CE-MARKING of machines/equipment & steel constructions

STENSBO ensures an effective and thorough process with a balance between attention for detail and keep it simple

Effective counseling on CE marking and risk assessment – with attention for the details

CE marking is a key indicator, demonstrating product compliance with EU legislation.
As a general rule the manufacturer is responsible for CE marking machines according to the EU directive 2006/42/EC.

The CE marking indicates that a product is controlled and complies with the requirements it requires to sell it on a defined market. The CE marking also includes product groups under the machinery directive.

At STENSBO we are experts at CE marking, therefore we are able to help you to a thorough and effective risk assessment and CE marking of your products.

The Machinery Directive applies to the following:

  • Machines
  • Interchangeable equipment
  • Safety components
  • Lifting and lifting accessories
  • Chains, ropes and straps
  • Removable mechanical transmission shafts
  • Partly completed machinery
CE marking of machines and equipment using:
  • Technical file
  • Declaration of Conformity
  • Risk assessment
  • Operating Instructions
  • Suggestions for security solutions
  • Updated standards that comes with specific machines / components related to conformity assessment procedures

CE-Marking and Directives in general

Pursuant to Article 118a of the Treaty (Council Directive of 12 June 1989 “Framework Directive 89/391 / EEC”), by the adoption of directives, the Council is required to adopt minimum requirements with a view to improving, in particular, the working environment in order to ensure a higher level of protection for the workers security and health.

Directives apply to all types of private and public activities (industry, agriculture, commerce, administration, services, education, cultural activities, recreation, etc.). However, there are some exceptions in the directives depending on their scope of application.

The main purpose of these directives is
  • Promote workplace safety and health
  • Free movement between the EU states

CE marking / Risk assessment according to the Machinery Directive 2006/42 / EC

CE marking / Risk assessment according to the Machinery Directive 2006/42 / EC
As a rule, it is the manufacturer’s responsibility to risk assess and CE mark their machines according to EU Directive 2006/42 / EC.
STENSBO is your business partner when machines or equipment must be risk-assessed and CE-marked.

STENSBO has the expertise to carry out CE marking in accordance with the Machinery Directive 2006/42 / EC. We oversee the process when you, as a manufacturer, must have completed the labeling and ensure that the process is fast and efficient. This means that you experience a simple process where our attentive eyes find and include all the necessary details needed to complete the labeling.

If the machine or equipment is covered by additional directives such as PED, ATEX or EN 1090, these are of course included as part of the process and the CE marking.

Read more about how STENSBO can help you with the construction of CE Labeled machines→

CE-Marking of steel construction/EN 1090090

At STENSBO, we can help with guidance and calculations of steel and aluminum constructions, see Eurocodes.
Bearing steel structures used in construction must be CE marked and meet the requirements of EN 1090-1.
STENSBO has extensive experience with guidance for large and small companies that manufacture steel structures for the construction industry.

Examples of components that must be CE marked:

  • Steel Frame and columns
  • Balconies and stairs
  • Half roofs and bicycle sheds

The producing company must have a certified production management system. One example is that the products must be labeled and declared correctly.

CE marking by the manufacturer indicates that the product complies with all applicable requirements of Union harmonization legislation.

Read more about how STENSBO can help you with the construction of CE Marked steel structures→

If you would like more information about CE Marking, you can contact us here - or call +45 6340 5275