The Customer will have to choose the engineer, supervising engineer (gas supervisor) and installer (plumber) who will prepare the design of, and supervise and construct, the internal installation.
The design, supervision and construction of the internal installation must meet the requirements laid down in the “Technical Regulation for gas installations with an operating pressure of up to 500 mbar”, Ministerial Decision No Δ3/Α/οικ. 6598, Government Gazette, Series II, No 976/28.03.2012.
The file for each internal installation must indicate the personal customer code for each contract (HKASP) and must include the following:
Upon submission of the technical report for the internal installation, an inspection by the inspection engineer of EDA THESSALONIKI - THESSALIA will be scheduled in cooperation with the customer service office. The inspection engineer will carry out a site inspection and fill out the internal installation inspection form.
If the inspection engineer of the EDA THESSALONIKI - THESSALIA approves the internal installation, the customer or the supervising engineer may schedule its activation.
If the inspection engineer of EDA THESSALONIKI - THESSALIA does not approve the internal installation, the customer or the supervising engineer must make the necessary corrections and schedule a re-inspection.
Upon successful completion of the inspection, the customer or the supervising engineer for the internal installation may schedule its temporary activation for a 30-day period, to carry out operational tests and adjust the gas devices.
To obtain a Permanent Use License, as required by the Regulation, the customer must submit the following documents within 30 days of the date of temporary activation:
In the event of failure to submit the above documents within 30 days of the date of temporary activation of the installation, EDA THESSALONIKI - THESSALIA reserves the right to deactivate the installation. After all necessary documents are submitted, the reactivation of the interior installation may be scheduled. The reactivation costs will be included in the customer’s first bill.