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    CE MARKING
    The word CE marking indicates that a product’s compliance with EU legislation.
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    EU DIRECTIVES
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    CE MARKING PROCESS
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CE MARKING

The word CE marking indicates that a product’s compliance with EU legislation and thus product is able for free movement of products within the European market. By affixing the CE marking to a product, a manufacturer declares, on his sole responsibility, that the product meets all the legislative requirements for the CE marking, which means that the product can be sold throughout the European Economic Area (EEA, the 27 Member States of the EU and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein). CE Marking is also applies to products made in other countries which are sold in the EEA

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Frequently asked questions

A.‘CE’ stands for Communauté Européenne (Conformity European). CE Marking was introduced in the year 1995 &it’s purpose was to promote the free movement of goods within the European Community. CE marking can be applied to any type of product where ‘CE Mark’ can be fixed. In CE Marking a manufacturer of the product or equipment or its authorized representative has to declare complies with all applicable European Directives.
A.Yes CE Marking is a mandatory (legislative requirement) in most of European countries & in other continents it is trusted as a ‘mark of safety’ or ‘Mark of quality’. CE Marking on a product indicates that the product meets compulsory requirements defined in the applicable Community Directive/s.
The ‘CE Mark’ symbol is affixed by manufacturers or their authorized EU representative. In exceptional cases, when permitted by the directive, it can be affixed by the party responsible for putting the product on the market in the EU. It must be affixed at the end of the production phase and be of an appropriate size (no smaller than 5 mm) and, where possible, must be placed on the product or the data plate. A ‘CE Mark’ on a product must be visible, legible and indelible
A technical file is a products ‘biography’ & it contains all information about a product which includes : product picture, drawings, components / raw materials, product flow chart, QC / QA program, testing done along with test parameters, product safety guidelines etc. A technical file contains all the evidences required to support the declaration of conformity. Each directive in CE Marking specifies the content of the technical file. The technical file requirements for each directive are slightly different from each other. Atechnical file must be kept secured and made available for inspection when required by an enforcement authority for a period defined in the directive. For example: In the case of the machinery directive, the period is 10 years after the last product was manufactured.
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