The ENEC Mark is a common European mark developed by CENELEC and accepted across Europe.
The ENEC Mark awarded by AENOR is a mark of conformity with European Standards that is typically used to determine electrical safety
The ENEC product certification from AENOR contributes added value to the products it covers, distinguishing them from the rest and facilitating their introduction into European markets.
AENOR has accreditation from the National Accreditation Body (ENAC) to certify in accordance with European standards applicable to ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS, defined in its scope of accreditation. AENOR is also authorised to issue certificates under the ENEC mark for this equipment, and their requirements cover other European marks of quality, whilst conforming with those of other certifications around the world.
The ENEC Mark is a symbol of product quality and safety, backed by an independent third-party leader in certification.
With more than 17,000 issued certificates, the ENEC Mark is recognised by public and private companies, making commercialisation possible throughout a large part of the world.
For the ENEC certification, the manufacturer voluntarily submits its product to a complete examination by independent specialist organisations with the goal of objectively ensuring that the product meets the established quality requirements: compliance with corresponding standards and periodic inspections of production centres.
The ENEC Mark is a guarantee of compliance with the CE Mark; in this case regarding electrical safety.
The ENEC certification is the benchmark for products and companies with a prestigious reputation.
The ENEC Mark is a guarantee informing society that a product works and is safe. Many customers and markets in Europe already trust in the Mark.
Everything is easier with the ENEC certification from AENOR
Guarantees compliance with public and private requirements
The certification process consists primarily of:
Once the organisation passes the process, it obtains:
Marking confidence in the lighting sector
The globalisation of the lighting sector and the technological revolution it has undergone in recent years
International recognition of testing
Simplifies the acquisition of conformity marks from international certification entities
Notification of test results
Enables organisations to obtain conformity marks from European certification bodies
AENOR <HAR> Mark
Electrical cables safety
<HAR> European Mark for isolated electrical cables in accordance with European standards and harmonisation documents