The Implementation Rule for Motorcycle Engine CQC-C1103-2014 “Mandatory Product Certification Implementation Rules Motorcycle Engine” has been revised. This revision is valid for all CCC-Certifications and CCC-Certification applications for the categories 1102 and 1103.
Among others the revision includes the following aspects:
GB 14622-2016 and GB 18176-2016 are the current valid standards and should apply to all valid CCC-Certificates as well as to all new applications. Meaning, that involving exhaust pollutants type test (including fuel evaporation pollutants) are based accordingly on GB 14622-2016 and GB 18176-2016:
GB 14622-2016 Limits and measurement methods for emissions from motorcycles (China 4)
GB 18176-2016 Limits and measurement methods for emissions of pollutants from mopeds (China 4)
In GB 18176-2016 Limits and measurement methods for emissions from pollutants from mopeds (China 4) as well as in GB 14622-2016 Limits and measurement methods for emissions from motorcycles (China 4), limit values and measurement methods of exhaust gas and evaporation pollutants in motorcycles as well as the Emission requirements, the durability and technical specifications of the OBD system. Furthermore, requirements for the product tests as well as the verification methods and conformity of the production (Conformity of Production) are determined.
Both GB Standards are part of Chinas Emission Standard China 4. Since the introduction of the guideline “National Stage I Emission Standard” in 2001, China’s emission standards have been developing over the past 15 years rapidly. The current emission standard China IV was already implemented throughout the country while China V is already being enforced in key areas. From 2018 China V will implemented throughout the country and from 2020 China VI. More strict emission standards should reduce more than 90% carbon emissions and thus promote the technical development in the automobile industry.
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