BIS Certification for Shot Firing Cables (for use other than in shafts)

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BIS Certification for Shot Firing Cables (for use other than in shafts)

Product Description

The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) created the ISI Certification (BIS) for Shot Firing Cables (IS 5950:1984) as a critical quality standard to guarantee the manufacturing, chemical, and physical criteria of Shot Firing Cables for usage other than in shafts. 

BIS Certification for Shot Firing Cables (for use other than in shafts) IS 5950: 1984

Introduction:

The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) created the ISI Certification (BIS) for Shot Firing Cables (IS 5950:1984) as a critical quality standard to guarantee the manufacturing, chemical, and physical criteria of Shot Firing Cables for usage other than in shafts. 

These wires are important for almost all industrial purposes, the most critical of which is the ignition of dangerous chemicals using a safe process. Factory owners have to apply for certification of their products by the Bureau of Indian Standards, which was formed under the BIS Act, of 1986.

MANDATORY TESTING

In accordance with IS 5950:1984, without any doubt, shot-firing cables have to be evolved through a rigid testing procedure that defines various kinds of factors to provide the product with the best quality and safety.

The tests include:

  1. Cu Purity Test: Verifying the purity of the copper used in the cables using the Cu Purity Test.

  2. Annealing Test: Confirming the efficiency of the annealing procedure used in the production of cables.

  3. Conductor Resistance Test: This test determines the cable conductors' electrical resistance.

  4. Insulation and Sheath Thickness: Assessing the thickness of the inner and outer sheath layers as well as the insulation.

  5. Tests for Tensile Strength and Elongation: Assessing the cables' mechanical strength.

  6. Mass of Zinc Coating: Relevant to cables that have a zinc coating, provided that the mass is as stated.

  7. Resistivity of Steel Wire: Measuring the resistivity of steel wire used in the cables.

  8. Flammability, Hot Deformation, Heat Shock: Assessing the cable's behavior under various temperature conditions.

  9. Shrinkage and Other Tests: Examining additional parameters to ensure overall cable quality.

BIS Documents For Domestic and Foreign Manufacturer Checklist

BIS ISI Registration for Simplified Process

BIS ISI Mark Certification Costing And Timeline

ISI Mark Certification Timeline and costing

Note: foreign applications will be submitted through an offline process only. we can only check the grant of CML no on the BIS portal for foreign applications

Conclusion:

Obtaining ISI Certification for Shot Firing Cables (IS 5950:1984) is a calculated risk as well as a legal need for manufacturers, not for exporter exporters and importers. Complying with BIS rules required testing, and strict quality criteria are all part of the certification process. Manufacturer support is greatly aided by EVTL Private Limited's efficient paperwork, pre-visit planning, and BIS audit assistance.

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