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As the KOLAS (Korea Laboratory Accreditation Scheme)accepted laboratory, FILK provides you with the following three types of testing services in accordance with domestic and foreign fire codes and standards such as KS, ISO, IMO, UL, BS, and soon; testing services to the general customer's requests, government accepted testing services for specific purposes, and testing services for shipping registers'.
FILK Quality Certification
FILK grants superior fire protection systems and products the FILK Quality Certification mark. FILK mark is given only to the verified fire protection and other safety systems in accordance with FILK standards through factory inspections on quality control programs and relevant tests for the evaluation of their fire performances to the high level standards.
FILK Certification Benefits
The manufacturers of the FILK qualified products can enjoy a reliable reputation in the market to promote the sale of their products. At the same time, the consumer can enjoy premium discounts by using the products with FILK Certification marks.
Process of FILK Certification
FILK research activities
FILK has been participating in numerous fire research programs on fire protection products and construction materials with the accumulated technologies based on years of testing practices and experienced experts in the fire safety field. FILK is also trying to distribute its expertise earned from fire tests and researches to the general population through publications like a periodic Fire Protection Technology and various seminars on fire issues.
What is the USCG accepted laboratory
What is the USCG accepted laboratory?
FILK was accepted by USCG to conduct fire testing in accordance with IMO FTP Code Parts 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6 for its Type-Approval Certification in August 2002, the first among the fire laboratories in Asia and one of 14 laboratories approved by USCG worldwide.As a USCG accepted fire laboratory FILK, on behalf of USCG, conducts fire performance tests on the shipping items such as insulations, fire doors, bulkhead panels, ceilings, deck assemblies, interior finishes, etc., and monitors the quality control system of the manufacturers that are certified by USCG through FILK Follow-Up programs.
Disaster safety research work
FILK conducts advanced research to develop risk management techniques for various man-made and natural disasters, and to present underwriting criteria for special risks and new risks. Many safety organizations foreign and domestic are building a information network with FILK to form a database of latest technology to supply disaster data for disaster prevention professionals in each field.