Gas Product Certification Guidelines
Anyone considering lodging an application to have their Gas Product certified should read these Guidelines for Certification first.
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This document is intended as a guide to the AGA Certification Scheme process. It should be read in conjunction with the Rules Governing the AGA Product Certification Scheme for Type Tested Gas Product.
If, in addition to gas, you wish your product to be certified to electrical and/or Watermark requirements you will need to download the documentation for those categories too.
NB: VIABILITY ASSESSMENT BEFORE APPLICATION LODGED
For customers requiring an indicative cost of laboratory testing prior to deciding whether or not a specific project is commercially viable, AGA now offers a fee for service solution. Customers just need provide whatever technical and other relevant documentation they can for the specific product and formally request that AGA provide this service. AGA will then (based upon the limited information received) discuss with relevant laboratories to develop an indicative testing cost. The time spent by AGA will be charged to the Customer at the appropriate member/non-member administrative rate as listed in the current fee schedule. Please note that any such laboratory test costs are additional to AGA fees for lodged Applications; any fee for service charges are separate from any AGA fees relating to a subsequenetly lodged Application (ie do not count as part of the required Application fees); and AGA cannot guarantee that actual laboratory testing costs will be the same as or similar to the indicative charges provided to the Customer.