GS marking

The GS mark is based on the certification introduced in 1977, which should ensure that a user and third parties use them in a manner that is intended and foreseeable (in the non-harmonized area, ie without a European requirement) and in compliance with European requirements (in the harmonized area) Damage to life and limb is protected. Currently, the GS mark is still the only regulated product safety mark in Europe.

According to § 20 ProdSG the following applies: A ready-to-use product may be marked with a GS mark if the mark has been awarded by a GS body at the request of the manufacturer or his authorized representative.

This does not apply if the ready-to-use product is labeled with the CE mark and the requirements for this CE marking are at least equivalent to those under § 21 (1).

Other test marks such as "ENEC", "VDE", "ÖVE", "TÜV tested" are test marks of private testing or certification bodies or agreements between test houses.

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