Products marketed or put into service within the EU (and EFTA) must be CE marked. This is to ensure uniform requirements through legislation and the reduction of technical barriers to trade.
CE marking is relevant for joints with moving parts that are powered by energy, such as machines. Since July 1, 2014, permanent steel constructions that form part of a building in a building have also been subject to the CE marking requirements.
The CE marking consists of:
- A risk identification and risk assessment
- A technical dossier, including a user manual and technical documentation
- A physical CE marking of the product
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