The CE marking is a prerequisite for placing equipment on the market in the European Union. Affixed to a product, the CE marking certifies that it complies with all applicable directives and regulations
to which it is subject
CE marking is a prerequisite for the European Union.of equipment in the
Affixed to a product, the CE marking certifies that it complies with all directives applicable to it, i.e. it meets the essential requirements set by these same "new approach" directives.
Machines; interchangeable equipment; safety components; lifting accessories; chains, cables, and straps; removable mechanical transmission devices; quasi-machines.
Various equipment is excluded from this scope. For example: means of transport by air, water, rail network, firearms, electrical and electronic products covered by the Low Voltage Directive, machines for nuclear use, etc.
A set of equipment designed or intended to be equipped with a drive system other than human or animal force applied directly, composed of parts or components linked together, at least one of which is mobile, and which are assembled solidly for a specific application
Known as a "new approach" directive, the machinery directive defines essential requirements and different procedures to demonstrate compliance.
The EHSRs are divided into two categories:
To validate safety objectives, in addition to the electrical risk directly governed by the "Machinery" Directive, it includes EMC requirements and mechanical requirements, fire resistance, chemical risk, radiation, etc., even though the EMC and Low Voltage Directives do not apply. The expertise of our EMC and electrical safety laboratories is an additional asset at your service for obtaining your CE marking.
Our Radio laboratories and our Notified Body under the RED directive are involved as a complement if your equipment is concerned.
Our technical and regulatory assistance is available from the study phase to the market launch of your equipment
Development and validation, market launch
Located in the heart of the North Franche Comté automotive cluster, R&D Moteurs was inaugurated on October 28, 2011 in Brognard.