CE Marking Certification

CE Marking is also known as CE mark. CE marking certification is a compulsory to export products to Europe. With the CE marking on a product the manufacturer make sure that the product is in conformity with the necessary requirements of the applicable EC directives. The letters "CE" stand for "Conformité Européenne" ("European Conformity"). Depending on the level of risk of the product, the CE Mark is affixed to a product by the manufacturer or authorized representative after making sure that the product meets all the CE mark necessities. CE Mark can be notified or non-notified.

CE marking permits you to officially market and distribute your product within the European Market, and declares that your product complies with all applicable European Directives and Regulations.

List of CE Marking Directives:

  • The directive 89/106/EEC construction products and building structures (CPD)
  • The directive 73/23 EEC of the electrical equipment designed for use during certain conditions of voltage
  • The directive 94/9 / EC products for usage in explosive mediums (ATEX)
  • The directive 97/23/EC pressure-operated equipment (PED)
  • The directive 93/42/EEC (2007/47/EC) on medical devices (MDD)
  • The directive 90/385/EEC on active implantable medical devices (AIMDD)
  • The directive 98/79/EC on medical devices of in vitro diagnostic (IVDD)
  • The directive 89/686/EEC personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • The directive 2004/22/EC measuring instruments (MID)
  • The directive 2004/108/EC electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
  • The directive 2006/42/EC vehicles and machinery (MD)
  • The directive 2006/95/EC low voltage equipment (LVD)
  • The directive 88/378/EES safety of toys
  • The directive 1999/5/EC on radio facilities and telecommunication terminal equipment (R&TTE)
  • The directive 90/384/EES nonautomatic weighing instruments (NAWI) (93/68/EEC)
  • The directive 92/42/EEC requirements of efficiency for new hot water boilers operating on liquid or gas fuel
  • The directive 95/16/EC lifts and lift gears
  • The directive 2009/105/EC simple pressure vessels (SPVD)
  • The directive 2009/142/EC equipment of gas fuel combustion (appliances burning gaseous fuels)/GAD
  • The directive 94/25/EC on recreational crafts (RCD)

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