QUALIMAX INTERNACIONAL, guarantees the strictest quality controls on its products and applies the following protocol:
Since 2010 QUALIMAX INTERNATIONAL has been certified with ISO 9001 and 14001 for its commitment to quality and the environment.
QUALIMAX guarantees the implementation of a quality system in its management that allows it to respond effectively to the requirements of its customers and guarantee their full satisfaction, both in the products they purchase and in the service received.
Likewise, QUALIMAX is aware of its responsibility to society in order to minimize the impact that its activity can generate in the environment. Therefore, through the application of ISO 14001, it demonstrates its commitment to the implementation of waste recycling improvements And non-use of harmful materials to the environment in the production of their articles, as well as continuous improvement in the implementation of these principles.
QUALIMAX INTERNATIONAL guarantees the fulfillment of the quality requirements demanded by the European system and the application, therefore, of all its regulations:
The CE mark represents the European Communities. The application of the CE mark was introduced by the European Commission and was the same that established the conditions for using the CE marking from the different EC certification directives. With the application of the CE mark, the manufacturer, or his representative within the European Union, declares that the individual product complies with the general safety rules of the trademark application guidelines. Non-European manufacturers may appoint European importers as their representatives. The CE mark is mandatory in all member countries of the European Union.
RoHS Directive 2002/95/CE Restriction of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS) was adopted by the European Union in February 2003 in order to be applied in all member states and implemented in the same way in all of them thus avoiding bureaucratic barriers.
In Spain, the RoHS Directive is included in the Royal Decree 208/2005 and entered into force on 1 July 2006. This directive restricts the use of six hazardous materials in the manufacture of various types of electrical and electronic equipment, which are: Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Chromium VI (Also known as hexavalent chromium), PBB, PBDE (these latter two, retardant substances used in plastics).
The GS Mark is a voluntary brand that can be used in electronic components, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, household appliances and components, consumer electronics, computer equipment, telecommunications equipment, luminaires and components, etc.
GS products are evaluated by the GPSG (German Equipment and Product Safety Act). It is a German company that performs a series of quality and safety tests on the products, which vary depending on the product and other standards, in order to verify its safety.
The validity of this certificate is a of 5 years maximum and an inspection is carried out every year. These inspections are performed by third-party authorized and independent laboratories, and the GS image depends on each laboratory that has performed such tests.
The end result is a product that comes to the market with high security and quality.
Double insulation requires that the devices have a basic insulation and an additional insulation, sufficient to prevent electric shock.
All internal electrical components that have power are fully enclosed inside the insulation package. This prevents any contact with metal parts and prevents grounding.