Kehua Testing Center has successfully obtained the Laboratory Accreditation Certificate issued by CNAS. This shows that Kehua Testing Center has world-class testing and calibration capabilities, and its authority and credibility have been recognized all over the world. This also indicates that Kehua has taken a solid step in ensuring the product quality and new product R&D and design level, which help to improve the company’s overall competitiveness and provide customers with more advanced products and services.
Currently, Kehua Testing Center can carry out performance and environmental testing on the products of uninterruptible power supply, electric vehicle charging equipment, grid-connected solar inverter, energy storage converter etc.
Kehua is a key national torch plan project undertaker, a national key high-tech enterprise, a nationally recognized enterprise technology center and a national technological innovation demonstration enterprise. The company has first-class power electronics R&D development center and UPS testing center in China, including R&D and design office, medium power lab, high power lab, superpower lab, environmental lab, safety lab, EMC lab, etc.
What is CNAS?
CNAS is the abbreviation of China National Accreditation Service for Conformity Assessment. It was established and authorized by the National Certification and Accreditation Administration in accordance with the provisions of the “Regulations on Certification and Accreditation of the People’s Republic of China”. CNAS is responsible for the accreditation of certification bodies, laboratories, inspection agencies and other related institutions.
At the same time, CNAS is also an official member of the International Accreditation Forum (IAF), International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC), Asia Pacific Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (APLAC) and Pacific Accreditation Cooperation (PAC). The test results accredited by CNAS are recognized by 55 authoritative institutions in 41 countries including Britain, the United States, Germany, Australia, and Japan with important international influence.