The N Mark for facade scaffolding certifies pre-fabricated elements for the assembly of scaffolding on facades or other construction elements
The AENOR product certification generates confidence in users and enables risk prevention services to recognise safety in construction sites
The AENOR N Mark for facade scaffolding is widely recognised throughout Europe and South America.
Companies that have a quality management systems based on the standard UNE-EN ISO
9001 are well-prepared for joint audits. This results in savings on planning, visit reports, corrective action plans, resources, etc.
The AENOR N Mark is a sign of product quality and safety endorsed by an independent third-party leader in certification. The AENOR N Mark is recognised by public and private customers, facilitating the sale of thousands of certified products around the world.
The N certification is not mandatory; the manufacturer subjects itself voluntarily to a complete examination of its product by independent entities and specialists, with the goal of objectively determining that the product meets the established quality and safety requirements.
Products that receive this mark undergo different assessments and controls to ensure their compliance with corresponding standards and with the specific certification system developed by AENOR for each product.
The standards of the series
UNE-EN 12810 and UNE-EN 12811 describe the technical requirements that must be fulfilled by prefabricated elements such as fixed or access platforms, handrails, and diagonal braces.
Everything is easier with the AENOR certification
The certification process includes the evaluation of documentation, in-factory auditing of the different production processes, the taking and testing of samples of different elements according to the standards
EN 12811 and EN 12811 and the certification, where applicable, of requested references.
The licensed companies will be audited and their products will be tested annually.
Once an organisation passes the certification process, it obtains: