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Certificacion of partly completed machinery

Certification of partly completed machinery.

Machinery directive

Within the European regulations relating to machinery (Directive 2006/42/EC), reference is also made to partly completed machinery. Although the partly completed machinery WILL NOT physically carry the CE marking, it must also comply with Directive 2006/42/EC, and will have its specific requirements.

Considering that a partly completed machinery is an assembly which is almost a machine, but which cannot perform a specific application on its own, Directive 2006/42/EC considers that it must comply with its particular requirements as well.

A drive system is a partly completed machinery, for example. The partly completed machinery is intended only to be incorporated into, or assembled with, other machinery, or other partly completed machinery or equipment, to form a machine to which the Directive applies.

Like machinery, there may be other legislation that applies to it (EMC, RoHS, Low Voltage, etc.),

deviCE Sistemas, (Vitoria-Gasteiz) can certify your partly completed machinery.

What will it take to certify a partly completed machinery?

At deviCE we can produce all the relevant technical documentation that the manufacturer of the partly completed machinery is obliged to have before it is placed on the market.
A manufacturing file, a copy of the assembly instructions for the partly completed machine or a declaration of incorporation are required.

The assembly instructions and the declaration of incorporation must accompany the partly completed machine until it is incorporated into the final machine and thus becomes part of the technical file of that machine.

deviCE Sistemas has experienced personnel with knowledge of the applicable regulations, which allows it to become a great ally in guaranteeing compliance with all aspects of the regulations and to draw up all the relevant documentation.