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Turkish testing lab become partner CBTL for Nemko

 

 

 

 

In February, the Turkish lab CETEKNIK, which specializes in safety testing of gas and electrical appliances, was accepted as a CB Testing Laboratory in the category HOUS (household appliances) under the responsibility of Nemko Norway as the National Certification Body (NCB).

The full name of the company is CETEKNIK TEST VE BELGELENDİRME HIZMETLERI LTD.STI and it was established in the year 2000.

It is located centrally in Istanbul, which is the largest city in Turkey and situated at the Bosphorus strait, the true gateway between the Eastern and Western parts of the world.

There is a significant and still growing manufacturing industry for electrical appliances in Turkey, which Nemko will now be in a better position to serve.

Further information about CETEKNIK may be seen at www.ceteknik.com.

Nemko presently has a total of 22 accepted laboratories operating within the IECEE CB scheme. The detailed scope etc. for each lab can be seen at http://members.iecee.org/.

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