CE Marking is a mark or certificate indicating compliance with European Union legislation concerning products that have been manufactured and designed to meet the safety requirements of Directive 89/686/EEC. Manufacturers should ensure that their products are in compliance with this directive before marketing them outside of the EU.
CE Marking on a product is a regulation that covers safety to the people and the environment. This regulation is overseen by European Union and its member states. The CE Marking on product has advantages like promoting public health and safety, enhancing product credibility, leading to improved sales and greater customer satisfaction. They also ensure that products are made according to standards which are legitimate for the product’s country of origin.
List of Products needing CE Marking
Taking a moment to assess the list of products that need CE marking, it is easy to see why this list is long. There are many types of products on this list, ranging from water heaters to cars. Not all products on the list will require CE marking, but if they do they must comply with certain standards. There are specific requirements for the CE marking. In order to be able to sell a product in Europe, it must meet certain safety standards. Some examples of these products include hot water boilers, lifts, machinery, measuring instruments, medical devices, pressure equipment, recreational crafts, and toys. These are just the basic examples and there are many others.
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