WPK Austria - Inspection and test body

The WPK Austria GmbH is an inspection and test body accredited according to EN ISO/IEC 17020 and EN ISO/IEC 17025 by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Digitalization and Business Location (BMDW).

The inspection body carries out acceptances and recurring inspections of technical installations and their components such as ropeways, hydroelectric power plants, lifts, summer toboggan runs, flying constructions, pipelines (ÖNORM B5050) and fire alarm systems (TRVB 123 S).

The test body specialises in non-destructive material testing in all relevant areas of expertise (VT, MT, UT, PT, RT, HT) as well as the accompanying quality assurance for steel construction projects and steel structures, e.g. factory acceptance tests at suppliers or the assumption of external welding supervision and welder examinations.

Our Centre for technological safety supports private and public customers in the inspection of work equipment and technical installations (in accordance with §8 AM-VO), inspects sports, play, educational and leisure facilities and takes over the safety-related supervision by a safety specialist.

In addition, WPK Austria is also an accredited test centre of the Quality Association for Water Technology (GWT) as well as a Notified Body for ropeways according to EU Regulation (EU) 2016/424



WPK Austria – magnet-inductive rope testing

Cooperation at lofty heights

Last week the WPK Austria inspected the so-called cross ropes at the material ropeway Essener-Rostocker-Hütte of the DAV section Essen magnet-inductively together with…

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New Cooperation

WPK Austria and V.A.M. Innsbruck cooperation

WPK Austria and V.A.M. Innsbruck join forces

The accredited testing and inspection bodies V.A.M. Innsbruck and WPK Austria from Kaprun are now pooling their capacities…

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Quality assurance

WPK Austria – quality assurance

Production monitoring Butterfly valve KW Lutz

The Lutz power station of Vorarlberger illwerke vkw AG consists of the lower stage built in 1957/59 and the upper stage built in 1967.

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Extension of accreditation

Inspection of fire alarm systems according to TRVB 123 S

Inspection of fire alarm systems according to TRVB 123 S

Fire alarm systems must be inspected at least once a year in accordance with the Workplace…

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Review of acceleration simulator for FORD

Review of acceleration simulator for FORD

Under the motto #GoElectric, Ford presented its electrified range of vehicles at the IAA in Frankfurt.

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Our references

Your contact persons

Test/inspection body:

Ing. Johann Wallner
Mobil: +43(0) 664 4137711

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Ing. P.I. Stephan Obexer
Mobil: +43(0) 664 8587960

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Notified body:

Dr.-Ing. Mark Löhr
Mobil: +43(0) 664 8587961

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