Fire Resisting Door sets that need to be CE Marked? In this article you will find all important dates that you need to remember as a importer, producer, manufacturer or exporter of Fire Resisting Door Sets. On 10 July 2015 the Official Journal of the European Union ((OJEU) published that the EN 16034 will be […]
Several products must be CE approved before put on the market. Products covered by one or more New Approach Directive (s) must be provided with a CE marking. The New Approach Directives for the following product are established: Cableway installations designed to carry persons Construction products Electromagnetic compatibility Equipment and protective systems in potentially explosive […]
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Clients often inquire about how CE Solutions can assist with CE approval. The word CE approval is not correct, as the CE mark is not an “approval” to market your product. Rather, it is a symbol affixed to your product labeling to indicate that it does in fact meet the requirements of the applicable European Directive(s).
This is different for each product. For a large number of products with a low safety risk, the manufacturer can determine whether it meets the essential requirements out of the related Directives as long as the procedures are correctly followed. Products with a higher risk should be tested and verified by an external examination institution.
New Approach Directives broadly describe the essential requirements that products must meet. The manufacturer may indicate themselves as to how they will comply to the essential standards and directives. Often European (harmonized) standards (EN standards) are used to in the process . These standards give precisely the technical requirements that a product must meet. The […]
The duration of the CE marking process depends on various factors. If first depends on the type of product and the fact to what extent the product meets the essential requirements in complience with the applicable directives. In some cases, the essential requirements can only be determined on site at the responsible party, this has […]
The cost of the CE marking process depends on the product that should be certified. Taken into account must be the various European directives and standards that apply to the product. If a several directives apply to a product, this will influence the cost. In addition, different test methods which are applicable will influence the […]
The EC Declaration of Conformity is valid for an indefinite time after the essential safety requirements of the product is determined and remains valid for products as long as no major changes are made, ie products that have been repaired without the original operation, the original intended use or the original type is changed. Products […]
The New Approach Directives require that the manufacturer compiles technical documentation (Technical File) with information to demonstrate compliance with the applicable requirements. The contents of the TF varies per directive. In general, the design, manufacture and operation of the product (user manual) are described. What details must be included in the TF depends on the […]