Kiwa guarantees sustainable and safe sports facilities for many forms of sport. Kiwa conducts continuous research in our own laboratory. Before fields or facilities are tested on site, the products that are used to build sports surfaces are tested in the laboratory of Kiwa.
Plastics piping systems for the transport of cold drinking water outside buildings can be certified with Kiwa Watermark to ensure quality. Kiwa quality statements under Kiwa evaluation guidelines BRL- K506, BRL- K522, BRL- K17101, BRL- K17102, BRL- K17104, BRL-K17105, BRL- K17201, BRL- K17202, BRL- K17301, BRL- K17401 and BRL- K17605.
Certification and testing for hoses, shower heads, hand showers and other sanitary tapware components with the Kiwa Watermark. Covering Kiwa evaluation guidelines BRL- K622, BRL- 658, BRL- K668, BRL- K14025, BRL- K14026, BRL- K14034.
Kiwa supports you with all services concerning testing, inspection and certification of concrete according to EN 206 and concrete products. For in-situ concrete, we inspect and certify e.g., according to national standards. Furthermore, we have all the testing facilities for in-situ testing and laboratory testing.
Products like copper tubes, steel pipes and other products intended for safe transport of drinking water can be certified with the Kiwa Watermark quality mark. Evaluation guidelines in this scope are BRL- K760, BRL- K761, BRL- K762, BRL- K767, BRL- K771, BRL- K772, BRL- K775, BRL- K795, BRL- K10018, BRL- K1028, BRL- K19005.
Certification of legionella prevention systems to prevent or reduce the growth of legionella bacteria in tap water installations. Kiwa Watermark assessment guidelines in this scope are BRL- 6010, BRL- K14010-1, BRL- K14010-2 and BRL- K14012.
For construction products for which a harmonized European standard is not available (e.g. due to special features), there is the possibility of applying a voluntary CE. For the voluntary route, the first draft of a European Technical Assessment (ETA) and/or European Assessment Document (EAD) is mandatory.
The quality of aggregates and fillers is defined in the product standards EN 12620 (concrete), EN 13043 (asphalt), EN 13242 (unbound and hydraulically bound building materials) or EN 13383-1 (armour stone) depending on the field of application. Kiwa tests aggregates with several methods.
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.
Kiwa supports you in obtaining the necessary certification and carries out the annual inspection of the plant as well as regular audit testing of your products in accordance with the prescribed standards.
No two buildings are exactly alike. Many have similar functional requirements, but each is unique; incorporating different materials, layouts and occupants. Kiwa Fire Safety Compliance can apply fire engineering techniques, along with their exacting knowledge of standards and design acumen, to advise on robust and cost-effective fire safety engineering solutions.
Certified and tested ceramic sanitary appliances guarantee quality and compliance to European standards and requirements in The Netherlands. Including BRL- K615, BRL- K616, BRL- K619, BRL- K620, BRL- K621.
Rubbers and adhesives for non-drinking water can be certified with the KOMO quality mark. KOMO quality statements under Kiwa evaluation guidelines BRL- 2013, BRL- 2020-1, BRL- 2020-2, BRL- 5220, BRL- 5221.
SATAS and Kiwa cooperate to help local importers and international manufactures of building products exporting to South Africa to secure the certifications and approvals they need, as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Kiwa aspect safety certificate for Technical Water Protection for appliances with contamination risk and Kiwa Watermark product certification for safety devices prevent drinking water systems from pollution. Evaluation guidelines BRL- 628, BRL- 629, BRL- K646, BRL- K648, BRL- K14011 and BRL- K14030.
It is always better to prevent a fire than react to one – this simple mantra is the cornerstone of successful fire safety management. But sometimes fires do occur, and it can be a devastating prospect, but with the expertise of the Kiwa Fire Safety Compliance professionals you're in safe hands.
Plastics piping systems for cold drinking water transport inside buildings can be certified with Kiwa Watermark to ensure quality. Kiwa quality statements under Kiwa evaluation guidelines BRL- K536-A, BRL- K536-B, BRL- K536-C, BRL- K536-D, BRL- K536-E, BRL- K536-F, BRL- K536-G, BRL- K536-H and BRL- K536-K.