Quality and Certifications

ISO 9001:2008

As a highly integrated manufacturer of air and vacuum systems where we not only assemble the final product, but also manufacture many of the components, controlling quality every step of the way.  All of our facilities are ISO 9001:2008 certified and all control panels meet UL 508A.

 

ISO 8573-1:2010

Powerex is a proud manufacturer of ISO 8573-1:2010 “Class Zero” oil-free compressed air systems using oil-less scroll and oil-free rotary tooth technology. Class Zero air is the concentration of total oil (aerosol, liquid, vapor) in mg/m3 that is measured to be a level much less than Class 1 (≤.01 mg/m3).

 

UL

UL is a nationally recognized standard of safety.  Our system control panels are built in-house to UL 508A standards.  We are regularly audited to maintain our UL listing for our products.

If you wish to look up our UL listing, please click here.

 

CSA

Our Scroll Enclosure 10-20 HP models (SED, SET and SEQ) are CSA certified.  Our certification meets the Canadian based CSA standard as well as the US based UL standard.  The logo we use means that CSA has certified our product to both the Canadian and US standard.

 

If you wish to look up our CSA certification listing, please go here, type in file number "45245" and submit the search.

 

OSHPD (California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development) - Seismic Certification

The majority of our Medical Air and Laboratory Air Scroll systems have passed their seismic testing at a level of 2.5 g, the highest attainable level.  To see our OSHPD certification and a complete list of all Powerex models that are OSHPD certified, please click here to visit the OSHPD website.  The certification number for our Medical Air and Laboratory Air Scroll systems is OSP-0380-10.

Our Medical Vacuum and Laboratory Vacuum Claw and Lubricated systems have also passed their seismic testing.  The certification number for our Medical Vacuum and Laboratory Vacuum Claw and Lubricated systems is OSP-0393-10.  This certification is also available on the OSHPD website. 

OSHPD (California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development) is a series of tests for the structural integrity of components, supports, etc. and requires that the functionality of all components be maintained in case of an earthquake.  Even though OSHPD is mandatory and specific to the state of California, other states such as Utah, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Nevada, and North Carolina have also started looking into seismic requirements for their healthcare facilities. If you would like to read our OSHPD (Seismic) brochure, please click here.