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CE (Conformite Europeenne)

CE (Conformité Européenne) certification is a mandatory certification for products sold in the European Union (EU). Here are some key points that further explain what CE certification entails:

CE Certification Process: To obtain CE certification, manufacturers must submit their products to an authorized European Union Notified Body for testing and evaluation. The products are tested to ensure that they meet the required technical standards, such as safety, health, and environmental protection.

Types of Products Covered: CE certification covers a wide range of products, including machinery, electronics, medical devices, toys, and construction products, among others.

Product Compliance: CE certification ensures that products comply with EU legislation and that they meet the required safety, health, and environmental protection standards.

Consequences of Non-Compliance: CE certification is mandatory for products sold in the EU, and non-compliance can lead to penalties and legal action. Products that do not comply with CE technical standards can also cause safety hazards and may not be allowed to be sold in the EU.

Certification Bodies: CE certification can be obtained from various certification bodies authorized by the EU, such as DEKRA, TÜV, and Bureau Veritas.

Validity: CE certification is valid indefinitely, as long as the product remains unchanged and continues to comply with the required technical standards.

International Recognition: CE certification is recognized internationally and is often required for products that are exported to other countries outside the EU.

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