DeviCE Sistemas

CE marking of machinery

CE marking of machinery

Machinery Directive

The CE Machine Marking process requires exhaustive knowledge of the European regulations relating to machinery (Directive 2006/42/EC) for a correct interpretation of the requirements. This CE marking for machines is mandatory for all machine manufacturers and is a legal requirement for the marketing of machines in the European Economic Area.

deviCE Sistemas, has specialists in this whole process, which includes the classification of the machine and the identification of all the applicable legislation, not only the Directive 2006/42/EC on machinery itself, which establishes the rules for the marketing and commissioning of machinery, but the other regulations that may also apply to a machine, (EMC, RoHS, Low Voltage, Radio Frequency, etc..), or the regulation of each country in the European Union.

deviCE Sistemas has experienced personnel who are knowledgeable about the machines and their applicable regulations for obtaining the CE Marking, which allows us to prepare Technical Machine Files, including Instruction Manuals, an exhaustive Risk Assessment according to the ISO 12100 Standard, or the evaluation of conformity, among others.

It is especially important and deviCE Sistemas will also carry out an exhaustive study of the approved Harmonized Standards for Machinery and their updates in order to find the appropriate technical interpretation for compliance with the essential safety requirements established by the Directive.

It is important to have expert advice and assistance in the CE Marking process of your machine.

As clearly reflected in the Directive, for the CE marking of machinery, it also affects, and deviCE Systems can help you, interchangeable equipment, safety components, lifting accessories, chains, ropes and webbing, removable mechanical transmission devices and partly completed machinery.

Special importance is given to Assemblies of Machinery, both for manufacturers and for companies that put machines to work together, as an integrated manufacturing system, since in this case the set of machines or quasi-machines is defined in the Directive within the definition of “Machine”.