Industrial machines shipped into the EU are subject to the CE marking process. This marking process is also true for industrial machines produced or substantially modified within the EU. The CE mark declares that your machine meets the essential requirements of all relevant EU directives. Products that carry the CE mark may be imported and sold without restrictions from national regulations within the EAA. Assemblies of machines such as robotic cells and production lines also fall under this obligation and will be required to be CE marked accordingly.
Date: Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Time: 2:00 p.m. EST
Duration: 1 Hour
Event Type: Live Webinar
The aim of this webinar is to enable you to understand the requirements of the Machinery Directive in relation to CE Marking
- How to determine the scope of machinery that is applicable to CE Marking legislation
- The role of manufacturers, importers, designers etc., of machinery with regards to CE Marking
- The requirements and process of CE Marking
- Other main directives applicable to CE Marking and their requirements: Machinery, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Low Voltage (LVD), etc.