Brazil certification is divided into INMETRO and ANATEL certification
INMETRO is Brazil's National Accreditation Body ( Acreditation Body ) and is responsible for the formulation of Brazilian national standards. Most of Brazil's product standards are based on IEC and ISO standards. Manufacturers who need to export products to Brazil should refer to these two standards when designing their products. All products that meet Brazilian standards and other technical requirements must be added with the mandatory INMETRO logo and the logo of an accredited third-party certification body in order to enter the Brazilian market.
· Steel pipe
· Cast iron pipe accessories
· Wire rope
· Auto and motorcycle tires, wheels, batteries, shock absorbers, fuel pumps, horns, engine pistons, piston rings, piston pins, snap rings, safety glass lights, auto parts
· Active medical equipment
· Circuit breaker
· Explosive live equipment used in the environment (explosion-proof certification)
· Gas system related equipment ( pressure reducing valve and rubber tube )
· Switches, plugs and sockets
· Electronic ballast (ballast)
· Wires and cables
· Regulator (voltage regulator)
· Household appliances
· IT equipment
INMETRO Certification Voluntary Category
· Industrial valve
· Building materials, etc.
INMETRO Certified Energy Efficiency Label
· Three-phase motor
· Photovoltaic modules, etc.
INMETRO certification process
2.ANATEL certification is a certification for telecommunications products .
Anatel certification is divided into compulsory and voluntary certification. The approval process is the same for Brazilian domestic and foreign products. If the product is subject to compulsory certification, the product test results and reports must be consistent with the rules and regulations adopted by ANATEL . Before the product is put into use, an authorization certificate issued by ANATEL is required .
Three types of telecommunications equipment require compulsory certification:
anatel certification type I
· Terminal equipment connected to the fixed switched telephone service ( FSTS ) network through endpoints;
· The private telecommunication network to connect to FSTS network equipment;
· Provide value-added services and for the purpose of FSTS connected network devices.
anatel certification type II
• Any equipment using radios not covered by Type I , such as low voltage installations, unauthorized equipment and antennas.
anatel certification type III
• Any equipment not covered by Type I or II subject to ANATEL's rules and regulations.
1. Analysis of product technical documents
2. Define product family, determine test product model
3. Initial factory audit (if applicable)
5. Laboratory evaluation (if applicable)
6. Witness test (if applicable)
7. Importer audit
8. Passed the test
9. Issue a certificate