SAUTER Facts, the customer magazine of the SAUTER Group, informs you twice a year about technical developments, international market activities and interesting reference objects.
Our BTL-certified products are:
Our eu.bac-certified products are:
As one of the first eu.bac members, SAUTER is among the pioneers of eu.bac system certification. The company is certified to train eu.bac system auditors. The company’s own auditors certifiy buildings all over Europe. The manufacture-independent system certification is based on a scientifically-proven approach, on European standard EN 15232 and on a standardised process. This gives the customer security and a means of making comparisons.
The three (room) automation stations of the SAUTER EY-modulo family of systems received the certificate for the AS-A profile of the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Working Party of National, Regional and Local Authorities (AMEV). The AMEV certificate is decisive on the German market, especially for the public tender offers of state and municipal administrations. It gives the customer a guarantee that the product fulfils the detailed requirements for its use on the German market. The current AMEV recommendation combines the BACnet 2007 recommendation and the existing recommendations, and also takes DIN EN ISO 16484-5 into account.
The relationships to standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 are regulated.
The quality management applies to the whole SAUTER Group.
Work safety and health protection: our employees can rely on this.
IQNet Certificate (ISO 9001:2015 / ISO 14001:2015 / ISO 45001:2018)
IQNet Certificate (PDF)
Quality, environment and occupational safety
Quality, Environmental and Occupational Safety Policy of the SAUTER Group
RoHS / REACH / WEEE
Explanation of European Directives 2011/65/EU and 2015/863/EU (RoHS2), 1907/2006/EG (REACH) and 2012/19/EU (WEEE2)
Declaration on the extension of the Candidate List for substances of very high concern (SVHC)
Statement about the use of “conflict minerals” with reference to Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Act
SAUTER wishes to create sustainable added value for its customers, employees, shareholders and business partners. SAUTER wants to be publicly perceived as a company that takes its corporate responsibilities seriously. Competitive strength and commercial success are the product of decisiveness, responsibility, credibility, respect and business practices that are unconditionally above-board. These principles determine our conduct, they are the yardsticks against which we measure our employees and business partners.
The SAUTER code of conduct contains the parameters we apply to our relationships with business partners and public officials; it determines how we work together and with others. The code of conduct defines what SAUTER expects of its employees. Compliance is required and enforced. Persons failing to comply will be penalised and may be subject to criminal prosecution.
We are convinced that commercial success can only be sustainably achieved if it is obtained through means and methods that satisfy high ethical and moral principles. In this spirit the following rules shall be the key to our company’s long-term success.
SAUTER Code of Conduct (PDF)