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CE Marking Machinery - Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC

CE Marking for Machinery

Here at CE Mark Consultancy we have put together the available resources for CE marking many types of machinery, from many industries including agriculture, automotive, building trades, ceramics, bottling plants, compression presses (1000 tonne), effluent control, electrical consumer products, food cooking, processing and testing, forestry, ground care (mowing machines), horticultural, machine tools, mechanical handling, medical, packaging, plastic moulding, pressure vessels, testing machinery, printing, specialised press tools, spraying equipment, snow clearing equipment, waste disposal.

There are a number of specific guides published in the UK, but we have concentrated on Machinery here.

The New Machinery Directive UK Guide 2006/42/EC
Machinery Directive Guide (UK)

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The Directive has been transposed into UK legislation using the European Communities Act 1972 as The Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008 (S.I.2008/1597).

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Low Voltage Directive Guide

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The Directives also state how manufacturers should demonstrate that products meet the 'Essential Requirements'. Products meeting these requirements carry CE marking, which means they can be sold anywhere in the European Union.

The Low Voltage Directive is one such Directive. It has been implemented into (consolidated) United Kingdom law by the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 which came into force, subject to certain transitional provisions, on 9 January 1995.

The rest of this booklet describes the Regulations.

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