Dubai, UAE: UAE-based manufacturer of Aerofoam insulation, Hira Industries has been awarded the Dubai Central Laboratory (DCL) quality certification by Dubai Municipality for maintaining Green Building Regulations & Specifications standards across its products and operations, according to a company-issued press communiquè.
Hira Industries, the communiquè said, has been awarded the certification for Aerofoam XLPE & NBR, following a comprehensive assessment of the company’s internal quality control system. The communiquè highlighted that XLPE & NBR is Standard Specification: GBRS Clause 502.11 compliant, and meets the most stringent standards for fire performance and energy-efficient products.
The DCL Product Conformity, the communiquè explained, was developed to enable manufacturers to prove that their products meet the requirements specified by Dubai Municipality according to the Green Building Regulations & Specifications. The standard, the communiquè said, describes the quality assurance, factory assessment and independent testing that must be addressed in order to ensure the conformity of products.
“We are deeply honoured and humbled with the DCL certification,” said Umesh Unni, Regional Commercial Manager of Hira Industries. “It is indeed an important milestone for Hira Industries, as an organisation, Hira Industries has always taken care to ensure that all our internal processes and products compile with the highest quality standards. The DCL Certification is a testament of our commitment to develop quality solutions that are in line with Dubai Green Building Regulations & Specifications.”
He added: “DCL Certification is a strategic move that showcases our keenness to provide best services to customers. It reflects our commitment to achieve the UAE government’s vision to create a smart city that provides sustainable living, implementing the best international practices.”