1. China – $34.4 million
2. Germany – $8.6 million
3. Italy – $5.5 million
4. Turkey – $3.3 million
5. South Korea – $2.2 million
6. United Arab Emirates – $1.4 million
7. Belarus – $1.3 million
8. Spain – $1.2 million
9. Czechia – $0.9 million
10 .Poland – $0.8 million
In Russia, the Technical Regulation on the Safety of Equipment Intended for Use in Buildings and Structures (TR EAEU 044/2017) applies to faucets intended for use in buildings and structures. The regulation sets out the safety requirements that faucets must comply with in order to be placed on the Russian market.
To register faucets in Russia, an applicant must submit a set of documents to a conformity assessment body accredited by the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology (Rosstandart). The required documents typically include:
1. Technical documentation, including drawings, specifications, and test reports
2. A copy of the manufacturer’s quality management system certificate
3. A copy of the applicant’s company registration documents
4. A copy of the contract with the accredited conformity assessment body
5. Other documents as required by the conformity assessment body.
The conformity assessment body will review the documents and conduct testing if necessary to ensure that the faucets meet the requirements of TR EAEU 044/2017. If the faucets meet the requirements, the conformity assessment body will issue a certificate of conformity, which is required for the faucets to be placed on the Russian market.
1. Grohe (German)
2. Hansgrohe (German)
3. Kohler (American)
4. Lemark (Russian)
4. BUILD URAL
In Russia, the packaging of faucets must comply with the requirements of the Technical Regulation on the Safety of Packaging (TR EAEU 005/2011), which sets out the safety and environmental requirements for packaging used in the country. The regulation applies to all types of packaging, including those used for faucets.
The packaging of faucets should be designed to protect the product from damage during transportation and storage, as well as to ensure that the product is easily identified and handled. The packaging materials used should be safe for human health and the environment, and should be able to withstand the conditions of transportation and storage.
The Russian faucet market was valued at approximately USD 350 million in 2018. The report also estimated that the market would grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of around 5% between 2019 and 2024.
Factors driving the growth of the faucet market in Russia include increasing urbanization, rising disposable incomes, and growing awareness of the importance of water conservation and sustainability. Additionally, the increasing availability of innovative and technologically advanced faucets is also expected to drive demand in the market.
The price of faucets in the Russian market can vary widely depending on the brand, materials, design, and features of the faucet. However, as a rough estimate, the price range for faucets in the Russian market is typically between 1,000 and 50,000 Russian rubles, which is equivalent to approximately 14 to 680 US dollars.