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ICAT Releases India's 1st BS VI Certificate In Two Wheeler Segment

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(ICAT) released India's first Certificate (TAC) for Bharat Stage - VI (BS - VI) norms for the two wheeler segment in today. The certificate was released and handed over by Director ICAT, to top officials of the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers).

Speaking on this occasion said that this is India's first certification in the two wheeler segment for the BS - VI norms that are the latest emission norms as notified by the He said that has taken many steps in providing assistance and support to the automotive industry for the development, optimization and calibration of engines and vehicles for complying with these upcoming emission norms.

Bharat Stage norms are the automotive emission norms which the automotive manufacturers have to comply to sell their vehicles in These norms are applicable to all two wheelers, three wheelers, fourwheelers and construction equipment vehicles.

To curb growing menace of air pollution through the vehicles emission, the has decided to leapfrog from the exiting BS - IV norms to the BS- VI, thereby skipping the BS - V norms, and to implement the BS - VI norms with effect from 1st April 2020.Only those vehicles will be sold and registered in India from 1st April 2020 onwards,which comply to these norms. The norms are stringent and at par with global standards.

Last year, issued the approval for BS -VI norms to M/s Eicher Commercial Vehicles for the Heavy Commercial Vehicle segment which was also the first in its segment in India.

is the testing and certification agency authorized by for providing testing and to the vehicle and in India and abroad. It has the latest equipment, facilities and capabilities to develop, validate, test and certify the engines and vehicles for the latest norms in the field of emission and many other facilities like crash lab, NVH lab, lab and test tracks.

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First Published: Tue, June 11 2019. 15:34 IST