CE-Marking

The ‘CE’ Mark is placed on many products within the European Economic Area (EEA) to indicate a product’s compliance with EU legislation in order to allow free movement within the European “single market”.

The CE mark is a declaration by the manufacturer that these products meet the EU legislative requirements for safety, health or environmental protection. In the case of distributors or importers of products made outside of the EEA, you must take steps to ensure that the manufacturer has taken the necessary steps to ensure compliance, and that a CE mark is correctly applied. 

In order to place a CE marking on a product, the responsible body / party must test the product and check its conformity against the essential requirements of the identified applicable directives; this is referred to as the ‘conformity assessment procedure’. 

EMC Hire can supply a range of equipment in order to assist customers in the undertaking of this conformity assessment.

The below links give you some examples of equipment thats available to meet your needs.

  CE Equipment