Heritage Quality Assurance
Quality is the cornerstone of our business. Ensuring standards are adhered to from the beginning, stringent QC processes are put in place. Our highly trained and dedicated specialists ensure products are carefully inspected, meet project standards and specifications and adhere to customer’s requirements. Over the years, we have harness technologies and certifications that validate our high quality to deliver products of top-notch condition.
Guardtec - Antimicrobial Technology & Certification
The first antimicrobial tile protection in Singapore for a healthier environment.
Singapore Environmental Council – Green Label Certification
Combating environmental degradation requires a united effort between governmental legislation, industry makers and consumers. Whilst there may not have legislative requirement for tiles to be green labelled in many countries, we pride ourselves to be a environmentally responsible company. We produce sustainable products with minimum environmental impact by reducing waste and maximising resource efficiency. Our products use toxic-free ingredients and environmentally-friendly procedures and are certified by the Singapore Environmental Council as green products.
ISO13006:2012 – Ceramic tiles Definition, classification, characteristics and markings.
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of national standard bodies (ISO member bodies). Members come together to prepare the required industry and quality requirements and standards for different type of products. Each member body interest in a subject for which a technical committee has been established has the right to be represented on the committee.
For Ceramic Tiles, the standard is ISO13006 sets the minimum requirement in terms of quality – mechanical strength and properties, dimensional stability, surface quality, resistance to chemical properties, etc.
All our products are tested by recognised independent laboratory to conform and exceed the requirements of the ISO 13006:2012 requirements.