What’s the meaning of the Mark over a plastic pipe or fitting?
AENOR certifies that the pipe or fitting complies with the applicable standard, so certification allows increasing the level of confidence of the user in the product he’s buying.
For that, the manufacturer, that must have implemented a management quality system according to UNE-EN ISO 9001, makes an application to AENOR to carry out periodic audits in his factory, inspections of the production control and test with some samples of every kind of product that wish to certify.
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That AENOR Certificate is not granted indefinitely?
The surveillance is continuous. After six months since the granting of AENOR Certificate, the manufacturer receives the first follow up inspection with sampling to carry out tests in the laboratory.
Later, yearly, two visits per year are performed: one to audit the quality system and other to do a specific product inspection with sampling to test in our laboratory according to the applying standards.
That AENOR withdraws certificates too?
The AENOR Mark and the rigor applied in the certification processes are the main patrimony of AENOR. If during annual checks or market inspections, it’s detected that one product doesn’t satisfy the requirements; AENOR withdraws the certification to the manufacturer, according to our regulations.
That the AENOR certification
- Certified products
- AENOR Specific Rules
- AEN/CTC-001 About us
- Technical files
- Contact us
- Spreading the meaning of the AENOR Mark associated with plastic products,
- Visit to the General Director of Industry and Energy of Comunidad de Madrid
- Visit to CEIS facilities by AENOR technical inspectors of plastic products