Though products by Trumer share their core objective of providing safety in the simplest way possible, it does not mean the process of achieving safety is simple. The innovation and success behind Trumer’s products are the result of hard work from a multi-disciplinary team, including construction professionals, experts in steel fabrication and the wire and wire rope industries, engineers and geologists. Products are guided through from the research and development stages to production and ultimately the marketplace by the team, following strict quality assurance and management protocols. Trumer carries the ISO 9001 certification and is an active industry partner helping to bring higher standards to the industry through participation on committees and associations such as the Austrian Standards Institute, ASTM International and the Association of Geohazard Professionals. As such, you can be assured the representatives from Trumer are at the forefront of the geohazard industry.
Safety without Compromise
Being a leader in safety requires much more than meeting standards on paper. It requires a full understanding of natural hazards and the limitations of standardized testing. It requires extensive experience of the application and performance of geohazard mitigation strategies. It requires an uncompromising approach to testing. At Trumer, our job does not end when a product has been successfully tested. In fact, it is just the beginning.
For example, standardized testing of rockfall catchment fences cannot fully represent how a system will react to natural events. Trumer does not design systems to pass a simplified test, but instead to exceed the requirements in every way we can. We do this because the cost of failure is incalculable.
Safety through Transparency
Trumer’s commitment to safety is demonstrated by our transparency. We engineer our products to be as safe as we can and so we have nothing to hide. Throughout this website you will find extensive access to details of our systems and how they are tested, including photos and videos of actual tests whenever possible.
Please note photo documentation of tested systems was only introduced with ETAG 27 testing guidelines, so some visual information is not available for older systems.