Solar Keymark Certification
Consider the two following situations:
- Situation I: A distributor buys Solar Keymarked collectors from the manufacturer and sells the collectors under the original name ->
As the collector still has the original name and type referred to in the Solar Keymark license, the distributors can of course use the existing Solar Keymark.
- Situation II: A distributor buys Solar Keymarked collectors from the manufacturer and sells the collectors under his own name ->
As the collector has a new name and type, it is not possible to link it to the original Solar Keymark license. A new Solar Keymark license with the new name/type must be obtained. No testing is required to obtain the OEM Solar Keymark license, only paper work and inspection/visit.
For details please contact the relevant certification body.
To make certification more flexible and to save costs without losing confidence, the Solar Keymark scheme foresees the possibility to replace materials used in the collector by other materials accepted as equivalents.
Such a list of equivalents is already available for absorber coatings. Similar lists for glazing and insulation are being considered.
Should such a change be required, the Certification Body must be consulted in advance.
Lists of equivalent absorber coatings (on aluminium and copper).
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Solar Keymark News
PRESS RELEASE - Solar Certification Fund: 8th call launched Fosters quality assurance for tomorrow’s Solar Thermal technology!
Brussels, 18 November 2016 – The Solar Certification Fund (SCF) launches today its 8th call for proposals to continue to provide regular and reliable support for (1) developing better and new Solar Thermal certification and standardisation processes, (2) ensuring quality assurance for tomorrow's solar thermal technology.Read more...
The 21st Solar Keymark Network (SKN) meeting took place in the island of Crete, Greece. Among the many points addressed in this meeting, several were related to the outputs of the work linked to the action plan previously approved.Read more...
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The 18th Solar Keymark Network (SKN) meeting will be held on 10 and 11 March 2015 in Rome.Read more...
2 October 2014 – The International Code Council (ICC) and the Solar Rating & Certification Corporation (SRCC) have agreed in principle to join forces.Read more...