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EurAsian Conformity (EAC) Ex Certification

We’ll help you gain a better understanding of the certifications required to gain access for Hazardous Locations products to the Customs Union territory.

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Streamline hazardous locations EurAsian Conformity (EAC) certification for Customs Union territory

UL helps simplify entry into global markets by bundling product testing and certification services to meet the requirements of a diverse market’s standards and regulations. Regardless of your location, UL can provide a single, streamlined process that helps reduce administrative and project management costs, accelerating your Global Market Access.

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EAC Ex Certification overview

Since Feb. 15, 2013, EurAsian Conformity (EAC) Ex certification is required in order to gain access for Hazardous Locations products to the Customs Union territory, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan. The EAC Ex certificate indicates compliance with the Customs Union Technical Regulation TP TC 012/2011 “on safety of equipment intended for use in explosive atmospheres.” We have a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in place with the Russian certification body, NANIO CCVE, for purposes of issuing EAC certificates. 

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