The CE mark process consist of these six steps:
- Identify the applicable directive and standards
- Verify product specific requirements
- Identify whether an independent conformity assessment is necessary
- Test the product and check its conformity
- Draw up and keep available the required technical documentation
- Affix the CE marking and draw up the EU Declaration of Conformity
We can advice you through these six steps. We help you identify the applicable directives and standards, help you ensure your product meets the requirements and produce the technical documentation. The technical documentation must include: Design and manufacturing drawings, explanations necessary for the understanding of those drawings, a description of the safety component and results of design calculations etc.
We will with our experience help you to make sure your product complies with all the requirements, so you can enable your product to be traded on the European Economic Area (EEA). The CE mark also indicates that the product keeps the regulations and therefore, local authorities, within EEA, cannot request for further adjustments regarding the machine design.
Why CE marking?
The CE mark shows that the product complies with all applicable European directives and regulations. After having received the CE mark, a product can be legally sold and distributed in the European market, even if the product is only meant to be sold in Denmark, it needs to be CE marked.