British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC)

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Presley House, Presley Way, Crownhill, Milton Keynes, MK8 0ES, United Kingdom
Phone: ++44 (0) 1908 267300

BASEC is an independent accredited certification body for the cable industry worldwide. Operating independently for over 45 years, BASEC is a global leader in cable testing and certification services for power, energy, data/signal cables and ancillary products, alongside quality management systems. The BASEC mark is trusted for quality, clarity and impartiality.

We conduct high quality, rigorous and regular testing across a range of sectors that supply and install cable, all to the relevant Standards and Regulations. Seeing the BASEC mark gives complete assurance to cable manufacturers, wholesalers, specifiers, purchasers and installers alike.

BASEC certifies all types of cable, wire and ancillary products, and provides Quality Management Systems Certification specific to those operating in the cable sector. For more information, help or advice, please contact us.

BASEC's teams of highly skilled engineers, technicians and auditors possess extensive in-depth commercial, industrial and technical experience. As a result, BASEC has a reputation for professional and rigorous assessment processes which ultimately lead to the issuing of our highly respected product certifications and test reports.

In addition, BASEC offers a number of supporting services for cable makers, traders and users, including management system certification, bespoke type testing, impartial investigation of conformity issues and testing and reporting in the event of disputes. Furthermore, Certificates of Assessed Design are available for innovative cable products.

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