Microwave ovens are kitchen appliances that swiftly and effectively heat, cook, or reheat food using electromagnetic radiation in the microwave frequency range, which is typically approximately 2.45 gigahertz. These ovens operate by releasing microwave radiation, which is absorbed by the food's carbohydrates, lipids, and water molecules. This vibration of the molecules produces heat. The meal is subsequently heated or cooked from the inside out by this heat. Because of its ability to cook and prepare food quickly, conveniently, and energy-efficiently, microwave ovens are an essential part of contemporary kitchens. They are adaptable appliances for a variety of culinary activities since they have a control panel that lets users adjust the power level and cooking duration. Because they are convenient to use and can save a lot of time, microwave ovens are frequently seen in homes, workplaces, and commercial kitchens.
The global microwave oven market was valued at $8,547.20 million in 2020 and is projected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.6% between 2022 and 2031, reaching $15,587.10 million.
All manufacturers of microwave ovens need BIS CRS registration before selling their products to the Indian market.
According to IS 302-2-25:2014*, microwave ovens are covered under the BIS CRS Registration Scheme. By virtue of this registration, consumers' safety and regulatory compliance are guaranteed, since the microwave ovens are guaranteed to meet the quality and safety criteria required by the Indian authorities.
The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) in India is responsible for awarding BIS Registration. 2012 saw the launch of the Compulsory Registration Scheme (CRS) by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). Testing, assessment, and adherence to technical specifications are all part of the BIS CRS registration procedure, which aims to guarantee the quality and safety of electronic goods meant for Indian customers.
Here is a list of essential documents necessary for BIS CRS Registration:
The process for BIS CRS registration of Microwave Ovens - IS 302-2-25:2014* - differs according to the manufacturing unit's location and the basic requirements of the Indian BIS Certification. There are differences in the BIS CRS registration procedure for foreign and domestic (Indian) manufacturers.??9To learn more about the detailed procedure of BIS CRS Registration, click here.
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