Polidomes makes every effort to be
certain our tents meet the highest
safety standards in all respects.
Polidomes tents follow PL-EN 13782, the
European Standard which specifies safety
requirements which need to be observed
at design, calculation, manufacture,
installation and maintenance, of mobile,
temporary installed tents with more than
50 m2 ground area.
However, as building and safety requirements do sometimes vary
worldwide, it is the customer's responsibility to check and inform us
of local regulations. Should modifications be required we are able to
adapt your tent to meet Your local building requirements. If changes
in a tent are necessary, this may result in a slight increase of price of
the final product.
For us, the importance
of safety cannot be
The beauty of geodesic architecture
is that the structural load is spread
across the entire spherical structure,
making them incredibly strong.
They are the only man-made
structure that actually gets
proportionally stronger as they
increase in size.
Geodomes are the strongest, lightest,
and most efficient means of
enclosing space yet devised by man
and are known for their ability to
withstand even the most severe
Short for German: Technischer Überwachungsverein, English: Technical Inspection Association) are internationally active, independent service companies from Germany and Austria that test, inspect and certify technical systems, facilities and objects of all kinds in order to minimize hazards and prevent damages. The TÜV companies are organized in the three large holdings TÜV Nord, TÜV Rheinland and TÜV SÜD (with TÜV Hessen) as well as the smaller independent TÜV Thüringen, TÜV Saarland and TÜV Austria.
The Geprüfte Sicherheit - Tested Safety or GS mark: is a voluntary certification mark for technical equipment. It indicates that the equipment meets German and, if available, European safety requirements for such devices. The main difference between GS and CE mark is that the compliance with the European safety requirements has been tested and certified by a state-approved independent body. CE marking, in contrast, is issued for the signing of a declaration that the product is in compliance with European legislation. The GS mark is based on the German Product Safety Act.
A CE Mark is a symbol that must be affixed to many products before they can be sold on the European market. The mark indicates that a product: Fulfills the requirements of relevant European product directives. Meets all the requirements of the relevant recognized European harmonized performance and safety standards.