TÜV Rheinland, the world leading third-party testing and certification organization, has awarded LONGi’s Product Centre Module Laboratory TMP accreditation, confirming its compliance with IEC 61215 and IEC 61730 international standards.
TMP is a certification allowing a manufacturer’s own laboratory resources to test products produced by the company itself, in accordance with the requirements of the certification standard. Using this method of testing avoids the cumbersome process of sending samples, especially for products that are bulky, difficult to transport and which have strict testing time requirements.
Dr. Lv Jun, Vice President of LONGi Solar, said: “The acquisition of TÜV Rheinland’s TMP laboratory accreditation is recognition of the testing ability and management level of LONGi’s R&D laboratory. As an industry-leading manufacturer of photovoltaic products, LONGi insists on adhering to the route of technological innovation, continuing to increase investment in R&D and creating high-performance products to maximize customer value. We hope to further strengthen our cooperation with TÜV Rheinland and continue to meet customer needs with high-quality products and services.”
“LONGi has made remarkable achievements through innovation to promote industrial upgrade. As a third-party testing and certification organization, TÜV Rheinland has always maintained a cooperative relationship with LONGi on many levels. This time we conducted a comprehensive and rigorous review of the management system, environment, personnel and equipment qualification of LONGi’s Product Centre Module Laboratory to confirm that it meets our requirements for external laboratory management standards. The acquisition of the TÜV Rheinland TMP laboratory accreditation proves that LONGi has reached a very high level in quality control and has become one of the industry’s leading manufacturing enterprises. We look forward to further strengthening technical exchanges with LONGi and will, as always, help the company to ensure good product quality and jointly promote the healthy development of the photovoltaic industry,” said Zou Chicheng, Vice President of TÜV Rheinland, Greater China.