What is it?
In 2015, the GOST certification for Eurasian Customs Unit was replaced by the EAC (Eurasian Conformity) certification. The certification process has become more straightforward, partly because it's now consistent with the European Union's CE marking.
However, there are still many questions that exporting manufacturers ask:
- Is pressurised equipment manufactured according to an internationally accepted code, such as ASME, accepted?
- Which documents, technical specifications or customs formalities are required and to whom should they be submitted?
- Which documents must be included in the technical passport that has to be sent with the product?
- Who can prepare those documents in local languages?
The process for applying for the EAC certificate may vary depending on the type of product. An EAC certificate is issued following an appropriate inspection according to a Eurasian Customs Union Technical Regulation, or CU TR.
What we do
LRQA can help make the EAC certification process as smooth as possible:
- We can act as agent of the manufacturer and maintain contacts with the local certification authority.
- We take care of the technical approval of your product in the first step, similar to EU Directive approvals. For example:
- CU TR 010 - Machine safety;
- CU TR 032 - Pressure Equipment (local form of PED);
- CU TR 012 - EX (explosion hazardous), similar to ATEX / IECEx - the former GOST EX;
- CU TR 004 - LVE (Low Voltage);
- CU TR 020 - EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility).
- There is no need for duplicate work.
Download our Eurasian Conformity (EAC) Certification Process Datasheet
For manufacturers exporting to Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia, download this datasheet to gain an understanding on the EAC certification process as well as the top 5 most frequently used guidelines for industrial manufacturers.