CE Mark


CE directives are designed to help business and government officials to understand the new laws, the EU’s standardization process, and the relationship between the European Commission and the European standardization bodies in the European Union.

The CE Mark is compulsory within the context of the application of EC New Approach Directives. Thus, CE marking can, be regarded as the product’s ‘trade passport’ for Europe.

The CE marking (“ConformiteEuropeenne”) certifies that a product has met EU health, safety, and environmental requirements, which ensure consumer safety.

The directives requiring CE marking affect the following product groups:

Active implantable medical devices

Appliances burning gaseous fuels

Cableway installations designed to carry persons

Eco-design of energy related products

Electromagnetic compatibility

Equipment and protective systems intended for use potentially explosive atmospheres

Explosives for civil uses

Hot-water boilers

In vitro diagnostic medical devices


Low voltage


Measuring Instruments

Medical devices

Noise emission in the environment

Non-automatic weighing instruments

Personal protective equipment

Pressure equipment


Radio and telecommunications terminal equipment

Recreational craft

Safety of toys

Simple pressure vessel