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Certification and quality labels

NVKL-qualified servicing company

Installation companies affiliated to the NVKL must meet requirements in the field of knowledge, competence, communication with customers and image. The company is tested by an independent inspection authority every two years. The quality label gives you a guarantee. If you do business with an NVKL-qualified servicing company, a good end result is guaranteed.

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F-gases company certification

On 1 January 2010, the F-gases regulation became effective in Europe. If a company carries out leakage checks, inspections or maintenance on stationary refrigeration equipment, air conditioning or heat pumps, you must be certified in addition to certified personnel. The F-gas certificate in accordance with BRL 100 describes the requirements for maintenance on fluorinated gases (F-gases). The qualified servicing company guarantees optimum connection, prevents emissions of refrigerants and is aware of the requirements that each installation must meet under the regulation.

VCA certificate

The technicians at De Laat have a VCA certificate. VCA stands for Safety, Health and Environment. The certificate was created to increase safety at work. It ensures that employees are aware of the dangers around them. The VCA-certificate gives a clear indication that a company meets the safety requirements or that the employee is aware of the safety regulations.

European norms

The installations of De Laat comply with the legal requirements of EN-378 (safety and environmental requirements for the design, manufacture, construction, installation, operation, maintenance, repair and disposal of refrigeration systems and equipment with regard to local and global environmental impact, but not for the final destruction of the refrigerants), PGS 13 (Ammonia – application as a refrigerant for refrigeration plants and heat pumps) and PED (Pressure Equipment Directive; this Directive applies to the design, manufacture and final inspection of individual pressure equipment and integrated assemblies and pressure systems).

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