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Coronavirus Update

As a result of the on going coronavirus epidemic all door production has been halted until further notice.

As a result we are not processing any quotations at this time until production is back up and running again.

Thank you for your understanding at this difficult time for everyone.

LPCB Certification

What is Approval or Certification?

Third party approval (or certification) is a conformity assessment process, carried out by a body that is independent
of both supplier and customer organisations. It provides confirmation that products and services have met and will continue to meet
the requirements of specified standards and other normative documents.

Third party approval provides a safeguard as to the performance of a product or service.

LPCB third party product approval schemes are quality assurance schemes and comprise initial type testing and technical evaluation, assessment and surveillance of the manufacturer's quality system and production procedures, regular audit testing, labelling and listing.

Benefits of Third Party Approval

A frequent concern of stakeholders is in knowing whether a product will perform in accordance with the stated specifications.
These concerns can involve such product attributes as safety, health or environmental impacts, durability, compatibility, suitability for intended purposes or for stated conditions, and other similar considerations. These issues can all be addressed through product approvals.

For specifiers/customers the benefits of an LPCB approval are:

Risk reduction - specifying LPCB products and services demonstrates due-diligence and best endeavour and mitigates against possible accusations of negligence.

Avoidance of costly mistakes - you can trust LPCB approved products and services to conform each and every time.

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