CCC: New Implementation Rules for Door Locks and Door Retention Systems18. February 2016
New Implementation Rules for Door Locks and Retention Systems (CNCA-C11-10: 2014) were issued by the CNCA in 2014 and made effective January 1, 2015. Initial CCC certifications that were done in 2015 have been certified to the new Implementation Rules.
Manufacturers who received their CCC prior to 2015 will be required make the necessary changes, and update to the new Implementation Rules before January 1, 2017.
The Chinese certification authorities have allowed a transitional period from January 1, 2015 through January 1, 2017 for changes to existing certificate holders.
The new implementation rules for door locks and door retention system (CNCA-C11-10: 2014) replaces the old regulations CNCA-02C-061: 2005. The underlying GB standard GB15086-2013 remains the same.
The update includes the following main points:
For spare parts the following documents have to be submitted:
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