Argus Spectrum International will shortly complete its new European manufacturing facility in Savonlinna, Finland, located within 300km from its headquarters in St Petersburg, Russia. Both manufacturing facilities will produce wireless fire detection products designed to the requirements of EN54, certified by LPCB/BRE Global and carry the LPCB and CE marks. October 2019 Argus Spectrum International production facilities were successfully audited by LPCB/BRE Global and awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification.
Production and Testing Laboratory in Finland
March 2019 Argus Spectrum International announced the creation of a new manufacturing facility in Finland. The company signed a Treaty of Cooperation for the organization of production together with the Town of Savonlinna and started the process of certification with LPCB/BRE Global UK.The Savonlinna production facility was constructed and commissioned within a record time of 5 months. The first group of Finnish employees were successfully trained in St Petersburg in May 2019 and they produced the first batch of equipment in August 2019.
The Savonlinna factory contains a testing laboratory conforming to EN54 standards. The laboratory is fully equipped with all the necessary facilities for fire detection testing - certified smoke and heat test tunnel, acoustic anechoic chamber, light camera, radiochannel and mechanical test rigs. All the laboratory facilities were developed to meet the specific and high requirements of European Certification Board.
LPCB / BRE Global Certification: ZERO non-conformities!
The two manufacturing facilities of Argus Spectrum International successfully passed the rigorous audits of European Lost Prevention Certification Board - BRE Global UK and awarded the highly recognised LPCB mark. The company’s quality management system was certified according to the requirements of ISO 9001:2015. We proudly confirm both audits did not reveal any non-conformities. Product certification will be completed by the end of this year.
The world-famous Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, the Houses of Parliament in London, Russian research station ‘Vostok’ in the Antarctic and many more prestigious International projects have all been protected by advanced wireless technology developed by Argus Spectrum International.