CE Marking At a Glance
CE Marking is a mandatory conformity mark for certain products sold within the European Economic Area (EEA). CE Marking indicates that a product has been assessed by the manufacturer and found to meet all the legal requirements to be sold throughout the EEA. The CE Mark is also found on products sold outside the EEA that are manufactured in or designed to be sold in the EEA. CE Marking is not a quality mark.
Benefits Of CE Marking
Some benefits of CE marking include demonstrating compliance with EU safety, health, and environmental protection standards, facilitating the free movement of goods within the EU, and providing consumers with increased confidence in the safety of products. Additionally, CE marking can help manufacturers to access new markets and gain a competitive advantage.
CE Certification Service
Since 1992, The Reliable Certification has specialized in the measurement and analyses of EMC testing and CE Certification providing on-site flat rate testing to customers around the world through an efficient, global organization. Our flat rate testing service is unique in the industry, as is our pledge to not leave the facility until equipment is compliant.
The CE Directive has been in force since January 1996 and dictates that all electric and electronic components in machinery and manufacturing plants meet the minimum requirements as indicated by the Directive.
The CE mark is a symbol that a manufacturer affixes to a product so that it can be sold in Europe. The mark is mandatory for products that fall under the European Directives. The CE mark means the manufacturer takes responsibility for the compliance of a product with all applicable European health, safety, performance, and environmental requirements.
CE stands for “Conformité Européenne”, which is French for “European Conformity” and includes the entire European Union, Turkey, and Israel. The global equivalents to the CE mark are as follows: FCC in the United States, CCC in China, VCCI in Japan, RCM in Australia & New Zealand, and KCC in South Korea.