Construction Products Regulation
CE marking is used to indicate that products bearing its logo conform to EU safety, health and environmental protection requirements. It shows that the manufacturer has checked that its products comply with EU legislation before making them available to buy.
On July 1 2013, the Construction Products Regulations came into force, making CE marking mandatory in the EU, including the UK, for those products covered by a harmonised European standard (hEN) or European Technical Assessment (ETA).
This means that construction products must be CE marked to legally sell them anywhere within the EU, including the UK.
We must make a declaration of performance (DoP) for our products to show they comply with the relevant standards and make declarations available on request. Proof is demonstrated by these declarations of performance, with the supporting test evidence held in our technical files.
The CE mark does not have to physically appear on the products themselves.
The harmonised standards that cover Anglian products are:
- EN 14351-1: Windows and doors. Product standard, performance characteristics. Windows and external pedestrian doorsets without resistance to fire and/or smoke leakage characteristics.
- EN 1279-5: Glass in building. Insulating glass units.
- EN 12150-2: Glass in building. Thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass. Evaluation of conformity/product standard.
- EN 13241-1: Industrial, commercial and garage doors and gates. Product standard. Products without fire resistance or smoke control characteristics
All performance certificates are available upon request.