The certification of cables with the AENOR Mark <HAR> is carried out according to the common European agreement for certifying harmonised cables (HAR Agreement), which AENOR signed.
The AENOR <HAR> Mark for cables is a common European framework for insulated cables in accordance with European Standards and Harmonisation documents.
This certification, issued by AENOR, is recognised by the other signatory bodies; currently there are 18 signatory countries of the HAR agreement.
To certify these products, AENOR is accredited by the National Accreditation Entity (ENAC) with accreditation no. 1/C-PR275 (you can check the valid scope accredited on the website of ENAC).
The HAR Mark is a symbol of quality and safety for electric cables, backed by an independent third party who is a leader in certification. AENOR's <HAR> Mark logo is recognised by public and private customers, promoting commercialisation in Europe. .
AENOR's <HAR> certification is not compulsory; the manufacturer subjects itself voluntarily to a complete examination of its product by independent entities and specialists, with the goal of objectively determining that the product meets the established quality and safety requirements.
AENOR's <HAR> certification is the benchmark for insulated cables in the domestic and European markets.
Any product that has been granted this mark is subject to different assessments and controls to ensure its compliance with corresponding standards and with the specific certification system common to all bodies within the HAR agreement.
AENOR's <HAR> Mark is a product guarantee demonstrating to society that the product is safe. Many clients and the European market already trust this Mark.
Everything is easier with the AENOR <HAR> certification:
A leading quality mark that adds prestige to your products and builds trust with your customers
AENOR's <HAR> certification provides access to numerous European markets
The certification process is as follows
An initial Inspection of production centres to ensure that they have the means and adequate controls for manufacture
Initial testing of the products in accordance with applicable standards in accredited laboratories.
All products with AENOR's <HAR> certification undergo sample taking and quarterly follow-up testing
Production centres are inspected at least once a year.
AENOR <HAR> product certificate
A licence to use the AENOR <HAR> product mark
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