|Symbol||Classification||What Does It Mean?|
|BSI Kitemark||The BS Kitemark means that the item has been tested to a standard. In the case of Mobile Steps, BS EN 131-7:2013 would be covered under this. ANY APPROVED TESTING HOUSE can test to that standard using the guide from BS EN 131-7:2013.|
|CE Mark||CE Marking means that the manufacturer of the goods declares that the product complies with all of the 'essential requirements' &/or performance levels for CE Marking & can be sold throughout the European Economic Area (EEA).
There is no legal requirement for CE Marking on these products and any product of similar design bearing the mark does not necessarily mean that the product meets your own country's health and safety requirements.
|GS Mark||The GS Mark is typically found on household goods, white goods, toys, office & I.T equipment. Products with the GS Mark indicate that the item was tested & complies with the minimum requirements of the German Product Safety Act (a.k.a. ProdSG).|
|Symbol||Classification||Duty Raiting (Kg)||Maximum Static
Vertical Load (Kg)
|BS 2037 Class 1||130||175||INDUSTRIAL : Heavy Duty Use
Wooden & Aluminium Static Steps.
|BS EN 131
(Previously Class 2)
|115||150||INDUSTRIAL : Light Trade Use
|BS 2037 Class 3||95||125||DOMESTIC: Light-duty Use|