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- May 02, 2018 -

The CE certification constitutes the "major requirement" of the core of the European Directive. It was formulated and implemented as required in the EC's Resolution of 85/C136/01 "Technical Coordination and Standards for New Methods" dated May 7, 1985. The "main requirement" of the directive has a specific meaning, that is, it is limited to the basic safety requirements of products that do not endanger the safety of humans, animals and goods, rather than the general quality requirements. The coordination directive only stipulates the main requirements. The general directive requirements are the standard tasks. . Products comply with the relevant requirements of the relevant directives, can be attached CE mark, not according to the relevant standards to determine the general quality of the CE mark can be used. Therefore, the exact meaning is: CE mark is a safety mark rather than a quality mark. All products bearing the “CE” mark can be sold within the EU member states without having to meet the requirements of each member country, thus achieving free circulation of goods within the EU member states.

CE certification means that the product has reached the safety requirements stipulated by the EU Directive; it is a commitment of the company to consumers and increases consumer trust in the product.