Public Control Action “Fair Radiator”

The APHR is implementing a project to audit the validity of the declared characteristics of heating radiators selling retail. The project was launched at the end of 2015 and over a short period of time evolved into a mass action of public control. Information about discrepancies between the declared and actual characteristics of radiators is gathered by the APHR team, outlets staff, representatives of companies and non-profit organizations, and volunteers  and uploaded into the interactive chart “Fair Radiator”

For more information, please, visit: Fair Radiator.

Heating Equipment Verification

In cooperation with the National Constructors Union and the professional community, the APHR is developing a heating devices verification system.

Compliance tests will be conducted in specialized Russian and European laboratories, such as M.R.T. of the Polytechnic University of Milan, laboratories of the Research Institute Santehniki, Vitatherm and Santekhprom.

Introducing the verification system will allow drawing up a list of heating radiators recommended by the APHR and the National Constructors Union to be used on construction sites and released at retail points.

For more information, please, visit: Verification.

Heating Equipment Certification

The program objective – introducing mandatory certification that will oblige dishonest players of the market to provide actual characteristics of produced or imported goods.

The APHR proposal to introduce mandatory certification was supported by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, the Ministry for Construction and the Federal Agency on Technical Regulating and Metrology. Mandatory certification will have been introduced by the end of 2016/ the beginning of 2017 and will allow providing the Russian market with safe goods that comply with all the necessary requirements.