What does TÜV mean?
The TÜV, the abbreviation for Technischer
Überwachungsverein (Technical Monitoring Association)
evaluates, tests for efficacy and certifies the efficacy
and quality of products in numerous categories.
The TÜV Mark is important because an independent,
technically expert organization that does not have a
financial interest in the product's ultimate profitability,
determines whether foreseeable risks associated with
the product's use have been eliminated or minimized.
Once in the marketplace, a product must continue to
meet safety requirements in order to bear the TÜV
Mark or the mark will be removed by TÜV.
The TÜV Mark is a registered certification mark.
With offices worldwide, the TÜV is an independent
product-safety testing and certification organization.
The TÜV Marks may only be used on or in connection
with products certified by TÜV and under the terms
of written agreement with TÜV.
TÜV testing, certification and inspection uses
stringent internationally recognized standards while
using local experts. They are neutral and independent.
They orient themselves to relevant standards and meaningful
performance measures, and participate in developing
these worldwide. As an international service group,
they document the safety and quality of new and existing
products, systems and services. EngineCheckUp has undergone
strict and thorough testing for efficacy claims. The
TÜV mark on EngineCheckUp engine analysis indicates
recognition of the quality of the product, the results
obtained, and the claims made.