Our sealing method and quality system was adapted to meet the rigid requirements of the offshore industry.
MCT Brattberg is assessed and certified by DNV, in accordance with the Quality and Environment Management system standard EN ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS for the design, manufacture and supply of fire barrier and sealed transit systems associated with cable and pipe routes in building and marine environments. As a direct result of this achievement, quality and environmental assessments are carried out by DNV twice annually.
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Our products are tested and certified by a long
list of customers, laboratories and certification organizations.
ABS, American Bureau of Shipping - Canadian Coast Guard - Bureau Veritas China Classification Society Australian Maritime Safety Authority - DNV, Det Norske Veritas Korean Register of Shipping - Lloyds’ Register of Shipping - Nippon Kaiji Kyokai Polski Rejestr Statków - Germanischer Lloyd - Swedish Adm. of Shipping and Navigation Croatian Register of Shipping - RINA, Registro Italiano Navale Russian Maritime Register - US Coast Guard - US Navy - Underwriters Laboratories Inc. Underwriters Laboratories of Canada
MCT Brattberg is also certified according to MED, Marine Equipment Directive (via Lloyds’ Register of Shipping) Please consult MCT Brattberg for latest updated certificates and approvals.
Every product in our system is manufactured according to a tried and tested quality control system that is fully documented. To test the quality of our welding, we carry out both destructive and non-destructive testing. Read more about our welding manufacturing.
As part of our efforts in testing the safety of MCT Brattberg products, we have fire-testing facilities located at our head office in Karlskrona, Sweden. These facilities are used primarily for four purposes:
MCT Brattberg endeavourers to protect people and property through the design, development and manufacture of high-performance cable and pipe transits.See more
A ship’s structure is subject to constant and varying motions due to wave action and propulsion. Furthermore, it may expand and contract when subject to temperature variation.See more
MCT Brattberg´s origins reach back to 1759, a time when Lyckeåborg, in southern Sweden was designated the site for the construction of a copper hammer.See more