The quality and accurate compliance with reference standards are two attributes on which Enolgas Bonomi has always been invested, resulting - in 1991 - ISO 9001 certification for design, production and customer service.
A record for the period, which Enolgas Bonomi wants to maintain over time, through close collaboration with the departments of university research and upgrading activity for its products under the law of the different markets.
The production is certified by external bodies and provides qualitative and functional testing to 100% of finished products.
In addition, some product lines are also subject to voluntary certification of products, with direct withdrawal by third party, in the production departments during machining, assembly and testing. As said in order to offer its customers the best guarantees in terms of quality and safety.
Some families of valves are certified UNI EN 331 and ICIM "P" for complying with the standards of safety, reliability and product quality. The pressure equipment meet safety requirements established by the PED, while the industrial stainless steel valves are fully compliant with the ATEX directive, which regulates health and safety in potentially hazardous environments.
A focus on quality and innovation, which can be accommodated only in one company able to look with confidence to the future.

UNI EN ISO 9001:2008

Compliance of the entire production with the standards of the quality system as defined by ISO 9001:2008.

UNI EN 331

Conformity of ball valves for gas with the requirements of European technical standard EN 331.

ICIM "P" Certification

Conformity of ball valves with the technical standards relating to safety, reliability and product quality, certified by ICIM.

PED Certification

Conformity of pressure equipment, in accordance with the safety requirements established by the European Directive PED (Module H).

ATEX Certification

Compliance of industrial stainless steel valves with the essential requirements of health and safety in potentially hazardous areas, covered by Directive 94/9/EC, in accordance with ATEX.