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Is POVERKA certificate is applicable for thermal relief valve to use in Russian federation? 14.07.2018
17.07.2018

Dear Sir, please refer to the Russian Federal Law No. 102 of 26.06.2008 On Assurance of Measurement Uniformity. Kind regards

Hello, Could you please explain the difference between "Poverka", "Primary Calibration Certificate", First Verification Certificate" and "Inicial Calibration - LCC" Thank you 07.04.2018
10.04.2018
Dear Sir, we recommend you to contact your National Metrology Center. Kind regards
Kindly Note Mr Italo Rizzi is not working anymore in this Company. I do not have your answer. Kindly answer to my question Thanks in advance 29.03.2018
29.03.2018
Please contact our office to get the answer (045 5116646). Kind regards
BESIDES PROVIDING TR-CU AND RTN PERMIT OF USE, ARE YOU ALSO ABLE TO PROVIDE AN APPLICANT IN RUSSIAN TERRITORY? TO UNDERSTAND OUR PRODUCT RANGE FOR WHICH WE NEED THE WHOLE PROCESS OF EXPORT IN RUSSIA TO BE HANDLED PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE www.rizzieng.com AWAITING FOR YOUR KIND FEEDBACK 27.03.2018
29.03.2018

Dear Sir, we already gave you (Mr. Italo Rizzi) the answer during our meeting at your office in 2013. Please, do not hesitate to contact us for further information. Kind regards

The device is a class II device. We comply with the MDD directive. IEC 60601-1 and IEC 60601-2-4. 16.03.2018
19.03.2018

Hello, the IFU in Russian language is enough since you are not a Russian manufacturer to mark the nameplate/label in Russian as well. Kind regards

We have a distributor that is telling us our product labels need to be in the Russian language. Does the manufacturer need to supply device labels in Russian? I can understand having the IFU in Russian, but the product labels needing translation is not something I have heard of before. 15.03.2018
16.03.2018

Hello, please clarify the product type and/or the applicable EU directive (if any) and/or the product standard (EN, DIN, IEC, GOST, etc.). Kind regards

We are supplying measuring instruments to a client in Russia. My question is: Can the client obtain proverka certification for the instruments when the instruments are on site in Russia, OR do the instruments need to be certified at point of manufacture before delivery to Russia? 16.01.2018
02.02.2018

Hello,
the Poverka certification can be done when the instruments are on site in Russia.
Kind regards

I would like to know if Povenka is applicable only for process measure instruments or also for instruments that are used for monitoring the mechanical status of a machinery (for predictive maintenance)and are part of the mechanical equipment (fans, pumps, compressors...). For example, vibration and temperature of bearings Thak you 14.11.2017
02.02.2018

Dear Sir!
The Poverka can be mandatory (see chapter 8 of OIML D 3) or voluntary, in this case it's normally called calibration.
The mandatory Poverka is required for legal measurement instruments (see chapter 2.5 of OIML D 1) and its periodicity is specified in the Pattern Approval certificate. In case of the voluntary Poverka or Calibration, the information on such requirements should be specified in the instrument user's manual.
Considering the above mentioned, if the "Instruments that are used for monitoring the mechanical status of a machinery (for predictive maintenance) and are part of the mechanical equipment (fans, pumps, compressors...). For example, vibration and temperature of bearings" are the measuring instruments (see chapter 3.1.4 of OIML D 1:2012) they can be subject to the mandatory or voluntary Poverka (Calibration).
Kind regards

Is pattern certificate required for valves. if "yes" then why. If "No" then why 28.08.2017
02.02.2018

Hello,
if you mean Pipeline Valves the answer is NO.
If "no" then why: THE PIPELINE VALVES ARE NOT A MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS.
Kind regards

Is it required to get a special permit to import medical device samples not intended for human use and not intended to be sold? If no import permit required, is there any special labelling needed? The samples will be used for training and demonstration to customers. Thank you. 09.08.2017
10.08.2017

Hello, in your case the import permit and/or any special labelling are not required.
We also inform you that according to Article 7, point 5, of the Russian Federal Law of 13.03.2006 No. 38-FZ "Law on Advertising" it is prohibited to advertise goods subject to state registration which have not been registered. Kind regards

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