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CE Marking (Rs.5000/-)


CE marking is a certification mark indicating compliance with health, safety and environmental protection standards for products sold in the European Economic Area (EEA). CE marking is also found on products sold outside the EEA, manufactured or designed for sale in the EEA.

What is CE certification?

CE certification is a process that gives CE marking authority over a product. Ideally, this should start early as a product development phase, as it is good to know some CE requirements development for product safety, user health, and the environment. However, it is possible to issue EC certificates for ready-to-use products. Products that have CE certification must comply with European safety regulations. They can then be freely traded within the European Economic Area (EEA).

Six steps for CE certification

Depending on the product category, the system for obtaining CE certificates varies. The normal schema consists of the following steps:
» Find EU guidelines that apply to your product
» Discover the essential requirements for your product
» Determining whether the product requires evaluation by a notified body
» Evaluate product conformance
» Create and maintain technical documentation
» Establish conformity declaration and paste CE marking
» Products requiring CE certification

The certification company provides full CE certification and assistance at every stage of the process, whether by risk assessment or writing and verification of technical documentation. The categories of products covered by our experts are listed below:
» Machinery and Installations (MD)
» Machinery in potentially explosive atmospheres (ATEX)
» Electrical equipment (LVD)
» Electronic apparatus: household and industrial (EMC)
» Construction Products (CPR)
» Medical Devices (MD)
» Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
» Pressure Equipment (PED)
» Radio equipment (RED)
» Toys
» Restriction on the use of certain Substances (RoHS)
» Other consumer products