CE Marking

‘CE’ marking is a mandatory mark for many designated products placed in European Economic Area (EEA) which ensures the product is thoroughly assessed for Essential Health & Safety Requirements (EHSR) according to the EU Regulations.

CE certification scheme for the EU market demonstrates that the products have been evaluated according to the harmonized standards in terms of health, safety & environmental protection requirements and comply with EHSR requirements in the EU. Complying with such requirements, the person placing the product in the EU market declares that the product meets all legal requirements of EU regulations & may affix the ‘CE’ Mark.EU Legislation governing the harmonization of essential health and safety requirements for machinery is Machinery Directive named 2006/42/EC. Likewise, the Machinery Directive, Low Voltage Directive called 2014/35/EU ensures that the electrical equipment within the range of 50V to 1000V alternative current (AC) and 75V to 1500V direct current (DC) provides adequate protection for the EU market. EMC Directive, 2014/30/EU aims to ensure that the electrical and electronic equipment is not affected by or does not generate electromagnetic disturbance as it limits electromagnetic emissions from equipment. The equipment needs to comply with EMC requirements as per EMC directive 2014/30/EU while placed in the EU market.

Why CE Marking
  • Achieving ‘CE Marking’ works as a trade passport at the port of entry in the EU market.
  • ‘CE Marking’ ensures compliance with harmonized standards and uniform EHS requirements of the EU and can be sold throughout the European Union market.
  • ‘CE’ marking certification with proper evidence & documentation is eliminating the specific national regulations of the different member states of the EEA.
  • The users may get confidence that the product marked with ‘CE’ Marking is safer since the implementation of all the legal requirements is fulfilled.
  • Subject matter knowledge & experienced technical experts can support & provide systematic guidance to achieve CE Marking requirements.
CE Marking Directives and Regulations
The CE marking is only required if a product is covered by one or more CE Marking Directives or Regulations adopted by the European Union. Please find below a list of the CE Marking Directives and Regulations (European Union directives/regulations that require the affixing of a CE mark to the products covers by them):

  1. Machinery Directive – 2006/42/EC
  2. Low Voltage Directive – 2014/35/EU
  3. EMC Directive – 2014/30/EU
  4. Medical Devices Directive – 93/42/EEC
  5. Personal Protective Equipment Directive – 89/686/EEC (as of 21 April 2018 replaced by the Personal Protective Equipment Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/425)
  6. Construction Products Regulation – Regulation (EU) No 305/2011
  7. Pressure Equipment Directive – 2014/68/EU
  8. REACH – Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006
  9. RoHS – Restriction of Hazardous Substances – Directive – 2011/65/EU
  10. Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive – 2012/19/EU
  11. ATEX Directive – 2014/34/EU
  12. Toy Directive – 2009/48/EU
  13. Radio Equipment Directive – 2014/53/EU
  14. Recreational Craft Directive – 2013/53/EU
  15. Active Implantable Medical Devices Directive – 90/385/EEC
  16. Explosive for Civil Use Directive – 93/15/EEC
  17. Noise Emission in the Environment Directive – 2000/14/EC
  18. Gas Appliances Directive – 2009/142/EC
  19. Lifts Directive – 2014/33/EU
  20. Pyrotechnic Directive – 2007/23/EC
  21. Measuring Instruments Directive – 2004/22/EC



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