The Hydronit QMS is effectively monitored with support of 30 statistical indicators that are representative of all company processes and for which goals are set to be achieved each year.
Hydronit is able to supply customized systems in compliance with Atex standards and to develop solutions that include product certifications with third parties (eg Rina, DNV, UL …).
The ISO 9001 certification of the Hydronit quality management system can be downloaded here
The quality policy of Hydronit is oriented towards continuous improvement of its products, its design and production processes.
In line with the requirements of the recent UNI EN ISO 9001:2015 standard, the organization has adopted a risk assessment and risk management scheme, aimed at reducing any risk factor that may affect the product and customer service in its totality.
Hydronit policy is to build customer loyalty through effective support in the customization of the hydraulic system and through reduced delivery times, thanks to flexible assembly and testing lines.
The strengths of our quality system are deployed through an effective communication and information infrastructure based on advanced PDM/PLM (Product Data Management/Product Lifecycle Management) and ERP/MRP (Enterprise Resource Planning/Material Resource Planning) technological platforms. The above is supported by an effective internal policy of training and motivation for all Hydronit staff.
Hydronit quality policy 2021-2022 can be downloaded here
Maintain and continuously improve the performance of the Company Quality Management System in order to ensure that the needs, expectations and requirements of customers are met and exceeded, while safeguarding the interests of the company.
To excel, in a world market in rapid technological evolution and strong competition, with products and services chosen and appreciated by customers for their quality, reliability, price, performance, efficiency and look.
The Hydronit headquarters in Varedo-Italy have been designed and built to minimize energy consumption and the use of fossil fuels, thanks to the hyperinsulation of the structure, mostly through the use of natural materials such as wood fiber and cork, and an high efficiency heat pump for air conditioning and heating.
This requires only 7.4 kWh/m3/year for winter heating and 3.2 kWh/m3/year for summer cooling. To complement these choices, we have put into operation a photovoltaic field of 60 x 230W panels that produce electric energy for the offices and for our production lines, minimizing our impact on the planet.
Thermal solar panels heat the water used in the building.