Product Safety Testing Worldwide
CEU is the ideal partner to help electrical device manufacturers, importers and distributors obtain the fast and efficient product safety testing and certification needed to trade their products worldwide.
Our global network of accredited laboratories have extensive and diverse experience in the testing and certification of electrical products and components. We offer internationally-recognized third party product safety testing to demonstrate conformity to relevant national and international safety standards, supported by our independent ISO certification services.
CEU’s industry-leading engineers are able to support you through challenging compliance programs and advise on the best solution to your particular testing needs.
As a Notified Body, National Certification Body and Certified Body Test Laboratory for numerous international compliance programs, including IECEE, NTRL, CE Mark, and CEU has the breadth of technical experience and proven track record to deliver easy access to international markets.
- + Chemicals
- + Construction and Engineering
- + Energy and Commodities
- + Electricity
- + Government and Trade
- + Products and Retail
- + Transportation
- + Fire and Force Majeure
- + Assurance
- + Testing
- + Inspection
- + Certification
DESIGN FOR COMPLIANCE AND RELIABILITY
News, Safety Resources, Seminars
Helping you understand best practices in designing for compliance & reliability to help you develop, improve and maintain quality products, components and systems.
Regulations governing product compliance worldwide, evolve to ensure that products do not represent harm or hazards to users and will perform as intended according to applicable standards. Implementing practices that address compliance considerations throughout the design phase can minimize design errors, reduce time to market and reduce costs prior to product release.Read More...
Hazardous, Product Safety
The world of hazardous locations can be challenging to navigate as combustible dusts, flammable gases, mists or vapors can all contribute to potentially explosive atmospheres in the workplace. All equipment manufactured for use in explosive atmospheres must be suitably marked and there are many requirements that electrical equipment must comply with, not only before installation, but also while in use in potentially explosive atmospheres.Read More...
WHAT EVERY ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR NEEDS TO KNOW
Product Safety, Regulation
What is NFPA 790/791?
NFPA 790 - Standard for Competency of 3rd Party Field Evaluation Bodies NFPA 791 - Recommended Practice and Procedures for Unlabeled Electrical Equipment Evaluation were published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) in 2013. Together, NFPA 790 and 791 act as guidance documents for AHJs and offer a recommended framework for managing the evaluation and labeling process for uncertified electrical equipment.Read More...