Why does Lloyd’s Type Approval matter when it comes to Shield’s Hose?

December 30th, 2014 by SeaStar | 1 Comment |

Type Approval from Lloyd’s Register (LR) proves that a product conforms to recognized industry quality standards and/or the LR Rules, through a process of independent design review, testing and verification of production controls.

There are two main steps to Type Approval. The first is Type Examination. Design data is submitted and reviewed to ensure it complies with the requirements of the specified standard(s) and/or LR rules. Then, samples of the product are tested to verify they meet the testing requirements of the relevant standards and any performance requirements associated with the product.

The second main step in the Type Approval process is Production Quality Assurance. This is performed to ensure the product (when mass produced) will be of an acceptable quality and will conform to the version that was prototype tested. Production controls are inspected to confirm that the product can be manufactured in accordance with the design data.

Once Type Approval is achieved, a Certificate is issued and is typically valid for 5 years. The product is then entered in the relevant part of the Lloyd’s Register List of Type Approval Products.

Why does this matter to you? It matters because this certification ensures you that our vendors and suppliers are capable of providing the highest quality product possible. You can trust your boat with Sierra.

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One Response to “Why does Lloyd’s Type Approval matter when it comes to Shield’s Hose?”

  1. jo seong hwan says:

    dear
    my name is DSH Jo from Korea.
    I have import your goods via Westmarine but class inspectior ask for CERT copy.

    pls send your marinew hose cert copy soon. your promp reply will be thanks.

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