BSRIA Cert for Ruskin

BSRIA, Ruskin, weather louvres

Ruskin Air Management has gained certification for three of its Naco- brand weather louvres through BSRIA Cert, assuring customers that these products are manufactured consistently to a design that has been independently performance tested. The photo shows David Fitzpatrick (left), sales director of Ruskin Air Management, receiving the certificate from Chris Marney, manager of BSRIA Cert.

The scheme is part of BSRIA Cert’s certification programme, which aims to add transparency to product selection and make it easier to specify products that are ‘fit for purpose’.

Louvre samples are type tested to EN 13030, and their production is monitored through regular factory inspections.

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