Certificates

PRODUCT CERTIFICATES

  • UL 857
    UL 857 is primarily a manufacturing and testing standard and was established for use on busways with ratings of 600 V or less and 6000 A or less. The two NEMA Standards, BU 1.1 and 1.2, develop recommended installation and operation procedures and recommendations.

  • UL Greenguard
    GREENGUARD Certification helps manufacturers create--and helps buyers identify--interior products and materials that have low chemical emissions, improving the quality of the air in which the products are used.

  • IECEE 61439-6 – CB SCHEME
    IEC 61439-6 lays down the definitions and states the service conditions, construction requirements, technical characteristics, and verification requirements for low voltage busbar trunking system.

    The CB Scheme is a vast international arrangement established the by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) for mutual acceptance of test reports among participating certification organizations in the field of electrical and electronic equipment.

  • Fire Tests
    • Resistance to Flame Propagation
      • IEC 60332-3
    • Verification of Fire Resistance in Building
      • ISO 834
      • DIN 4102-9
      • EN-1363-1
      • EN-1366-3
    • Circuit Integrity Under Fire Conditions
      • IEC 60331
      • BS 8491
      • BS 6397
      • DIN 4102-12


  • Seismic Tests
    • Test Procedure For Seismic Qualification Of Electrical Equipment
      • UBC 1997
      • IEC 60068-3-3
      • IEC 60068-2-57
      • IEC 60980

  • Tin Whisker
    Tin whisker growth is a phenomenon mainly related to pure bright tin (Sn) terminal finishes. The whiskers may cause short circuit between the electrical terminals, therefore actions to prevent whisker growing should be undertaken.

  • KEMA KEUR
    KEMA-KEUR offers all the market parties the assurance that end products or components have been manufactured in accordance with the prevailing international standards. If you mark your products with the KEMA-KEUR logo the entire chain - from producer to consumer - can see at a glance that an electrical product is safe, thus creating distinctive value in the market for your products.

  • IEC 60068 Environmental Tests
    IEC 60068 is a collection of methods for environmental testing of electronic equipment, components and electromechanical products to assess their ability to perform and survive under conditions such as transportation, storage, operational environments, extreme cold and heat.

  • ROHS
    The Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive 2002/95/EC, short for Directive on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, was adopted in February 2003 by the European Union. 

  • Halogen Free
    The halogen-free material is a material that does not contain a group of halogen elements (fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine, and astat). These fire elements release substances that are toxic to humans in the form of toxic fumes but also cause corrosion of metals. Halogen-free plastics are safer, and products from them are particularly convenient to collection and escape routes (public spaces, railway stations, theaters, cinemas, shopping centers, etc.).

  • CPR
    The new European Construction Products Regulations (CPR) is a unique turning point to enhance the level of safety by ensuring reliable information on construction products in relation to their fire performances.

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