Certifications

We have environment ceritifcations on our products. Most of which can be found on coBuilders site.
On the individual product pages we link up to all the necessary documention related to the individual products.

Load certificates

Load tests on panels consist of a series of measurements made in accordance with the EN 12825 Standard .

Click here for the Load Class information.

Our database currently contains over 120 load tests reports on systems with different framings (different heights, with or without stringers, with standard or reinforced pedestals).

You will find hereunder the detail of every test report, including the mandatory elements described in section 5.1 of the EN 12825 Standard.

Our test process has been certified by Socotec and Veritas.

Every test report includes 6 pages :

PAGE                           DATEMANDATORY    OPTIONAL 
1Manufacturer’s name, address

N°. and year of the standard

Type of tested system

Frame type : detail of construction

N° test and recall on each page

Date of test

Validation of test : names / person responsible

Date validation test

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

2Location and nature of the test

Date and technical conditions of the test

Persons attending

Description of the method

Details of classes and classification

Temperature and humidity, weather

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

3Safety factor selected

Summary table of results

Classificaion of the system

Impact test of a hard body – results and references

Impact test of a soft body – results and references

Results and Tolerances

X

X

X

X

X

X

 

4

Annexe A

Apparatus for measurement and control used

Calibration dates of these devices

Uncertainty of measurement error, reliability & accuracy

X

X

X

 

5

Annexe B

Test results of dimensional control

(Table with values)

X

 

 

6

Annexe C

Table of results with measurements of critical points of failure and deflection

Batch number of manufacturing samples

Results Table of deflection for pedestals


X
X
X 

-> We do not supply the deflection curves that do not bring anything new to the test, but we keep them upon request.

-> Example of deflection curve for a loading test.