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  • Security Certification

    The paramount consideration in product certification is security. This encompasses thorough testing and evaluation of factors such as the product's service life, resistance to wind pressure, impact resistance, and emergency escape capabilities. Evaluating wind pressure resistance involves subjecting the product to simulations of extreme weather conditions to assess its stability and reliability. Impact resistance requirements entail simulating vehicle impacts to ensure that the product can withstand such forces without sustaining serious structural damage or posing a risk of injury. Furthermore, the product's ability to quickly open in emergencies is crucial for ensuring effective escape performance.

  • Reliability Certification

    Certification for reliability emphasizes the endurance and robustness of your product. This entails conducting tests on various aspects such as the product's repetitive opening and closing capabilities, fatigue resistance, and corrosion resistance. Evaluating the repetitive switching performance ensures the product's stability during daily use, guarding against malfunctions resulting from frequent operation. Fatigue resistance testing assesses the structural stability of the product under prolonged stress conditions. Furthermore, corrosion resistance testing examines the product's ability to withstand environmental factors that may cause deterioration during use.

  • Environmental Certification

    As environmental awareness continues to grow, there is increasing focus on the environmental performance of products. Environmental certification primarily assesses whether environmentally friendly materials are utilized in the product's manufacturing process and examines the environmental impact post-disposal. Products crafted from eco-friendly materials contribute to reducing environmental pollution during production and facilitate more efficient recycling processes after being discarded.

  • Fire Certification

    Fire certification prioritizes the evaluation of a product's performance under fire conditions. This involves testing key aspects such as the product's fire resistance duration, thermal conductivity, and smoke production. Products that have obtained fire certification offer sufficient time and space for safe evacuation and fire rescue during fire emergencies.

  • Noise Certification

    Noise certification aims to verify that the noise emitted by the product during operation falls within acceptable thresholds. Testing primarily occurs while the product is in operation, detecting any noise generated to ensure it remains within permissible levels and does not contribute to noise pollution in the surrounding environment or disturb residents.

  • Electrical Safety Certification

    For products incorporating electrical systems, obtaining electrical safety certification is essential. This entails conducting a thorough assessment of the product's electrical system, encompassing evaluations of electrical insulation, overload protection, short-circuit protection, and more. Achieving electrical safety certification assures users of the product's adherence to safety standards, thereby ensuring safe electrical operation and minimizing the risk of accidents.

  • Appearance Quality Certification

    Appearance quality certification places emphasis on the visual appeal and aesthetics of your product. This encompasses evaluations of factors such as color, gloss, and surface flatness to verify conformity with design specifications and aesthetic benchmarks. Products that achieve high exterior quality contribute to elevating the overall image and value of the building structure.

  • Compatibility Certification

    Compatibility certification guarantees the product's interoperability with other devices or systems. This includes conducting assessments on gate control systems, security systems, and similar components to ensure seamless integration and enhance overall usability and safety.