Tests on household electrical equipment
Tests on household electrical equipment such as plugs, socket-outlets, switches and other verify their functionality and electrical safety eliminating electrical hazards.
Tests on household electrical equipment carried out at ceis comply with requirements established on national (UNE), European (EN) and international (IEC, ISO) standards on electrical safety.
ceis among others tested on residual current operated circuit breakers, circuit breakers for overcurrent protection, power/energy control switch (PCS), pipes for electrical installations, grounding electrodes, enclosures (degrees of protection: IP codes, IK), sockets-outlets, plugs, adpators and europlugs.
Tests on household electrical equipment carried out by ceis are recognised by the bodies participating in the International Electrotechnical Commission (IECEE/CB Scheme and CCA) and it is a reference laboratory for the awarding and monitoring of the AENOR Mark for household electrical equipment.
ceis is accredited by ENAC in conformity with standard UNE/EN/ISO/IEC 17025 to carry out tests on household electrical equipment (Technical Annex of Scope) and is a Notified Body recognised by the Ministry of Industry regarding the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/ECC.
Our staff has the technical ability and experience to provide you with advice at all times regarding the tests on household electrical equipment necessary for the assessment according to their different uses.