Standardisation also provides safety in the area of hygiene.
Safety through professional installation
Normative requirements and testing for construction and operation
It has long since begun
Standards provide guidance - also in terms of food hygiene
Residential heating appliances are subject to various requirements regarding their construction and operation
Anything that comes into contact with food must meet certain requirements.
Capping the peaks
Drinking water is probably the most heavily regulated foodstuff
Protection against electrical hazards
Protection against mechanical injuries
Without standardisation on energy efficiency, no comparisons are possible.
Independent heat supply with maximum energy efficiency
The Environmental Product Declaration provides a basis for assessing the sustainability of products
For the lively, woodless fire to be safe, specifications are needed.
The HKI is committed to the unproblematic operation of solid fuel heating appliances and home ventilation systems in buildings