RAD X is certified by SINTEF

SINTEF building research is leading international research institute for sustainable development of buildings and infrastructure. They are solving problems related to construction, creating values for customers and society through research and development, research-based consultancy, certification and knowledge dissemination. They offer expertise in disciplines such as architecture, building physics, management, operation and maintenance of buildings, water supply and other infrastructures.

Downoad approval TG 20472

Download approval TG 20370

RAD X has been certified by Irish Agreement Board in Ireland

Irish Agrément Board in Ireland has been appointed by government to issue European technical approvals. Certificates from IAB confirm that certified product is “suitable material” for intended purpose under Irish construction site conditions and in accordance to Building Regulations from 1997 to 2002. IAB is working with National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) as national member of UEA (European Union of Agreement).

RAD X is tested by KVI, Kernfysisch Versnellen Instituut, Nuclear Geophysiscs Division», Nederland

KVI-Center for Advanced Radiation Technology (KVI-CART)  perform basic research in subatomic physics, astrophysics, application driven research on accelerator physics and physics in medicine. They work in close cooperation with research centers, healthcare, and industrial sectors on long term solutions for science and society. Through the development of state of art detection techniques promotes KVI-CART cross research and application driven research. KVI-CHART educates young scientists in physics and medical technology at BSc, MSc and PhD level. RAD X is thoroughly tested at KVI.

RAD X is tested by SP Sveriges Tekniska Forskningsinstitut

Rad X is tested for Radon Resistance by SP Technical Research Institute.

During testing SP Technical Research Institute used different thicknesses of EVOH membrane layers to verify what degree this offered resistance to radon gas penetration.