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What is CE Marking?

The CE mark or the CE marking is a mark of conformity which is mandatory on many of the products present in the markets of the European Economic Area (EEA). The CE stands for the French word called the “Conformite Europeenne”.

If a product has CE marking, then it means that it has met the EU norms for health, safety and environmental requirements and is safe for the consumer. The products need to have this marking so that they can be sold in the 27 countries of the European Union and also the countries coming in the EEA (European Economic Area). There are some countries where in this marking is not a compulsion but still it is present there also because of the close proximity shared by the markets.

What is the procedure for CE marking? European markets have now introduced a new approach of getting the CE marking in which the manufacturer can himself declare conformity for his product by signing the Declaration OF Conformity (DOC). This new approach is termed as the “self Declaration”. The DOC has all information like the details of the manufacturer, important features of his product, any performance data or European standards that it has and the signature of the notifying organization. Once he has signed the DOC agreement, he can affix the CE mark on his product. The method for obtaining the CE mark consists of the allowing steps.

The manufacturer must first identify the applicable directives given by law followed by the identification of the Conformity Assessment Module. Even though CE mark can be obtained by self declaration, there are some modules prescribed for assessing conformity. These modules are used in case the product is highly complex or poses certain amount of risk to human health. First is the Module A which assesses the products falling under Low Voltage directive and EMC? A third party tests the products of the manufacturer and after clearing the tests, he can maintain a Technical Documentation as proof of compliance. It is not necessary that the notified body of Europe i.e. the European Lab is needed to perform the conformity tests.

Then there are modules from B to H. for products that fall under these modulesFind Article, the involvement of the European Lab are compulsory. This body issues the Type Examination Certificate to the products that are inspected. Only after getting cleared by this organization the products get the CE marking and can be sold in the European markets.

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