Approved Manufacturer

In today’s business world, approved and certified products, materials and processes are a key to economic success. 

Our components are installed in machinery, which serves in a high risk environment like energy, gas, marine or offshore sectors. Components and systems used in mentioned sectors need to meet high requirements for safety and reliability. This is the only way to safeguard people and assets and to protect the environment.

We are an approved manufacturer by major worlds authorized societies in classification and certification. Approval of manufacturers (AoM) confirms that we have been found in compliance with international standards, regulations or classified authorized organization rules. 

Since 2011 Approved Manufacturer by DNV

Since 2014 Approved Manufacturer by Lloyd’s Register

Since 2016 Approved Manufacturer by ABS

Since 2018 Approved Manufacturer according to the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) (2014/68/EU) by DNV GL

Since 2019 Approved Manufacturer by Bureau Veritas


DNV GL is a global quality assurance and risk management company, which provides classification, technical assurance, software and independent expert advisory services to the maritime, oil & gas, power and renewables industries. With origins stretching back to 1864 and operations in more than 100 countries, they are our partners in helping Scandicast customers make the world safer.

American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)

For more than 150 years, ABS has been at the forefront of marine and offshore energy innovation. Positioned in 200 offices in 70 countries around the world, the ABS network of surveyors, engineers, technical specialists and support staff are committed to helping their members and clients achieve success.

Bureau Veritas

Bureau Veritas is a world leader in laboratory testing, inspection and certification services. Created in 1828, the Group has around 75,000 employees located in more than 1,400 offices and laboratories around the globe.

Lloyd's Register

The organization dates back to 1760. Its stated aims are to enhance the safety of life, property, and the environment, by helping its clients (including by validation, certification and accreditation) to ensure the quality construction and operation of critical infrastructure. During the late 20th century, it diversified into other industries including oil and gas, process industries, nuclear, and rail.

Pressure Equipment Directive

The Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) (2014/68/EU) applies to the design, manufacture and conformity assessment of stationary pressure equipment with a maximum allowable pressure greater than 0,5 bar. The directive entered into force on 20 July 2016.

The Pressure Equipment Directive aims to guarantee free movement of the products in its scope while ensuring a high level of safety.