CE Certification is Conformity Europeans,
The CE marking is the manufacturer's declaration that the product is safe and assured applicable ‘CE’ directives. ‘CE’ mark is sign of entrance of product in European Countries.
Meaning of CE (in detail): Here 'C' refer to "Conformity” , E: refer to European, it become CE Mark, In short CE is standard of conformity for product as per European countries standard. This certification certified the product and is mandatory to export the product in European Countires.
Documents are required for CE Certification
There are different types of documents are required for different types of organization please feel free to contact us any time for free CE Certification Consultancy or know documents are required for CE Registration. Please click here to know about documents are required for CE Certification.
Different Directives for different product are given as below:
- Electrical Equipment designed for use within certain limits - 73/23/EEC - 2006/95/EC
- Simple Pressure Vessels - 87/404/EEC
- Safety of Toys - 88/378/EEC
- Construction Products - 89/106/EEC
- Electromagnetic compatibility - 89/336/EEC - 2004/108/EC
- Personal Protective Equipment - 89/686/EEC
- Non-automatic weighing instruments - 90/384/EEC
- Active Implantable Medical Devices - 90/383/EEC
- Appliances Burning Gaseous Fuels - 90/396/EEC
- New hot-water boilers fired with liquid or gaseous fuels - 92/42/EC
- Explosives for civil use - 93/15/EEC
- Medical Devices - 93/42/EC
- Equipment and protective systems intended for use in explosive atmospheres : 94/9/EC
- Recreational Craft: 94/25/EC
- Lifts: 95/16/EC
- Pressure Equipment: 97/23/EC
- Machinery: 98/37/EC
- In Vitro diagnostic medical devices : 98/79/EC
- Radio Equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment: 1999/5/EC
- Cableway Installations designed to carry persons: 2000/9/EC
- Measuring Instruments: 2004/22/EC
- In July 2007 - 2004/108/EC Replaces 89/336/EEC;
- In December 2009 - 2006/42/EC Replaces 98/37/EEC;
- In January 2007 - 2006/95/EC Replaces 73/23/EEC:
Benefits of CE Mark
CE marking on a product:
- Assured that the product can be legally supply to the European Countries.
- Assured the product can move throughout the European single market, freely.
- Assured to customers that the product meets European safety standards and therefore has a minimize level of risk.
List of Countries where CE marking is required
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, UK