An induction stove is a modern and innovative kitchen appliance that has transformed the way we cook. Unlike traditional stoves that use gas or electric heating elements, an induction stove relies on electromagnetic induction to generate heat. Induction stoves are known for their safety features, as they do not produce an open flame, and the cooktop remains cool to the touch when not in use. This significantly reduces the risk of burns or accidental fires. They are also energy-efficient because they heat the cookware directly, resulting in minimal heat loss.
The ease of cleaning and maintenance, along with their sleek and modern design, has made induction stoves a popular choice in contemporary kitchens. While they require induction-compatible cookware, the advantages of speed, precision, safety, and energy efficiency have made induction stoves a preferred choice for both professional chefs and home cooks seeking a reliable and efficient cooking solution.
IS 302 (Part-2/Section-6): 2009 is an Indian Standard that specifies the safety requirements for induction stoves. Adherence to these standards minimizes the risk of electrical accidents and ensures the safety of users. Compliance with IS 302 (Part-2/Section-6): 2009 helps manufacturers meet these regulatory requirements, making their products legally compliant and safe for consumers. These standards ensure that these appliances are safe for consumer use, protecting users from potential hazards, such as electrical shocks, burns, or fire.
Note: Manufacturers of induction stoves are required to obtain the mandatory BIS/CRS Registration to launch their products in the Indian market.
BIS/CRS Registration ensures that induction stoves entering the Indian market are subjected to a thorough evaluation, confirming their compliance with stringent quality and safety standards set by the BIS. This registration offers assurance to consumers, manufacturers, and regulatory authorities that these induction stoves are not only safe and free from defects but also contribute to the availability of efficient and safe cooking appliances in the Indian market, promoting energy efficiency, ease of use, and culinary innovation while upholding necessary safety and quality standards.
Bureau of Indian Standards is a statutory body in India responsible for the formulation and implementation of standards to ensure the quality and safety of various products. Under the BIS framework, there exists a scheme called CRS (Compulsory Registration Scheme), which mandates that certain categories of products must undergo mandatory registration and comply with specified quality and safety standards before they can be sold in the Indian market. This scheme was established in 2012 and has since played a crucial role in enhancing product quality and safety in India by ensuring that items such as electronics, appliances and automotive components meet the necessary standards before they reach consumers. BIS/CRS Registration is vital for market access, as it is a legal requirement for selling the product in India. Failure to obtain this registration can result in confiscation of goods and legal consequences. Therefore, manufacturers and importers need to be diligent in ensuring their products meet the necessary criteria.
The list of documents required for BIS/CRS registration is as follows:
Follow the given steps to complete your BIS/CRS registration process:
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