• The "Product Environmental Footprint (PEF)" represents the next level of European environmental policy and serves to communicate essential environmental parameters in B2B and B2C.
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  • Not every structural analysis requires interventions in the building fabric. Various non-destructive or low-destructive test methods are available, especially for an initial assessment of the existing damage potential or to confirm the correct construction.
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  • Infrastructure consultancy with a focus on all sorts of pavement constructions. From municipal roads to container terminals, from dike revetments to airports. We are experts in constructions and paving materials like asphalt concrete, concrete and block paving.
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  • In Germany, plastic products of all kinds as well as rubber products that come into contact with drinking water must meet the hygienic and toxicological requirements of the guidelines of the Federal Environment Agency test (UBA). This is described in the elastomer guideline as well as in the KTW guideline.
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  • EPDs are type III environmental declarations and are regulated by DIN EN ISO 14025 and DIN EN 15804. They contain quantifiable environmental information on a European harmonized, scientific basis. The data are developed by taking a holistic view of the product, optimization potentials along the material.
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  • The alkali-silica reaction (ASR) is one of the most frequent causes of cracking due to driving reactions and efflorescence on concrete structures. All structures that are exposed to moisture are affected – from bridges and structures in contact with groundwater to traffic routes and air traffic areas.
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  • A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a systematic analysis of potential environmental impacts of a product system over its entire life cycle, from production to use and disposal.
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  • As a Notified Body, we support you successfully with product testing and international certifications in the field of explosion protection.
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  • Heat loss occurs in all buildings. An infrared camera can be used to visualise this heat loss, which is invisible to the eye.
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  • We help you to improve your product in order to increase the satisfaction of your customers and to improve your reputation sustainably.
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