Renewed Lloyd’s Register type approval for Tele Radio TIGER G2
Blg • Posted on January 31, 2020 at 11:14 am
The renewed Type Approval from Lloyd’s Register (LR) demonstrates that the Tele Radio TIGER G2 radio remote control system conforms to recognised industry quality standards, International Conventions and/or the LR Rules for another 5 years.
Certifications are always valid for a certain amount of time. The classification must always be performed by using the latest testing technology. The LR Type Approval provides, manufacturers within the marine, offshore and shipping industry, the confidence that the Tele Radio TIGER G2 system is capable of providing the certified standard of product components, that their project requires.
Lloyds Register is the world’s largest insurance company in this area and classifieds all kinds of systems and their components, like radio remote controls that can be used at sea. It is very important for Tele Radio, as manufacturer of radio remote controlled systems, to have this certificate. Many customers and interested parties that operate in the shipping industry, expect that manufacturers of radio remote controls have these certificates and require this document.
Without a valid certificate, radio remote control cannot be used. The LR Type approval is accepted worldwide.
Tele Radio develops, manufactures and markets safe radio control systems for industrial use. With more than 60 years of experience we have solid knowledge and experience of radio control systems. It is our mission is to provide end-to-end product solutions, technologies and services in the field of wireless equipment control and machine communication, where reliability and safety are the key decisive factors. Tele Radio has been delivering radio remote controlled systems, for AIDA cruise ships, container ships, large rescue ships, luxury yachts and platforms, for many years.
Lloyd’s Register started out in 1760 as a marine classification society. Today, they are one of the world’s leading providers of professional services for engineering and technology. Their main goal is to improve the safety and to increase the performance of critical infrastructures for clients in over 75 countries worldwide.
Lloyd’s Register is a Notified Body (NoBo) according to EU guidelines: it is an independent inspection institute recognized by a government.