Product Testing Product testing strongly depends on the product. The intended use of the product determines the way of testing. The Directive covers certain (harmonised) standards, which determine how the product should be produced / tested to meet the essential requirements of the Directive. If the harmonised standards do not cover all essential requirements, then the presumption […]
If you dispose of a series of models, with the same characteristics, one representative model may suffice, unless the Directives or standards state otherwise. If the products are not exactly the same, but can be regarded as similar products, one can certify based on a selection of models that are representative for the entire series.
Tests can be performed on location or in a controlled environment (laboratories). It depends on the product and the test.