EEA Quality Requirements, how do they work?

It is important to have a good understanding of the intent and the scope of the EEA Quality Requirements. The EEA Quality Requirements are the necessary requirements for the enamel layer of enamelled products. A simple example illustrates the implication of this statement: An enamelled washing machine, displaying the EEA label does not necessarily wash properly. The EEA label guarantees that the enamel layer fulfils certain requirements, like colour fastness, scratch resistance, adherence, corrosion resistance and resistance against detergent solutions, necessary to clean laundry. Therefore it is important to realise that the EEA label only covers the enamel layer.



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