Safety Certifications

 

Are electrical certifications important when purchasing a sauna?

 

Yes, they are very important. Electrical certification assures you that the sauna has been tested to meet safety and performance standards. For most consumers, electrical certification is taken for granted. Oftentimes, many consumers do not even think about or look to see if a product they are about to purchase displays a safety agency mark. But, without a safety agency listing, there is no proof that a product passes electrical and safety standards.

 

Sunlighten's products have been tested and approved by the following safety agencies: 

APEX Environmental Consultants

 

Solocarbon has been tested and approved by APEX Environmental Consultants.

ETL AND ETL-C Safety Certified

 

The ETL Listed Mark is proof of product compliance (electrical, gas and other safety standards) to North American safety standards. Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ’s) in 50 states and Canada and retailers accept the ETL Listed Mark as proof of product safety. 

 

CE Certified

 

The CE Mark is a requirement for products sold to the European Market. The CE Mark identifies a product as complying with the health and safety requirements spelled out in European legislation and is mandatory for equipment operating in the European Union (EU). 

GS Mark

 

The GS Mark is recognized throughout Germany and EU countries as symbol of safety. The GS mark also assures end users that the product has been independently tested by an authorized third party (Intertek) for safety. 

C-Tick Certified

 

Before a product covered by the EMC regulatory arrangements can be sold in Australia, it must be tested to applicable standards and labeled. The label comprises a C-Tick mark and a unique supplier identification. The C-Tick mark is intended for use on products that comply with EMC standards. The C-Tick mark is a certification trademark registered to the ACA by the Trademarks Office and is used in accordance with conditions laid down by the ACA (Australian Communications Authority).