CE Marking

CE is the abbreviation of the French term "Conformité Européene" ("European Conformity"). 

CE Marking affixed to a product is a statement by the manufacturer that the product meets the essential safety, health and environmental requirements as set by European regulations or the majority of so-called product directives.

For governmental bodies, CE marking on a product is proof that the product is on the market legally. It enables the free movement of goods within the EU single market and can serve as a basis for withdrawal of non-conforming products from the market by customs authorities or other market surveillance authorities.

SIQ is a notified body for the following directives:

  • 73/23/EEC or 2006/95/EC - Electrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits (low-voltage equipment) 
  • 89/686/EEC - Personal protective equipment
  • 89/336/EEC or 2004/108/EC - Electromagnetic compatibility (and its amendments) 
  • 98/37/EC - Machinery (original 89/392/EEC and its amendments) 
  • 99/5/EC - Radio and telecommunications terminal equipment 
  • 93/42/EEC - Medical devices 
  • 94/9/EC - Equipment and protective systems for use in potentially explosive atmospheres
  • 2000/14/EC - Noise emission in the environment by equipment for use outdoors
  • 89/106/EEC - Construction Products
  • 2004/22/EC - Measuring Equipment
  • 2001/16/EC Interoperability of the trans-European conventional rail system

Services

  • assistance in drawing up a technical product file 
  • interpretation of technical legislation and standards 
  • certificate of adequacy (verification of the technical files) 
  • CE-certificate of compliance 
  • EC-type test certificate

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