HALLMARKING CENTER CONSULTANT

HALLMARKING

Hallmarking is the accurate determination and official recording of the proportionate content of precious metal in the jewelry/artifacts or bullion/coins.

CONSUMER PROTECTION

Consumers should buy Hallmarked Jewellery from BIS registered jewelers. As per Government norms.

OPPORTUNITY

As per the guidelines provided by the Government of India, the Hallmarking of Jewellery is set to be compulsory, the demand for Hallmarking is high. This provides a great opportunity for New Hallmarking centers.

XRF MACHINE

XRF machine, laser marking, microbalance, and 150+ laboratory Machinery and Equipment are required, Sri Rounak Jewellery Equipment is the one-stop solution for setting up the hallmarking center hassle-free.

HALLMARKING  STANDARDS

The Indian hallmarking standard on gold hallmarking IS 1417:2016 and silver hallmarking IS 2112: 2014 specify the following grades.

Standards Of Hallmark:

14 CARAT GOLD

18 CARAT GOLD

22 CARAT GOLD

800 Silver

835 Silver

900 silver

925 Silver

970 Silver

990 Silver

WHY SRJE?

Sri Rounak Jewellery Equipments is continually proven to be an industry leader for high quality/guaranteed product/service in the following ways:
                  We have solid 20+ years of experience in the field. That the brand trust ensures your investment in very safe and secure hands.
                  Our core strength is in the Quality of the Products and Services provided.
                  We Promise Hassel-free Hallmarking Setup for your future  Endeavor.

         For more clarity go through FAQ Below Or Call Us @ +91 98418 01414

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    FAQ`S

    1.What is the process of hallmarking?

                       The process of gold hallmarking involves three steps: homogeneity testing, purity testing, and marking individual items. Homogeneity testing samples the items to ensure that they adhere to the basic regulatory standards. Purity testing is a little complex process.

    2. How do I get Hallmark certified?

                          The procedure of Obtaining Registration.  A jeweller desirous to sell Hallmarked gold jewellery/artefacts is required to obtain a registration form BIS for any particular premises of a sales outlet. After the grant of a licence, the jeweller has to follow the terms and conditions mentioned in the agreement. CORPORATE LICENCE.

    3. What is the procedure for Gold coin hallmarking?

                         For hallmarking of gold bullion and coins of fineness 995 and 999 parts per thousand a refinery or a mint obtains a license and applies hallmark during the manufacturing.

    4. What is the duration of the Hallmark setup process?

                        Generally, it will take 3 to 4 months, a contingency period of 15 to 20 days may be allotted due to Covid times.

    5. What are the major machines and equipment needed for Hallmark setup?

                        XRF machine, laser marking, micro balance and 150+ laboratory Machinery and Equipment are required, but no need to worry, Sri Rounak Jewellery Equipment is the one-stop solution for all, setting up the hallmarking centre in Chennai is hassle-free.

    6. Is Hallmarking set-up is beneficial for business?

                          As per the guidelines provided by the Government of India, the Hallmarking of Jewellery is set to be compulsory, the demand for Hallmarking is historically high. All the gold ornaments must be hallmarked with the BIS logo and until 2020 hallmark is a voluntary activity, so only 950+ hallmark centres are in the nation. This provides a competitive advantage in the business.

    7. Is hallmarking compulsory for Gold and Silver?

                        Yes, hallmarking in India is available for the jewellery of only two metals—gold and silver. However, a certain category of jewellery and items will be exempted from the mandatory requirement of hallmarking.

    8. What is the complete hallmarking centre project cost?

                           Setting up a complete hallmarking centre may cost anywhere from 60 to 80 Lakhs.
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