CE Mark

What is CE Marking ? The CE marking (also known as CE mark) is a mandatory conformity mark on many products placed on the single market in the European Economic Area (EEA). The CE marking certifies that a product has met EU consumer safety, health or environmental requirements.


CE Marking Procedure

The "New Approach" to conformity enables manufacturers to use what is called as "SELF DECLARATION" where the manufacturer himself declares conformity by signing the "Declaration of Conformity (DOC)". Being a third party independent certification body, we approve your conformity. The following simple steps are involved STEP 1: We identify applicable "DIRECTIVES" STEP2 : We Identify Applicable "Conformity Assessment Module"Although CE Marking follows the Self Declaration principle, depending upon product complexity and risk to human life, two conformity assessment module are prescribed:- Module-1 internal Production control).Applicable for products falling under non-critical directives. Manufacturer tests the product from third party. After compliance with the tests, his production process ensures continued conformance. He maintains "Technical Documentation" as a proof of compliance. There is No mandatory involvement of European Lab (i.e. Notified Body). Module-2 Mandatory involvement of European Lab is required which issues "Type Examination Certificate", certifies documentation (called "Technical Construction File"(TCF) and carries out inspections.


Note:- We work in both module. We have tie-up with different notified bodies.
STEP 3: Identify Applicable "Standard"
STEP 4: Test one sample of the product. Either yourself (self testing report) or from test lab.
STEP 5: Compile "Technical Documentation"
STEP 6: Sign the EC "Declaration of Conformity"
STEP 7: Our technical expert will audit manufacturing process(Not mandatory in every directive)
STEP 8: Issuance of "CE certificate of conformity"
STEP 9: Affix "CE Mark" on the product.


Benefits of CE Marking
  • Ensures the product can move freely throughout the European Single Market
  • Indicates to customers that the product meets designated minimum safety standards and therefore a minimum level of quality
  • Promotes public health and safety
  • Enhances product credibility
  • Leads to improved sales and greater customer satisfaction.