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 08 nov 2017 10:00 

CEMA launches new “Inspection Seal” for Agricultural Sprayers


Ahead of the upcoming AGRITECHNICA fair in Hannover (12-18 November), the world’s largest exhibition for farm machinery, CEMA has launched a new ‘Inspection Seal’ for agricultural sprayers. When placed on a sprayer, the Inspection Seal indicates that the machine:

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• has undergone strict in-house quality checks during production;
• is in full conformity with all the latest EU safety & environmental requirements; and
• is ready for use in all EU markets, without additional inspection tests.

The Inspection Seal helps customers to save time and money: when seeing the Seal on a sprayer, they can rest assured that the machine – if properly used and maintained – will pass the in-use inspection (EN ISO 16122), thereby effectively eliminating the need for additional end-checks.

Dr. Peter Hloben, Chairman of CEMA’s Working Group on Agricultural Sprayers, said: “This is an important initiative which will benefit both customers and producers of sprayers. At CEMA, we strongly believe that an inspection-system based on our own quality assurance protocols is the most efficient and cost-effective way forward. We very much hope that the Inspection Seal will meet with wide-spread acceptance by EU Member States.”



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