Recently, our CE marking consultancy in the US has undertaken some very significant projects which require extensive work on how to comply with European CE marking.

These projects involved the application of the machinery directive, 2006/42/EC, the low voltage directive, 2014/35/EU and the EMC directive, 2014/30/EU.

Our most recent projects involved the CE marking of separation technology machinery for process industries. We are currently working on CE compliance of CNC milling machinery.

Both of these projects required extensive input from our engineering staff  to help them fully understand CE compliance from design stage through to manufacturing.

For these companies this is their first launch of machinery into Europe, our guidance and CE compliance work will continue with the launch of additional equipment for these clients into the future.