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CE Marking is most probably required if you export to the 27 European Union (EU) and 3 European Free Trade Association (EFTA) member states the following 20 groups of products -
  1. Appliances Burning Gaseous Fuels (AppliGas)
    The "appliances burning gaseous fuels" used for cooking, heating, hot water production, refrigeration, lighting or washing and having, where applicable, a normal water temperature not exceeding 105 gC. Forced draught burners and heating bodies to be equipped with such burners will also be considered as appliances.
    The "gaseous fuel" means any fuel which is in a gaseous state at a temperature of 15 gC under a pressure of 1 bar. more >>
  2. Cableway Installations to Carry Persons
    The "cableway installations designed to carry persons" shall mean installations made up of several components, designed, manufactured, assembled and put into service with the object of carrying persons.
    These on-site installations are used for the carriage of persons in vehicles or by towing devices, whereby the suspension and/or traction is provided by cables positioned along the line of travel. more >>
  1. Low Voltage Electrical Equipment
    The "Electrical Equipment" means any equipment designed for use with a voltage rating of between 50 and 1000 V for alternating current (A.C.) and between 75 and 1500 V for direct current (D.C.). Therefore, it is called often "Low Voltage Electrical Equipment" which includes the vast majority of electrical equipment in everyday use. more >>

  2. Construction Products
    The "construction product" means any product which is produced for incorporation in a permanent manner in construction works, including both buildings and civil engineering works. more >>

  3. Equipment and Protective Systems for Used in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres (Atex)
    • Equipment means machines, apparatus, fixed or mobile devices, control components and instrumentation thereof and detection or prevention systems which, separately or jointly, are intended for the generation, transfer, storage, measurement, control and conversion of energy for the processing of material and which are capable of causing an explosion through their own potential sources of ignition.
    • Protective systems means design units which are intended to halt incipient explosions immediately and/or to limit the effective range of explosion flames and explosion pressures. Protective systems may be integrated into equipment or separately placed on the market for use as autonomous systems.
    • Components means any item essential to the safe functioning of equipment and protective systems but with no autonomous function. Explosive atmospheres Mixture with air, under atmospheric conditions, of flammable substances in the form of gases, vapours, mists or dusts in which, after ignition has occurred, combustion spreads to the entire unburned mixture.
    Potentially explosive atmosphere means an atmosphere which could become explosive due to local and operational conditions. . more >>


  4. Explosives for Civil Uses
    The "Explosives" here shall mean the materials and articles considered to be such in the United Nations recommendations on the transport of dangerous goods and falling within Class 1 of those recommendations. more >>

  5. Hot Water Boilers
    The "hot-water boilers" here means a boiler fired by liquid or gaseous fuels with a rated output of between 4 kW and 400 kW (including 4 kW and 400 kW). more >>

  6. Lift
    The "lift" here means an appliance serving specific levels, having a car moving along guides which are rigid and inclined at an angle of more than 15 degrees to the horizontal and intended for the transport of:
       - persons,
       - persons and goods,
       - goods alone if the car is accessible, that is to say, a person may enter it without difficulty, and fitted with controls situated inside the car or within reach of a person inside. more >>


  7. Machinery
    the "machinery" means:
    • an assembly of linked parts or components, at least one of which moves, with the appropriate actuators, control and power circuits, etc., joined together for a specific application, in particular for the processing, treatment, moving or packaging of a material,
    • an assembly of machines which, in order to achieve the same end, are arranged and controlled so that they function as an integral whole,
    • interchangeable equipment modifying the function of a machine, which is placed on the market for the purpose of being assembled with a machine or a series of different machines or with a tractor by the operator himself in so far as this equipment is not a spare part or a tool. more >>

  8. Measuring Instruments
    the "measuring instrument" means: any device or system with a measurement function that is covered by Articles 1 and 3; more >>

  9. Medical Devices
    A "Medical Device" is defined in Directive (93/42/EEC) as: any instrument, apparatus, appliance, material or other article, whether used alone or in combination, including the software necessary for the proper application, intended by the manufacturer to be used for human beings for the purpose of :
    • diagnosis, prevention, monitoring, treatment or alleviation of a disease, an injury or a handicap.
    • investigation, replacement or modification of the anatomy or of a physiological process.
    • control of conception
         and which does not achieve its principal intended action in or on the human body by pharmacological, immunological or metabolic means, but which may be assisted by such means. more >>


  10. Active Implantable Medical Devices
    The "active medical device" means any medical device relying for its functioning on a source of electrical energy or any source of power other than that directly generated by the human body or gravity
    The "active implantable medical device" means any active medical device which is intended to be totally or partially introduced, surgically or medically, into the human body or by medical intervention into a natural orifice, and which is intended to remain after the procedure. more >>


  11. In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices
    The "in vitro diagnostic medical device" means any medical device which is a reagent, reagent product, calibrator, control material, kit, instrument, apparatus, equipment, or system, whether used alone or in combination, intended by the manufacturer to be used in vitro for the examination of specimens, including blood and tissue donations, derived from the human body, solely or principally for the purpose of providing information:
        - concerning a physiological or pathological state, or
        - concerning a congenital abnormality, or
        - to determine the safety and compatibility with potential recipients, or
        - to monitor therapeutic measures.. more >>


  12. Non-automatic Weighing Instruments
    A "Weighing Instrument" is defined as a measuring instrument serving to determine the mass of a body by using the action of gravity on that body. A weighing instrument may also serve to determine other mass-related magnitudes, quantities, parameters or characteristics.
    A "non-automatic weighing instrument" is defined as a weighing instrument requiring the intervention of an operator during weighing. more >>


  13. Radio Equipment & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE)
    A "radio equipment" means a product, or relevant component thereof, capable of communication by means of the emission and/or reception of radio waves utilising the spectrum allocated to terrestrial/space radiocommunication.

    A "telecommunications terminal equipment" means a product enabling communication or a relevant component thereof which is intended to be connected directly or indirectly by any means whatsoever to interfaces of public telecommunications networks (that is to say, telecommunications networks used wholly or partly for the provision of publicly available telecommunications services). more >>


  14. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    The "personal protective equipment" means any device or appliance designed to be worn or held by an individual for protection against one or more health and safety hazards. more >>

  15. Simple Pressure Vessels
    The "simple pressure vessel" means any welded vessel subjected to an internal gauge pressure greater than 0,5 bar which is intended to contain air or nitrogen and which is not intended to be fired. more >>

  16. Pressure Equipment
    The "Pressure Equipment" means vessels, piping, safety accessories and pressure accessories.
    Where applicable, pressure equipment includes elements attached to pressurized parts, such as flanges, nozzles, couplings, supports, lifting lugs, etc.
    'Vessel` means a housing designed and built to contain fluids under pressure including its direct attachments up to the coupling point connecting it to other equipment. A vessel may be composed of more than one chamber.
    'Piping` means piping components intended for the transport of fluids, when connected together for integration into a pressure system. Piping includes in particular a pipe or system of pipes, tubing, fittings, expansion joints, hoses, or other pressure-bearing components as appropriate. Heat exchangers consisting of pipes for the purpose of cooling or heating air shall be considered as piping.
    'Safety accessories` means devices designed to protect pressure equipment against the allowable limits being exceeded. Such devices include:
       - devices for direct pressure limitation, such as safety valves, bursting disc safety devices, buckling rods, controlled safety pressure relief systems (CSPRS), and
       - limiting devices, which either activate the means for correction or provide for shutdown or shutdown and lockout, such as pressure switches or temperature switches or fluid level switches and 'safety related measurement control and regulation (SRMCR)` devices.
    'Pressure accessories` means devices with an operational function and having pressure-bearing housings.
    'Assemblies` means several pieces of pressure equipment assembled by a manufacturer to constitute an integrated and functional whole. more >>


  17. Recreational Craft
    The "Recreational craft" means any boat of any type, regardless of the means of propulsion, from 2,5 to 24 m hull length, measured according to the appropriate harmonized standards intended for sports and leisure purposes. more >>

  18. Toys
    A "toy" shall mean any product or material designed or clearly intended for use in play by children of less than 14 years of age. more >>

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Please click the following links to learn more about every CE-Marking-related European Union Directive, Guidelines to Directives, Frameworks of implementation of Directives, and Agreements on Mutual Recognition of conformity assessment between European Union and other countries such as USA, Japan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Israel:-

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  1. What is CE marking (CE mark)?
  2. The CE marking logo (Free download CE mark logo)
  3. Download of the EC Rep symbol/logo
  4. CE Marking (CE mark) EU/EC Declaration of Conformity: definition and required content
  5. What is a manufacturer? What are the responsibilities of a manufacturer?
  6. Is the Own Brand Labeller or Private Labeller considered as the legal Manufacturer?
  7. Why is CE marking called "European passport"?
  8. Does my product need CE Marking in order to be sold/exported on/to the European Market?
  9. How to obtain CE Marking for my product?
  10. How can Wellkang Consultant Firm help me to obtain CE Marking for my product?
  11. Wellkang can be your Authorized Representative in Europe for CE Marking purpose !
  12. Buy a Directive or Guideline on Directive in Chinese, English, French, Portuguese and/or Spanish.
  13. Complete list of all CE Marking Directives and Guidelines to Directives
  14. new Complete list of all (more than 1000) Notified Bodies for CE marking
  15. new Complete list of all European and/or international standards related to CE marking
  16. 85/374/eec: Directive of Liability for Defective Products (for all products)
  17. 1999/34/ec: Directive of Liability for Defective Products (amending) (for all products)
  18. 2000: (Proposal for a new) General Products Safety Directive (for all products)
  19. 92/59/eec: Directive of General Products Safety (for all products)
  20. 93/68/eec: "CE Marking" Directive (for all products)
  21. 93/465/eec: Conformity Assessment Procedures & CE Marking Rules, & Annex (for all products)
  22. Guide to Implementation of directives based on new approach & global approach (for all products)
  23. 73/23/eec: Directive of Low Voltage Electrical Equipment
  24. Guideline to Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 73/23/eec & Annex I, II
  25. 2000&2001 Framework of implementation of (LVD) Directive 73/23/eec
  26. 87/404/eec: Directive of Simple Pressure Vessels
  27. 88/378/eec: Directive of Toys & Annex I, II, ... IV
  28. 2001 Framework of implementation of 88/378/eec: Directive of Toys
  29. 89/106/eec: Directive of Construction Products
  30. 2001 Guidance to 89/106/eec Directive of Construction Products
  31. 89/336/eec: Directive of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
  32. Guideline to Directive of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) 89/336/eec
  33. Technical-Aspects relating Directive of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) 89/336/eec
  34. Communication 2000 in framework of implementation of EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
  35. 89/686/eec: Directive of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  36. Useful Facts relating to Directive (PPE) 89/686/eec
  37. 2001 Framework of implementation of (PPE) Directive 89/686/eec
  38. 90/384/eec: Directive of Non-automatic Weighing Instruments
  39. 90/396/eec: Directive of Appliances Burning Gaseous Fuels (AppliGas)
  40. 2001 Commission Communication in Framework of Impl (AppliGas) Directive 90/396/eec
  41. 92/42/eec: Directive of Efficiency of (Liquid or Gaseous fueled) Hot Water Boilers
  42. 93/15/eec: Directive of Explosives for Civil Uses
  43. 93/42/eec: Directive of Medical Devices
  44. 2001 Guidelines for Classification of Medical Devices
  45. Guidelines relating to the demarcation between Directives 90/385/eec, 93/42/eec and 65/65/eec.
  46. 90/385/eec: Directive of Active Implantable Medical Devices
  47. 98/79/ec: Directive of In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices
  48. Guidelines to Medical Devices Vigilance System
  49. new List of Harmonised (European) Standards for Medical Devices
  50. new List of Notified Bodies for Medical Devices Directive
  51. new Guidelines for Conformity Assessment of Breast Implants According to Directive 93/42/eec
  52. new Guidelines on Assessment of Medical Devices Incorporating Materials of Animal Origin
  53. new Guidelines on Medical Devices With Measuring Function
  54. new Guidelines on Medical Devices: Subcontracting – Quality System Related
  55. new Guidelines on Medical Devices: Treatment of Computers Used to Program Implantable Pulse Generators
  56. new Guidelines on Medical Devices: Demarcation with other Directives- Directive 89/336/EEC EMC & Directive 89/686/EEC PPE
  57. new Guidelines on Medical Devices: EMC Requirements
  58. new Guidelines on Medical Devices Labelling: USE-BY DATE
  59. new Guidelines on Medical Devices Labelling: Translation procedures
  60. new Guidelines on Homogeneous Production Batches
  61. 93/65/eec: Directive of Air Traffic Management Equipment & Systems
  62. 97/15/eec: amending Directive of Air Traffic Management Equipment & Systems
  63. 94/9/ec: Directive of Equipment used in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres (Atex)
  64. Guidelines to directive 94/9/ec (Atex)
  65. 2001 Framework of implementation of (Atex)Directive 94/9/ec
  66. 94/25/ec: Directive of Recreational Craft
  67. 2001 Proposed New Version for: directive 94/25/ec (RecCraft) 55p
  68. 2001 Guidelines&Framework: directive 94/25/ec (RecCraft)
  69. 95/16/ec: Directive of Lifts
  70. 96/48/ec: Directive of Trans-European High-speed Rail System
  71. 2001/16/ec: Directive of Interoperability of Trans-European Conventional Rail System
  72. 96/57/ec: Directive of Energy Efficiency: Household Refrigerators & Freezers
  73. 96/98/ec: Directive of Marine Equipment
  74. 97/23/ec: Directive of Pressure Equipment
  75. 2000&2001 Framework: directive 97/23/ec Pressure Equipment
  76. 98/37/ec: Directive of Machinery
  77. 2000: Comments on Directive of Machinery 98/37/ec
  78. Useful Facts relating to Machinery 98/37/ec
  79. 2001 Proposal to amend Directive of Machinery 98/37/ec
  80. 99/5/ec: Directive of Radio Equipment & Telecommunications Terminal Equipment (R&TTE)
  81. 2001 Framework of implementation of Directive 99/5/EC R&TTE
  82. 2001 Guidance on Directive 99/5/EC R&TTE
  83. 2000/9/ec: Directive of Cableway Installations to Carry Persons
  84. 2000/14/ec: Directive of Noise Emission in the environment by equipment for use outdoors
  85. 1999 Agreement on Mutual Recognition of conformity assessment between European Union and United States of America
  86. 2000 amendation to Agreement on Mutual Recognition of conformity assessment between European Union and United States of America
  87. 1998 Agreement on Mutual Recognition of conformity assessment between European Union and Canada
  88. 1998 Agreement on Mutual Recognition of conformity assessment between European Union and Australia
  89. 1998 Agreement on Mutual Recognition of conformity assessment between European Union and New Zealand
  90. 1999 Agreement on Mutual Recognition of conformity assessment between European Union and Israel
  91. 2001 proposal Agreement on Mutual Recognition of conformity assessment between European Union and Japan


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