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CE-marking for products within the construction chain from cement and bitumen to structural steels and firefighting systems.

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Construction Products Directive

The purpose of the CPR Regulation (EU) 305/2011 is to ensure the free movement of all construction products within the European Union by harmonizing national laws with respect to the essential requirements applicable to these products in terms of health and safety. The essential requirements are not addressed to the product as such but to the finished construction, which assume that the product is used as intended by the manufacturer. 

Manufacturers of construction products can use harmonized European standards for CE marking purposes only after they have been published in the Official Journal. The requirements in the standards shall take into account one or several of the following essential requirements: 

  • Mechanical resistance and stability.
  • Safety in case of fire.
  • Hygiene, health and the environment.
  • Safety in use.
  • Protection against noise.
  • Energy economy and heat retention. 

How can we help? 

Manufacturers wishing to CE-mark their products to specific harmonized standards under the CPR can be assisted by us on a global basis. We are notified for CPR in five countries (No. 0496-Italy, 0527-Denmark,1162-Sweden, 1337-Finland and 2388-Netherlands) where we deliver certification services according to the following products or product groups subject to the regulation: 

  • Aggregates Road construction products
  • Bitumen and bituminous binders
  • Bituminous mixtures
  • Steel and Aluminium components
  • Structural metallic products and ancillaries
  • Structural timber
  • Surface dressing
  • Welding consumables

On request we can audit and certify the manufacturers Factory Production Control system for these product families.

We can also provide guidance and training for a better understanding of the requirements in the specific harmonized standards as well as in the CPR Regulation (EU) 305/2011.