Quality Promise

Whether its the decks‘ slip-resistance, suitability as a toy, resistance against wood-destroying fungi or fire – we offer you highest quality. That is why we subject our products constantly to quality checks and stress tests. Find out more about our qualifications and download are current test reports.

Certificates and Awards

Member of DGNB – German Sustainable Building Council
With our membership in the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB), NATURinFORM underlines its commitment to climate protection. The DGNB is Europe’s largest network for sustainable building and has been working since 2007 for demonstrably climate-friendly buildings, liveable neighbourhoods, in short for a sustainable built environment. The aim is to transform the construction and real estate market towards an appropriate understanding of quality as the basis for responsible, sustainable action. Find out more

PEFC-certified: HW-PEFC-CoC-0286-18
HW-Zert GmbH, notified by PEFC Deutschland e. V. , has confirms that NATURinFORM GmbH uses a company monitoring system that conforms with the Chain-of-Custody-Requirements for PEFC programmes for the Endorsement of Forest Certification according to the standard PEFC ST 2002:2020 in the currently valid version (see also www.pefc.org).

Member of the Qualitätsgemeinschaft Holzwerkstoffe e.V. Gießen
As a member of the Qualitätsgemeinschaft Holzwerkstoffe e.V. Gießen, NATURinFORM GmbH is a driver for secured quality production. The resulting high demands thereof are tested internally on a daily basis, and regularly also at external testing institutes with extremely good results. Our wood composite material quality consists to 100 % of German wood fibres with the PEFC- certification and the pure polymer used is freshly produced PE. Find out more

Environmental product declaration according to ISO 14025 and EN 15804
EPD from the Institut Bauern und Umwelt e.V. (IBU). ‘Together with the VHI we are committed to sustainable building from EPDs for WPC patio decks and WPC facade elements at the IBU‘ (Verband der Deutschen Holzwerkstoffindustrie e. V.). Find out more

Climate-neutral company
The TÜV NORD thereby confirms that ´on the basis of the calculated carbon footprint, the verified amount of CO2 emissions is compensated by appropriate certificates (Climate Change Standard TN-CC 020). Therefore NATURinFORM is permitted to use the TÜV NORD stamp ‚Climate-neutral company‘.

Inspectorate approval
The German Institute for Building Technology in Berlin (DIBt) awarded general building inspectorate approval (No. Z-10.9-484) for the first time for patio decks made of a wood composite material without this being based on a surface laid in the composite!

Resistency inspection against wood-destroying fungi
Durability Class 1 (very durable)
In the area process engineering wood materials at the Fraunhofer-Institut for wood research Wilhelm-Klauditz- Institut WKI, Braunschweig, in February 2012 the resistancy of our wood composite decks were tested in accordance to DIN/TS 15534-1 (2007) or DIN ENV 12038 (2002) respectively. The evaluation took place according to testing wood (DIN CEN/TS 15083-1) with the result – Durability Class 1 – very durable.

Evaluation non-slippery –
DIN 51130 and DIN 51097
Our brushed deck surfaces are especially non-slippery – even when wet – and therefore very suitable for public areas (swimming pools, kindergardens, hotel patios, etc.). Some decks were tested at the TÜV Rheinland/LGA. You can find the individual test results according to DIN 51130 on the respective product pages.

Test ‚Safety of Toys Part 3: Migration of specific elements‘
DIN EN 71-3:1994
The Fraunhofer-Institut for wood research at the Wilhem-Klauditz- Institut WKI, Braunschweig, tested COMPACT in February 2013 for ‚Safety of toys‘. The test report confirms that the tested material is within the limits for ‚Safety for Toys – Part 3: Migration of specific elements‘ according to DIN EN 71-3:1994

Evaluation fire behaviour – Class E
The ift Rosenheim GmbH tested POPULAR for its fire behaviour according to DIN EN 13501-1 with the result Class E. This is very comparable to wood.