Quality system


From 2004, UTW successfully implemented the quality management system meeting the requirements of the international standard ISO 9001.

ISO certification of Quality Management System is the world’s basic indicator ensuring that the company’s products comply with the international standards.

Today, the company’s Quality Management System corresponds to the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 standard which is annually confirmed by the British Standards Institution (BSI).

This certification testifies that UTW meets all applicable requirements set forth by international standards. The certificate of conformity is a necessary condition for successful competition on the power engineering market as well as for participation in tenders.

Smooth process execution in line with the Quality Management System allows for continuous improvements in resource efficiency and product quality. 

Scope of certification of UTW ‘s Quality Management System includes:

JSC UTW keeps records within Quality Management System in order to ensure the implementation ofQuality Policy and achievement ofQuality Objectives.

The primary purpose of the Quality Policy is:

increasing market share and market expansion through process improvement and manufacturing of new types of co-generation and condensing turbines in order to meet the requirements of the customers to the fullest extent both in domestic and foreign markets.

Primary objectives: 

Implementation of this policy is aimed to ensure the leading position of Ural Turbine Works JSC in steam and gas turbine building industry.

The company’s top-management intends to fully comply with the stated quality policy and encourages all company staff to follow the same objective.

Certificate of Conformity of the Customs Union 

The certificate of Conformity of the Customs Union is a document which guarantees that quality of the concerned products complies with the requirements specified in technical regulation ТР ТС 010/2011. This document was approved by the countries being the members of the Customs Union and allows forduty-free sale of a stipulated group of products in the territory of the Union; with regard to Russia — the territory of three previously related countries: Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russian Federation.