Butyl rubber and polycarbonate were chosen as the base components for production, as they are particularly suitable for use in construction and industrial environments. Initially, the production mainly involved electrical distribution panels and isolation and/or safety transformers, either portable or wall-mounted, essential to ensure a high standard of safety in critical industrial environments. These particular products were immediately appreciated in the market for their extreme practicality, increased safety, and longer durability.
From 1994 to 1998, the CSI (MI) successfully conducted tests as per CEI 20-37/1-2-3 standards on raw material (rubber) in case of induced combustion. These certifications allowed for the development of products suitable for installation and use in public spaces, public entertainment areas, and tunnels.
In 1995, tests were conducted for CE marking according to European Directives CEE 73-23 and CEE 93-68, updated to the current LVD Directive 2014/35/EU. During those years, certification was acquired in accordance with the Standard (EN 60439-4) for the construction of ACS-type electrical panels for use in construction and/or demolition sites. In 2015, type tests were repeated for the certification of panel boards according to the updates introduced by the new regulations:
Assembled Equipment for Protection and Control for Low Voltage (LV panels) Part 1: General Rules
Assembled Equipment for Protection and Control for Low Voltage (LV panels) Part 2: Power Switchboards
Assembled Equipment for Protection and Control for Low Voltage (LV panels) Part 4: Specific Requirements for Construction Site Boards (ACS)
Continuing the work begun, an essential step was achieving ISO 9002 quality certification, obtained on 15/11/02 (Certifying Body C.S.Q.), which was converted on 14/11/2003 to ISO 9001:2000. On 06/03/2017, the quality system was updated to ISO 9001:2015.