A lot of hot water of the shower, goes directly into the sewer. Shower Heat Recovery Units (SHRU or DWTW in Dutch language) have been developed by several companies, which can heat the water for the shower with the wasted water that goes to the sewer. This saves energy with just a small investment. The Shower Heat Recovery Units (SHRU) save gas and money, but also count for the reduction of the energy performing coefficient (EPC).
Kiwa is able to test your Shower Heat Recovery Units (SHRU) according to the Dutch requirement NTA 8800 (EPG) on performance. No audit has to be performed for this test. Several test requirements are layed down in the NTA 8800. On request Kiwa can also test your Shower Heat Recovery Units according specific desired requirements.
Furthermore Kiwa can test the Shower Heat Recovery Units (SHRU) according the Kiwa quality label. The marking of this Kiwa quality label may only be affixed after successful completion of testing, auditing of factory production control and the issue of a certificate by Kiwa.
Kiwa has testing facilities for Shower Heat Recovery Units (SHRU) according to the requirements of NTA 8800.