Standards/Certification

 

Customer facilities are surveyed – by means of visual inspection complete with photographic record – inspected, by means of ‘tug tests’ for instance or destructive tests where necessary and resistances tested in the appropriate manner to measure whether they conform to the standards set by the various local and international codes-of-practice.

In the event that a system is found to be non-compliant, a report outlining the non-conformities, together with a set of rehabilitative proposals, quantifications and cost estimates is submitted to the client. In the event that a system is found to be standards-compliant, a recognized certificate is issued, effective for a twelve-month period and subject to the system remaining unchanged or undamaged during the period.

 

Technical & Engineering Installation of Earthing and Lightning Protection Systems