Scheme I 

The Scheme I of BIS registration is perhaps the most well known. It’s the very scheme that introduced the concept of ISI mark. By putting the ISI mark on the products that come under this scheme, you inform your customers that these products adhere to the security standards of BIS.

Scheme I

Products that fall under Scheme I of BIS registration are as follows:

  1. Cements of any variety
  2. Household Electrical Goods
  3. Batteries
  4. Oil Pressure Stoves
  5. Automobile Accessories
  6. Cylinder, Valves and Regulator
  7. Medical Equipment
  8. Steel and Iron Products
  9. Electrical Transformers
  10. Electrical Motors
  11. Capacitors
  12. Chemicals & Fertilizers
  13. Kitchen Appliances
  14. Domestic Water Heaters for use with LPG
  15. Air Conditioner and its related Parts, Hermetic Compressor and Temperature Sensing Controls
  16. Plugs and Socket-Outlets and Alternating Current Direct Connected Static Prepayment Meters for Active Energy
  17. Domestic Gas Stoves for use with Liquefied Petroleum Gases
  18. Transparent Float Glass
  19. Domestic Pressure Cooker
  20. Cables
  21. Rubber Hose for Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)
  22. Aluminium Foil
  23. Toys
  24. Flat Transparent Sheet Glass
  25. Safety Glass
  26. Woven Sacks
  27. Butterfly Valves
  28. Reflectors for Bicycles
  29. Paper
  30. Cattle Feeds
  31. Automobile Wheel Rim Component
  32. Foot Wear
  33. Press Tool-Punches
  34. Helmet for riders of Two Wheeler Motor Vehicles
  35. Refrigerating Appliances
  36. Centrifugally cast (Spun) iron pipes
  37. Flux Cored (Tubular) Electrodes
  38. Sewing Machine

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