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ClassNK appoints TÜV Rheinland Japan’s Global Technology Assessment Center as Certified Laboratory
ClassNK is a leading nonprofit classification society with extensive experience in certifying products, materials and equipment for marine use and TÜV Rheinland is world renowned as a product safety testing and certification body. Product safety testing carried out by GTAC of TÜV Rheinland Japan is accredited by worldwide accreditation bodies like DAkkS and JNLA according to ISO/IEC17025.
Advances in technology and economic growth mean that more and more equipment are being designed for both on-shore and maritime installations. Manufacturers of this dual-use equipment face lengthy and costly testing and certification processes before their products can be placed on the market.
The appointment reduces the burden for manufacturers by streamlining the testing process and eliminating the need for a ClassNK representative to attend some testing for type approval certification of automatic devices and equipment for both on-shore and maritime installations. The scope of the appointment includes a number of environmental tests, such as dry heat tests, damp heat tests, vibration tests, cold tests, salt mist tests and EMC tests.
ClassNK’s Chairman and President Mr. Koichi Fujiwara said: “Through combining the know-how and experience of TÜV Rheinland and ClassNK, we aim to better serve our clients by providing greater efficiency in testing and certification whilst maintaining the same high standard of quality.”
TÜV Rheinland’s Executive Vice President Products Mr. Holger Kunz said “We are very glad about this appointment, which will bring significant cost and time saving to our clients seeking testing and certification for either on shore or on board products.”
ClassNK and TÜV Rheinland will continue to come together and further share their knowledge and experience in order to provide their clients with more convenient equipment testing and certification services.
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