DIN CERTCO.
Our Radiator Test Station and Heat Pump Test Station have both been approved and are amongst the prestigious accredited test laboratories approved by DIN CERTCO (registration number PL271). This means that the test reports issued by us can be used to obtain this certification mark of quality. DIN CERTCO trade mark enhances the credibility of your product not only on the European markets but also on the markets worldwide.
Within the framework of DIN CERTCO, we offer tests and inspection of these products:
If you are interested in any of our services, please contact us.
Our experts will contact you soon and specify the details of your inquiry.
After clarifying the details we will prepare a final offer for you.
You will then fill in a binding order.
After signing the contract, we will start to execute your order.
8. 6. 2021
The grand opening of the new testing facility for heat pumps and cooling equipment took place online on 25 and 26 May 2021.
16. 2. 2021
Our testing laboratory has been recognized in the European RADMAC group by the certification body DIN CERTCO, in accordance with all requirements for radiators, convectors and floor convectors with a fan according to test standards EN 442 and EN 16430.