What is CE?

The New Approach Directives introduced in the European Union countries are the legal regulations that must be enacted by national laws in all member states. These regulations require the CE marking of the products to be offered to consumers within the European Union.

What is CE?

Where the New Approach Directives are in force, placing on the market without the ürün CE ”marking is a criminal offense. In this regard, manufacturers are directly responsible for ensuring that their products comply with the relevant directive requirements and for placing the CE Mark on the products.

CE Marking is an important application in that the European Union creates a single market and promotes economic development for the member states. The purpose of the relevant directives is to facilitate the movement of products within the European Union. In this way, the free movement of products with CE marking is provided throughout Europe. For this reason, CE Mark is accepted as a passport which allows the products to move freely in the markets of the member countries of the European Union.

In general, consumers accept the CE Marking they see on a product as an indication that these products meet the minimum standards and are therefore suitable with the minimum level of safety that other products cannot have. The CE Mark is therefore regarded as a safety symbol for many consumers.

CE marking on the products to be sent to the European Union countries is more valuable for the manufacturers than the very high money spent on advertising. It shouldn't be surprising to see some high-quality and branded products in second-hand stores today or on the stalls of street vendors. Because the biggest deficiency of these products is that they do not have CE marking.

The New Approach Directives, which regulate the application of CE Marking, have been kept quite wide. Because manufacturers are required to apply for a wide range of products. For this reason, general principles were determined about how products should be designed and produced and somehow a set of best practices was formed. But of course this leads to time-consuming and costly disagreements about whether a product or process complies with the standards specified in the directive. In order to prevent this situation, a more useful and detailed set of harmonized standards has been established by the European Commission for some products and product groups. If manufacturers see that their products are met by one of the harmonized standards, they are on the right track.

An important detail is included in the New Approach Directives. In some cases, the products need to be tested and approved by a third-party laboratory or testing organization. These organizations are generally known as conformity assessment bodies. However, the European Union defines these organizations as notified bodies. The European Union has entered into agreements with the United States and other countries on this issue, and some organizations in these countries have been recognized as notified bodies. Therefore, for a product that requires third-party certification, manufacturers do not need to send samples or prototypes to the European Union for testing and approval, and therefore do not need to spend time and money. In our country, this work is done by the approved institutions.

The European Union considers certification bodies from other countries under mutual recognition agreements as notified bodies and publishes them in a database called NANDO (New Approach Notified and Designated Organizations).

Our company also provides CE Marking services within the scope of certification services. Thanks to these services, enterprises are able to produce more efficient, high performance and quality products in a safe, fast and uninterrupted manner.

CE Marking services provided within the scope of certification services are only one of the services provided by our organization in this respect. Many other certification services are also available.

CE document How to Buy

CE Certification Process 1.Step

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Identify the directives or directives to which the product applies.

CE Certification Process 2.Step

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Identify the requirements for the product.

CE Certification Process 3.Step

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To determine if third-party assessment is needed.

CE Certification Process 4.Step

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Evaluate product suitability.

CE Certification Process 5.Step

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Prepare and store technical files.

CE Certification Process 6.Step

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Congratulations! Now your product CE Mark You can add.

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