CE marking, specifically according to the Machinery Directive, often applies to the integration of such equipment. Unless the line is being supplied as a turnkey system, the responsibility for CE marking often rests upon the end users of the line, who are primarily focussed on using it rather than creating it. Supplying production lines often involves defining the extent of assembly of the machines, integrating used equipment and modifying existing equipment, all of which raise interesting questions regarding CE marking.
Seeking advice from an external provider of CE marking expertise can be a cost-effective investment to help satisfy CE-marking obligations and can save many hours of reading and interpreting requirements, head-scratching and heated meetings - not to mention costly retrospective modification and certification. Conformance Ltd. has extensive experience in advising on production line CE marking, for many industries and size of client. We would be happy to discuss your project and provide a proposal for assistance.
Our recent experience
- Welding generators
- Drill- rigs
- High-pressure water jet machines
- Wood chippers and trenchers