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Our quality management ensures compliance with national and international standards and guidelines. The QM system is implemented according to ISO 9001: 2015.




ISO 14001:2015

With our environmental management, we are certificated according to ISO 14001: 2015. We are already working according to the valid regulations and guidelines.
Since we have our own R&D and design departments, we are also able to implement the following standards:

The CE marking was introduced by the European Commission. The Commission lays down the conditions for using the CE marking within the various CE Directives.
The CE marking procedure requires the manufacturer or his representative within the EU to declare that the particular product complies with the general safety regulations of the CE Directive.

  UL/CSA UL/CSA mark of conformity is the most accepted proof that a product conforms to the American and Canadian safety requirements. CSA International checks products in accordance with national and international standards and awards marks of conformity for products which meet the criteria. For potential customers and users, this is proof that a product has been evaluated in a formal procedure and that it fulfils the current safety and performance standards.
  MIL Defence Supply Centre, Columbus (DSCC) for the MIL system in the military sector. Regulates cables, load tests etc.
  VDE The VDE mark of the Association of German Electrical Engineers is a sign of conformity with the VDE regulations and the European or internationally harmonised standards and it confirms compliance with the protection requirements of the applicable Directives and guidelines. The VDE mark attests to the safety of the product in respect of electrical, mechanical, thermal, toxic, radiological and other hazards. An EC Declaration of Conformity is available on request.
  ATEX The EX mark of conformity is a special marking for explosion protection equipment. It means that equipment, protection systems or components harmonised under Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX Directive, named after the French term “ATmosphere EXplosible”) comply with the requirements of the European standard.
    VG The so-called “Defence Equipment Standard” issued by the German Office for Defence Technology and Procurement (BWB). It contains technical and cost requirements for items deployed by the German Armed Forces, for example.

Moog Rekofa GmbH

Bergstrasse 41
53533 Antweiler

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