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CE Marking (under Following directives):


o Safety of toys

o Construction products (CPR)

o Personal protective equipment (Regulation)

o Hot-water boilers

o Medical devices

o Lifts

o Pressure equipment

o Transportable pressure equipment

o Noise emission in the environment by equipment for use outdoors

o Cableway installations designed to carry persons

o Electromagnetic compatibility

o Machinery

o Low voltage directive

o Simple pressure vessels

o Appliances burning gaseous fuels



Any electrical, mechanical or electro-mechanical product bearing the GS Mark indicates that it was tested and complies with the minimum requirements of the German Equipment and Product Safety Act (a.k.a. GPSG). The GS Mark, which stands for Geprüfte Sicherheit in German and means Safety Tested, is a licensed mark of the German government and may only be issued by an accredited product safety testing and certification agency.



Certification of conformity in the Russian Federation is conducted pursuant to Act 184 of 27 December 2002, as amended by the so-called Technical Regulation Act, an amendment thereof dated 9 May 2005. The conditions for certification are determined by the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology of the Russian Federation. For products with obligatory certification it is necessary to submit the GOST-R certificate of conformity to the customs authority of the Russian Federation already prior to the entry of the goods in the territory of the Russian Federation. An overview of products determined for obligatory certification within the GOST R system is part of the so-called Nomenclature of Products and Services of Obligatory Certification in the Russian Federation, whose updated version is available at SZU. The system of voluntary certification within the GOST-R system concerns those products which are not determined for obligatory certification by the above-mentioned nomenclature. The GOST-R certificate declares conformity of products with relevant technical rules and standards of the Russian Federation.


The Directive on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment 2002/95/EC commonly referred to as the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive or RoHS was adopted in February 2003 by the European Union. The RoHS directive took effect on 1 July 2006, and is required to be enforced and become law in each member state. This directive restricts the use of six hazardous materials in the manufacture of various types of electronic and electrical equipment.