The technical documentation is an important part of ensuring the implementation of legal requirements. This includes the risk assessment in accordance with the Machinery Directive, the creation of operating instructions, maintenance instructions, assembly instructions and other documentation to ensure CE conformity. Machines require a declaration of conformity, which must be drawn up by the manufacturer or distributor (e.g. importer). For old machines manufactured from 1995 onwards that do not yet have a CE mark, the CE must be issued retrospectively. The CE must also be created if individual machines are linked to form a complete machine or changes are made to machines or systems. By affixing the CE mark, the manufacturer confirms that the product complies with the product-specific applicable European directives.
For certification, they support you in testing the systems and advise you in all the necessary steps for CE marking: from the determination of all relevant directives and standards to the prescribed risk assessment to technical documentation and implementation. Upon successful completion of the procedure, you will receive a declaration of conformity, which is provided with a CE mark.
Our services include:
- Consulting, standards research with regard to safety-relevant standards
- Risk assessment according to Annex V Machinery Directive 2006/42 / EC
- Evaluation of the functional safety
- Technical documentation (operating, operating and maintenance instructions)
- Certificate of successful procedure Tests and system modification as required