Certifications that meet our customers’ requirements
An ISO 9001 certified production, 2015
|Excellence is the key word in our design and manufacturing processes for our Verisafe products.
In order to guarantee the quality of our production, regular checks are made to verify the manufacturing parameters and the characteristics of the finished product.
The production of our Verisafe film is now ISO 9001-2015 certified and is audited annually by BRE (England) REDBOOK. This certification is the guarantee of reliable follow-up and rigor from the production process to the delivery of our products. Thanks to this approach of excellence, our quality is recognized in Europe and worldwide.
Certified films that meet international standards
Certification of Verisafe foils is an essential process to ensure the quality of our products, allowing us to meet the requirements of our customers, including reducing fire risks.
Our foils are certified to the highest standards. Our products are therefore available on the global market and for all business sectors. (See: certifications logos of our VERISAFE foil, table, or image with LPS, M1 certifications, etc.).
The production of our Verisafe foil is ISO 9001-2008 certified and is audited annually by BRE (England) RedBook. This certification guarantees reliable monitoring and precision from the production process to delivery of our products. Thanks to this quality approach, our brand is recognized in Europe and across the world.
LPCB certification (ref 789a and 789b) for fire risk – BRE
LPS 1207: protective materials
Certificate 789a awarded to our Verisafe b1 200μm (white) and Verisafe b1 280μm (white) foils
LPS 1215: scaffold cladding materials
789b certificate for our Verisafe b1 280μm (white) and Verisafe b1 320μm (white) foils
Certification EN 13501-1 – b, s1, d0
EN 13501-1 is a European classification standard for reaction to fire.
The building materials are divided into different categories A1, A2, B, C, D, E or F. The formation of incandescent droplets (classes d0, d1 and d2) as well as the generation of smoke (s1, s2 and s3) are also taken into account