TR CU Certificates
TR CU Certificate / TC CU Declaration is an official document that permits products and equipment to enter the Customs Union (now the Eurasian Economic Union) market and to be sold within it. Countries that are the members of the Eurasian Economic Union are the Republic Armenia, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and the Russian FederationCertification of products according to the technical requirements of Customs Union is carried out by accredited certification bodies that are enlisted to the Unified Register of Certification Bodies and Test Laboratories (Centers) of the Customs Union
Most Common TR CU Certificates
This technical regulation extends to machines and equipment. Regulation establishes a minimum requirements safety of machines and equipment in the process of development (designing), manufacturing, installation, commissioning, operation, storage, transportation, marketing and disposal. TR CU 10 was created to protect human life or health, property, environment, animals life and health. Goal of TR CU 10 Certificate was to prevent actions that mislead consumers.
This technical regulation of the Customs Union (currently Eurasian Economic Union) applies to freight and passenger elevators used in shafts, on ships and other vessels, airplanes, platforms for exploration and drilling at sea, etc. and their safety devices, i.e. buffers, speed governors, locking devices, catches, etc.
Also known as (Fire Safety Certificate) The TR CU 012/2011 EAC was created for electrical devices, their components and to equipment not running on electrical power that operate in fire-hazardous environment (for example, mine shaft). European Union equivalent of this certificate is ATEX, but, unlike ATEX directive, the EAC TR CU 012/2011 does not apply to devices for medical use.
Old RTN Certification is responsible for specification for vessels for gases, liquefied gases dissolved under pressure and vapors. Specifications are set for a ratio of maximum allowable operating pressure to volume. Conformity certificate covers equipment, such as, boilers, pipelines, parts (assembly units) and its components designed to be accommodated on the equipment and to withstand the pressure.