How to get a labelling license
In order to get a labelling license, one representative product is selected for testing. This means that a line of products can have one common license based on a test performed on a so-called critical product (which is the product estimated as being most critical from an indoor climate point of view). Danish Indoor Climate Labelling chooses a product for testing in cooperation with the applicant. Material testing includes emission testing, sensory evaluation and particle testing (for ceiling products only)
Please contact Danish Indoor Climate Labelling for selection of material sample by mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +45 7220 2311 or +45 7220 2449
The applicant contacts a test laboratory once a representative product sample has been chosen. Please contact Danish Indoor Climate Labelling for a list of approved laboratories.
Danish Technological Institute can be contacted for laboratory testing by phone +45 7220 2173 or mail to Helene Bendstrup Klinke at email@example.com
Once the laboratory report is finished, it is forwarded to Danish Indoor Climate Labelling along with an official application. The report founds the base of the administrative work connected to the issuance of a labelling license. The laboratory report is the applicant’s property and is thus not automatically forwarded to DICL by the laboratory.
Forward the report to Amanda Helena Agergaard Bonnerup by mail firstname.lastname@example.org
When the documents are signed and the fee has been payed, DICL will issue a labelling license. A labelling license is valid for 5 years when paying an annual fee. DICL will contact the license holder annually prior to the renewal. If a license holder has more labelling licenses, a significant discount is provided.