Quality Assurance

High Quality is critical to us!

We have earned a reputation for producing a consistently high standard of product, and offering a high standard of technical support and after sales support. We work hard to maintain and justify that reputation, and we have held independent Quality Assurance certification since 1992.

Concept gained NATO's highest quality standard, AQAP 1, in 1992, specifically for the design and production of non-toxic smoke systems, for the military, industrial and security marketplace.

In 1995 Concept was certificated to BS EN ISO 9001, for the same scope, after the MoD decided to restrict the activities of the Defence Quality Assurance Board to only the most critical military systems.

ISO 9001

In 1999 our sister company, Concept Smoke Screen (specializing in security smoke systems) also gained EN ISO 9001 quality assurance approval.

As design is incorporated within the scope of our accreditation, we can demonstrate to our customers and clients that we have the professional ability to design and manufacture systems to meet their specific needs.

Our Quality Assurance manager is an IRCA Registered Auditor, and a Fellow of the Institute of Quality Assurance.

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Testimonials

Building Envelope Technologies Ltd

"We have been using the ViCount unit now for some time as our main method of generating smoke for air leakage path identification as part of building airtightness tests.

The speed at which the unit builds smoke is very impressive and consistently in line with the guidance given by yourselves.

The nature and density of the smoke produced proves very effective when observed from outside the building giving sufficient time for and allowing easy observation of emerging smoke and leakage paths. The very persistent effect has allowed us to test buildings with volumes up to 40,000 m3 with just two units.

The very dry nature of smoke (i.e. small particle size) has meant that there have been no instances of contamination of the buildings following the test.

We have found the continuing technical support provided by Concept to be prompt and effective in answering queries and allowing us to get the most out of our equipment."