CE Marking Certification

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What is CE marking

CE is the abbreviation of French words “Conformité Européene” which means “European Conformity”. CE marking introduced for the purpose of making trade easier and creates Trust among Consumers.

It represents that a manufacturer ascertains that their manufactured goods complies to the minimum legal requirements for health and safety.

In following countries CE Marking is compulsory:

United Kingdom, Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Finland, Norway, Netherlands, Greece, Switzerland, Poland, Ireland, Belgium, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Spain, Hungary,  Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Latvia, Slovenia, Lithuania, Estonia, Luxembourg, Malta, Turkey.

Benefits of CE Marking

Your product can move around 30 European countries freely without restriction

Consumer understand the products that they are consuming is safe

Only one set of requirements and procedure t comply for their products

Product no longer adapted some requirements of various Countries in the EEA.

How to obtain CE Marking (Simple 7 steps)

  • Step 1: Identify the Directive (Standard Number) that outfits your product.
  • Step 2: Understand the Essential Requirements as required by the Directives.
  • Step 3: Testing and Certification from Third Party Laboratory / Organisation.
  • Step 4: Undergo the process of Conformity assessment modules (Eight different modules).
  • Step 5: Submission of Technical Documents.
  • Step 6: Certification.
  • Step 7: Affix the CE Marking with Declaration.

General principles of CE Marking

CE Marking can be affixed only the Manufacurer or Authorised representative.

CE marking can be affixed only in the products which is authorised by the Certification body

By affixing the CE Mark, the manufacturer is responsible for all the conformities relating to the product

The CE marking service is restricting the improper usages of the mark which is registered

Product Categories That Require CE Marking

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89/106/EEC, 93/68/EEC Construction Products
2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility
2006/42/EC Machinery
2006/95/EC Low Voltage
2009/105/EC, (ex. 87/404/EEC) Simple Pressure Vessels
2009/125/EC Ecodesign for Energy-related Products
2000/14/EC Noise Emission for Outdoor Equipment
2000/9/EC Cableway Installations to Carry Persons
2004/22/EC Measuring Instruments
2007/23/EC Pyrotechnic Articles
2009/48/EC 88/378/EEC, 93/68/EEC Toy Safety
2009/23/EC (ex. 90/384/EEC) Non-automatic Weighing Instruments
2009/142/EC (ex 90/396/EEC) Appliances Burning Gaseous Fuels
92/42/EEC, 93/68/EEC, 2004/8/EC, 2005/32/EC Hot-water Boilers (liquid or gaseous fuels)
93/15/EEC Explosives for Civil Uses
93/42/EEC, 98/79/EC, 2000/70/EC, 2001/104/EC, Medical Devices
90/385/EEC, 93/42/EEC, 93/68/EEC, 2007/47/EC Active Implantable Medical Devices
98/79/EC In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices
94/9/EC Equipment Explosive Atmospheres
94/25/EC, 2003/44/EC Recreational Craft
95/16/EC Lifts
97/23/EC Pressure Equipment
99/5/EC Radio Equipment and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment

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