What is CE Marking certification?
The CE marking scheme has been developed to support
a single European trade market with harmonized standards. This economic area,
where goods, capital, services and labor can move freely, requires a common
understanding. Based on the so-called , CE
marking became the mandatory European method by which conformity of certain
product groups with the essential requirements of these directives is identified.
CE Marking on a product is a manufacturer's declaration that the product
complies with the essential requirements of the relevant European health,
safety and environmental protection legislation, in practice by many of the
so-called Product Directives.
With the help of the conformity assessment procedures, the authorities can ascertain that the products that are placed on the market comply with the requirements as stated in the regulations of the directives. The CE marking is consequently largely for the benefit of the authorities. However, safe products are also necessary for the end user in the work or consumer environment.
Is CE marking is Obligatory?
CE marking is
obligatory for any product covered by one or more of the European technical
regulations requiring the affixing of the CE marking. Without the CE marking,
these products are not allowed to be placed or to be put into service in
Europe. In this regard, the CE marking sometimes is called a ‘trade passport’,
because like carrying a passport when entering a country, the CE Marking is
required for market access.
What is the need for CE marking?
The need of CE Marking, The European CE certification procedure has been mainly
set up to:
all varying national regulations for consumer and industrial products in
European Member States, so that the Single Market is encouraged;
about cost savings for producers;
the safety of products;
public bodies with a uniform procedure that can be checked.
If you want to trade in the EU, CE-marking is a mandatory
conformity mark required for a wide variety of products. CE-marking indicates
that your products comply with stringent EU product safety directives.
What is the use of CE certificate?
A manufacturer, who affixes CE marking to his
products, declares that the products are in conformity with all necessary
requirements (regulations and standards) and can be sold in the economic area.
CE Certificate secures two great advantages for the business world and
consumers. The business world acknowledges that products bearing CE marking can
be sold in the European Economic Area without facing any barriers, and
consumers feel assured that products they purchase meet all essential health,
safety and environmental requirements. It is the manufacturer's responsibility
to carry out conformity assessment of products, to prepare technical files, to
acquire CE marking where necessary, to draw up EU Declaration of Conformity,
and to affix CE marking to the products.
What are the benefits of CE certificate?
- Trade passport for the European marketplace:
- Manufacturer can freely
circulate their product throughout the 18 countries of the European
Economic Area (EEA).
- The product will be safer
for the user and this may also reduce damage and liability claims
How to get CE certificate?
All conformity assessment procedures (modules) including testing, inspection and/or CE certification must be completed before the product is placed on the market. Manufacturers should confirm the regulations covering their products, and if necessary, should apply to notified bodies designated to give conformity assessment services.
We provide CE Certification service
for the following EU Directives
Personal Protective Equipment-89/686/EEC
Construction Products-EU) NO 305/2011
Lifts and Safety Components-2014/33/EU
Appliances Burning Gaseous Fuels-2009/142/EC
New Hot-Water Boilers-92/42/EEC
Simple Pressure Vessels-2009/105/EC