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G 493-1 Code of Practice 09/201255,79 €*
This Code of Practice G 493‑1 serves as a basis for certifying and awarding the DVGW certification mark to specialised companies that design, manufacture and set up turn‑key gas pressure regulating and gas measuring stations. Quality, safety and security have always been given top priority by the gas industry, and this shall continue to be so in the future. Company certification is indispensable for meeting this goal; this 5th edition of this Code of Practice provides the basis for certification. This Code of Practice describes not only the qualification criteria to be met by the relevant companies but also ‑ and in some more detail ‑ the fields of work in which appointed experts have to demonstrate particular knowledge. The fact that the Energy Industry Act (EnWG) has now broadened the meaning of the term ?biogas? to include hydrogen from renewable sources has created new qualification requirements for appointed experts. These requirements shall be amended if, when and as href= https://shop.wvgw.de/508694 >here. requirements set forth in this Code of Practice are eligible for certification.
GW 381 Technical Rule - Standard 05/201535,91 €*
For the purposes of this Standard GW 381, the term ?minimum requirements? implies that further requirements canensue from technical rules and legal provisions and/or that the ordering party may stipulate further requirements,in particular in the presence of special features or needs for protection or other constraints. Theoptional criteria shall, without claiming to be exhaustive, be considered guidance for the ordering partywho shall decide on the need for further requirements.If a company consists of several units, this technical rule applies to the units in charge of undergroundconstruction and, without exception, to independent subsidiaries as well. A subsidiary shall be assumed tobe independent if, in effect, it actually controls most operations and/or if the head office of the company isunable to provide the supervision of the staff and the construction sites as required.