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Standards and Regulations

The following references to the original texts may be useful for professionals working in the relevant sector, and who are capable of interpreting them according to their specific needs.

In addition to these regulations, the professional must also refer to the relevant standards, DTU (Unified Technical Documents) and current guidelines (Building Regulations, WRAS, Health Technical Memoranda, DDA, etc.).
NB: The reader recognises that he/she takes full responsibility for the use and application of these texts, which must take account of the texts in their entirety. He/she cannot rely on DELABIE for updating these texts. DELABIE cannot be held responsible for any consequences arising from the application of these texts.

  • WRAS and TMV3 certification and the NF mark - Commercial Sector

    As a global manufacturer, the DELABIE Group has products that are certified to international standards such as TMV3, WRAS and NF, as well as many others. 

  • WRAS and TMV3 certification and the NF Mark - Healthcare sector

    As a global manufacturer, the DELABIE Group has products that are certified to international standards such as TMV3, WRAS, and NF, as well as many others.

  • Reducing the risk of Legionella

    The United Kingdom's Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidance recommends the monitoring for Legionella in all buildings open to the public.


    What is Legionella?


    Which installations are at risk?

  • Sanitary ware certification

    The CE mark is a mandatory European marking for all products subject to one or more European Directives.
    What is the CE mark?
    Which sanitary appliances carry the CE mark?
    How to recognise a CE marked product
    What does the CE mark provide for sanitary ware?

  • Accessibility and Independence

    Access is a right for people with reduced mobility. Architectural and technical provision must be made to allow everyone, disable people, the elderly and those with reduced mobility, to maintain maximum independence in their day-to-day life.

    Space guides for showers, washbasins and toilets; installation examples...