Special treatment chemicals are often used to safeguard the quality of the water in swimming pools and hot tubs. These products must of course not lead to health risks. Manufacturers who want to demonstrate that their swimming pool chemicals have been tested and meet strict requirements can request a product certificate from Kiwa according to NSF/ANSI/CAN 50 'Equipment and chemicals for swimming pools, spas, hot tubs and other recreational water facilities'.
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 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.
In the eyes of Kiwa, hydrogen plays a crucial role in the energy transition. But what is hydrogen? You'll discover it in the Kiwa’s e-learning Hydrogen Awareness, an introduction to hydrogen for anyone involved (or getting involved) with hydrogen.
Are you a provider or customer of cloud services? With certification against the international standard ISO 27017:21 you can demonstrate your stakeholders that you are aware of the security risks of storing and processing information in the cloud and that you have taken measures to minimise these risks.
The monitoring of a quality management system is headed by the lead auditor. This is an experienced auditor with advanced knowledge of the relevant standards and processes who masters the skills required to be a leader. You will learn these skills during the Lead Auditor Course (LAC) by Kiwa Training.
The quality of our drinking water is a matter that concerns us all. To prevent the pollution of drinking water it is essential for appliances (such as washing machines and dishwaters) to have internal backflow protection.
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The products according BRL K536 G are applicable for piping systems distribution systems for hot and cold drinking water at a design (working) overpressure of 8 or 10 bar according the temperature profile table 1.
The shower hoses may be used in tap water installations with a maximum working pressure of 1000 kPa. The recommended limits for correct operation are a dynamic pressure between 100 kPa and 500 kPa and a water temperature of maximum 65°C.
This approval requirement describes the requirements with regard to flexible hose assemblies for use in installations for natural gas with a pressure of no more than 200 mbar in accordance with the NPR 3378-11 Code of Practice
This approval requirement specify the requirements for fusion fittings made of polyethylene (PE) as well as of mechanical fittings for use in plastic piping systems for the supply of gaseous fuels of the 2nd and 3rd family according to EN 437 with a maximum operating pressure of 10 bar at a reference temperature of 20°C. The operating temperature is between -20 ˚C and 40 ˚C.
The products are intended to be used as gas pressure regulators, gas leak protectors and gas pressure regulators combined with gas leak protectors for domestic installations with a capacity up to 10 m3 and an inlet pressure (MOPu) up to 200 mbar a...
The products are intended to be used for the transport of drinking water and a working pressure of 1MPa (1,000 kPa), with a water temperature up to 65˚C and a maximum water temperature up to 90˚C for a period of maximum 1 hour.
The WEEELABEX quality standard describes the working method for the treatment and processing of discarded electrical and electronic equipment. The acronym WEEELABEX stands for Waste of Electric and Electronic Equipment Label of Excellence.
Growers, growers associations and trading companies that ship their products directly from growers can use Kiwa AQS once or periodically to monitor the quality of fresh produce. As an independent third party, Kiwa AQS can also rule on conflicts between growers and buyers.
Fruit and vegetable companies can turn to Kiwa AQS for the quality assessment of products during a fixed period under specific conditions. This shelf life check provides insight into how the quality of products develops over time. This can also be done in a benchmark in which comparable products of different origin, variety, suppliers and in different packaging are compared with each other.