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At Reacton our R&D team lead the way with state of the art in-house testing and simulation. Whilst this provides vital product knowledge and confidence in our system and components, we understand that it is very important to have all our outstanding innovation, performance and exceptional quality verified. The best way to do this is by third party approval & certification, meeting or exceeding the international standards and performing at the highest level in a controlled environment. This gives our customers the same confidence we always had.
The P-Mark according to SPCR 183 has been developed for fire suppression systems in engine compartments of buses and coaches. With this global leading approval it ensures that your product can perform at the highest level in the most stringent and challenging conditions. Realistic and repeatable fire tests are performed then all components are put through the industry leading mechanical testing such as vibration, impact, corrosion and temperature cycling. Thorough factory production control of the manufacturer along with regular auditing provide the highest level of confidence with any system bearing the P-Mark logo
Reacton achieved the highest score possible in the P-Mark SPCR 183 with a 10/10 rating (A+).
P-Mark according to SPCR 199 has been developed for fire suppression systems in engine compartments of heavy vehicles. This relatively new approval has already been quickly adopted and referenced as the benchmark for heavy vehicles. All of the testing parameters shown in the P-Mark according to SPCR 183 are followed with the addition of a much more demanding pass criteria and extra tests for demonstrating the flexibility and performance of your system. Zero re-ignition is allowed and fire tests can be performed with a level of openness.
Reacton achieved the highest score possible in the P-Mark SPCR 199 with a 10/10 rating and Level of openness rating of III (A+).
The UNECE Regulation 107 was developed to increase the safety of buses & coaches. It is a set of legislative documents that provide the framework through technical prescriptions and guidance documents for any contracting parties. This specifically looks at the installation and testing of fire suppression systems in engine compartments of all single-deck, double-deck, rigid or articulated vehicle of category M2 or M3 and specifically vehicles having a capacity exceeding 22 passengers.
Reacton achieved the highest score possible in the UNECE Regulation 107 with a 4/4 rating.
Reacton take quality seriously and are focused on continuous improvement, that is why we ensure that we have BS EN ISO 9001:2015. Full reassurance that all our manufacturing and company operating procedures are covered with the strict quality management system certification from the BSI.
On our equipment this signifies conformity with the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) for our high performance automatic fire suppression systems. Reacton's technical folder has been fully assessed by the BSI through their detailed examination of our design, manufacture, testing and inspection processes.
Reacton Fire Suppression are happy to help and answer any questions for may have.