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Check Your Fire Extinguishing Ball

Last updated: 6 May 2024  |  294 Views  | 

Check Your Fire Extinguishing Ball

Elide Fire Ball Pro Co., Ltd. would like to inform potential buyers that ELIDE FIRE extinguishing balls are industrial products and genuine "AUTOMATIC FIRE FIGHTING BALL" products. Transactions should be made through websites of legally appointed international trade representatives who distribute ELIDE FIRE extinguishing balls as industrial products. To prevent the purchase of counterfeit products, buyers must verify the products produced as genuine, manufactured by Elide Fire Ball Pro Co., Ltd., as follows:

1. Genuine products have a QR code on the side displaying the industrial standard mark and licensing information.

2. Genuine products have a QR Code for real-time counterfeit detection. If absent or unverifiable, the product is counterfeit.

3. Genuine products will display a batch number, production date, expiration date, and a unique random number on our QR code, reflecting data recorded and stored by our factory in the System Data.

To protect human and the environment or to prevent fraudulent acts, Elide Fire Ball Pro Co., Ltd., the manufacturer and trademark owner, produces AUTOMATIC FIRE FIGHTING BALL as genuine industrial products with standard number TIS.3413-2565. Packaging and measurement specifications (size, weight, etc.) are meticulously adhered to, avoiding deceitful practices. Consumers have a positive attitude towards the genuine ELIDE FIRE extinguishing balls, benefiting both consumers and thanking the Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI), the national standards organization of Thailand under the Ministry of Industry. TISI is a member of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), voluntarily developing industrial standards (TIS) for fire extinguishing balls, patented in the United States, the European Union, and other countries. These standards are perfectly aligned with the TRIPs Agreement and TBT Agreement, balancing without impeding innovation or preventing manufacturers from introducing new products or product formats, ultimately becoming an industrial standard to prevent fraudulent acts and protect human health and safety in line with GATT 1947's provisions referring to technical regulations and standards in Articles III, XI, and XX. The WTO member states' GATT committee also emphasizes this balance.