CE Marking test on systems fired by solid fuel
The CE Marking means a product’s conformity with the essential health and safety requirements that are applicable to and imposed on the manufacturer, according to the principles of the European Parlament Decision 768/2008 CE.
The CE Marking is a formal declaration made by manufacturer that the product complies with all the European requirements and that the applicable conformity assessment process have been carried out on this product.
ceis, independent laboratory, is accredited by ENAC as Control Body (OC-L-343), first Spanish laboratory that tests on solid fuel heaters. This accreditation allows being Notified Body designated by the Ministry of Industry for the performance of type tests aiming at obtain the CE Marking ( Regulation (UE) nº305/2011 on Construction Products)
ceis has the most complete equipment for the characterization of:
- Stoves, according to UNE EN 13240
- Cookers, according to UNE EN 12815
- Inset appliances, according to UNE EN 13229
- Pellet appliances, according to UNE EN 14785
- Residential boilers, according to UNE EN 12809
The solid fuel appliances are tested on product type, that assess the requirements of construction, safety and performance (power, energy efficiency and emissions).
ceis has enlarged its capacities to test biomass boilers according to the EN 303-5 standard, performing tests on compliance with the safety and performance requirements including the measurement of NOx and hydrocarbon emissions.
Come on to the market, the emission requiremets (NOx, hydrocarbons and particles), will be mandatory for the compliance with the Ecodesign Directive and will be included in the new product standards to be published in 2016.
Manufacturers are responsible to comply with the essential requirements CE Marking are the manufacturers. Don’t wait, test your products for the whole European market. Please do not hesitate to request your budget.