Avebiom launches the website that manages the iBTc Certified Installer Seal

Certified biomass installer website

The Spanish Association of Energy Valuation of Biomass, Avebiom, you have activated the website that manages the Certified Thermal Biomass Installer Seal (iBTc), www.selloibtc.es, which allows biomass installers backed by quality and professionalism to be contacted with users and potential users who want the greatest guarantees of success in the operation of their facilities.

In this way, Avebiom closes the first phase of the implementation process of the iBTc Installer Seal, after its commissioning last May and after they have been incorporated the first certified installation companies.

Through this new website, certified companies have access to all the documentation they should know, from the objectives of the seal, the certification scheme, the Quality Charter, to the technical requirements and rates.

For their part, users can check the data of the certified companies and assess, if they wish, both their facilities and the companies that have intervened in them, recording their satisfaction.

The website also includes a module for request for quotes electronically to potential companies interested in each project. It is a form in four steps, fast, simple and very useful.

Currently, the companies that are already available on the web are: Calordom (Madrid), Gebio (Sevilla) and Calor Erbi (Castilla y León), “Although soon new companies will be incorporated, which are currently in the process of certification,” according to Juan Jesús Ramos, technical manager of the iBTc seal.

A differentiating element in the market

Javier Díaz, president of Avebiom, has highlighted the importance of the fact that “bet on offering the client quality guarantees and control of the facilities and power tell apart in the market at companies that professionally execute their work".

According to data from the Ministry of Industry, in Spain there are more than 30.000 companies trained to perform thermal installations in buildings (RITE), of which 27% have operated with biomass equipment, according to estimates of the National Biomass Observatory of Avebiom.