What is CE Marking Certification?

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What is CE Marking Certification?
August 26, 2015 No comments

Safety and quality have always been hallmarks of Oneida Air Systems. This has been proven once again by Oneida being accredited CE Marking Certification for select dust collection systems. This certification was awarded after an extensive inspection process performed by a Oneida Air's experienced team of engineers and a certified third party inspections agency.

CE Marking Compliance Certification requires strict adherence to certain EU Product Directives¹ and regulations related to safety features of the systems including: grounding, static discharge, voltage requirements, spark/flame, and more. The term initially used was "EC Mark" and it was officially replaced by "CE Marking" in the Directive 93/68/EEC in 1993. CE Marking is now used in all EU official documents.

What this means for you, the customer:

  • Oneida Air Systems has developed new models of our dust collection systems specifically for the European Market - Available by phone order only
  • System part #s are prefixed by EXP to denote that they are export models. Applicable systems include:
  • CE Marking on a product indicates to governmental officials that the product may be legally placed on the market in their country
  • CE Marking on a product ensures the free movement of the product within the EFTA and European Union (EU) single market (total 28 countries)
  • CE Marking on a product permits the withdrawal of the non-conforming products by customs and enforcement/vigilance authorities

This new safety certification can help with customers seeking compliance with federal and regional agencies and more. Along with more directives' becoming effective, more and more products are required to bear the CE Marking for gaining access to the EFTA and European Union market. For more information please contact a sales representative at 1-800-732-4065 or send us a message online

¹ Product Directives contains the "essential requirements" and/or "performance levels" and "Harmonized Standards" to which the products must conform. Harmonized Standards are the technical specifications (European Standards or Harmonization Documents) which are established by several European standards agencies (CEN, CENELEC, etc).