CE marking

The CE mark is the manufacturer’s/importer’s proof that their product meets the requirements stated in the relevant EU Directives and EN standards.

All products included in EU Directives must carry the CE marking when sold within EEA countries (EU member states, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein).

The objective of the CE marking is to harmonise and uphold safety standards for machinery and electrical devices sold within the EU. No country within the EEA can prohibit or prevent a CE-marked product from being sold or installed.





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