With the United Kingdom leaving the European Union, new guidelines have been set up to make up for the shortfall in which EU regulation has left. One of these critical administrative changes is the move from the EU’s CE Marking, which is an obvious sign that products agreed with European product standards, to the recently … Continue reading All you need to know about UKCA Marking and testing in 2021
The United Kingdom's proposed Brexit has been a typical CE customer question. In the course of the most recent two years, we've been holding on to hear last replies from the UK on how this would be taken care of. Brexit as of now we do have some indications as to what will be required … Continue reading Do you presently have a CE Marked product that is being sold in the United Kingdom?
Inside the EU, CE Marking is compulsory for machinery, electrical and electronic equipment, medical gadgets, individual defensive hardware, toys and etc. Thusly, anybody hoping to sell electrical items in the EU should test for consistency and join a CE imprint on their item. At present these principles are uniform across all parts of states including … Continue reading UKCA and CE Marking – Your Questions Answered
1. What is the UKCA? The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) Marking is another UK item checking guideline that will be utilized instead of the CE mark in the UK market. 2. What is the current status with the execution of the UKCA mark? The UK has left the EU and the current change time frame … Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions about Brexit and the new UKCA Marking
For makers that at present use CE Marking, items bound for the UK market currently need extra congruity appraisal documentation and item checking. Knowing what item types are covered, when congruity applies, and how to pronounce for UKCA Marking can be troublesome. Refreshed UK Government data ("Using the UKCA Marking") has been delivered to bring … Continue reading Understanding the UKCA Mark and the Future of CE Marking