Peikko believes in manufacturing its products by itself. Thanks to in-house manufacturing, we are able to ensure quality as well as flexible, fast deliveries. For Peikko it is important to store the right products close to the customers. Optimized production and logistics ensure cost efficiency.
Peikko has production units in China, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Slovakia, Russia, and the United Arab Emirates. In addition to these, Peikko also has production activities in the USA.
Note! All product-related documents, such as Technical Approvals and Declarations of Performance (DOP), can be found under each specific product.
Peikko’s operations are based on localized and reliable customer service, excellence in R&D and manufacturing. This includes good co-operation with customers, other stakeholders, and within society. Our overall aim is to consistently deliver high quality and to work in an environmentally aware manner. Peikko Group's Quality and Environmental Policy
Peikko is committed to constantly improving the health and safety of our employees, customers, and contractors. We aim to excel in occupational health and safety and to achieve accident-free operations. This is accomplished by focusing on our way of working – by putting safety first. Peikko Group's Health and Safety Policy
CE marking means that a product is produced and controlled in accordance with a harmonized European standard (hEN) or a European Technical Approval/Assessment (ETA). ETAs can be used as basis for CE marking in cases where no harmonized EN standard is available. However, ETAs are voluntary and not required by EU directives or legislation.
Manufacturers may use CE marking to declare that their construction products meet harmonized European standards or have been granted ETA Approvals. These documents define the properties the products must have in order to be granted the right to use CE marking, and they also describe how the manufacture of these products is supervised and tested.
Peikko produces composite structures and concrete connections. These products are affected by different CE marking regulations according to the Construction Products Regulation (EU) No. 305/2011 and the EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC. Currently there is no comprehensive and clear interpretation of these directives. Therefore, the way the regulations are implemented may vary by country.
Only CE-marked products are to be used in construction in Europe if the products in question can be granted CE marking. However, many construction products are not covered by harmonized European standards (hEN) or European Technical Approval/Assessment (ETA). Therefore, no CE marking can be required for these products.
An Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) is a document providing information about the environmental impact of a product during its entire life cycle. It is also known by the formal name Type III Environmental Declaration.
The environmental performance of products is based on the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). LCAs give an overview of the environmental impacts of products. Sustainability is easy to evaluate when you have all competent product information in the same format.
Peikko Group Environmental Product Declarations are:
EPDs are created according to European standard EN 15804 “Sustainability of construction works. Environmental product declarations” and international standard ISO 14025 “Environmental labels and declarations.”
Peikko’s environmental declarations are primarily intended for use in business-to-business communication.
Life cycle assessment in these EPDs complies with standards EN 15804 “Sustainability of construction works. Environmental product declarations,” EN ISO 14040 “Environmental management. Life cycle assessment. Principles and framework,” and EN ISO 14044 “Environmental management. Life cycle assessment. Requirements and guidelines.”
Environmental Product Declarations are
Peikko’s EPDs are internally verified by Bionova Ltd.
Third-party verification of EPDs is a standard requirement only for business-to-consumer communication as well as for ISO 14025 compliancy.
Peikko’s EPDs are published on Peikko’s website at www.peikko.com and in Bionova Ltd’s cloud service at www.360optimi.com, where they can be used as components to evaluate their impact at the building level, for example, to demonstrate conformity with LEED v4's Building Life-Cycle Impact Reduction credits.
After third-party verification, EPDs are published in the official system operator’s web service.