When safety matters most, glass manufacturers trust the BSI Kitemark™
Your commercial advantage
We can help your business gain a competitive advantage and attract new business by matching your innovation in manufacturing with innovation in the BSI Kitemark.
We understand the pressures you as a manufacturer face, to be more innovative than your competitors while creating products with greater efficiency, sustainability and to get them to market quickly and safely.
In a recent survey, 77.5% of clients said their BSI Kitemark certification had helped them to attract new customers*.
The BSI Kitemark helps our clients keep up with new innovation and demonstrate reliable safe products.
Demonstrate technical competence
Our long established BSI Kitemark for safety glass is synonymous with safety and compliance.
By achieving and maintaining a BSI Kitemark for architectural safety glass, you will demonstrate that you meet specific requirements of the recognised industry standards and your products have been tested using the appropriate test methods.
BS EN 12150-1:2000 - Glass in building - Thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass - Definition and description
BS EN 12150-2:2004 - Glass in building - Thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass - Evaluation of Conformity/Product standard
BS EN 12600:2002 - Glass in building. Pendulum test. Impact test method and classification for flat glass
BS EN 14449:2005 - Glass in building. Laminated glass and laminated safety glass
BS EN 14179-1:2005 - Glass in building - Heat soaked thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass - Definition and description
BS EN 14179-2:2005 - Glass in building - Heat soaked thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass - Evaluation of Conformity/Product standard
Plus you can demonstrate compliance to UK Building regulations for glass used in critical locations and satisfy the requirements of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR), in order to CE Mark your products.
*Client survey 2013