We offer product testing, inspection and product conformity assessment services in accordance with several EU regulations, including Electromagnetic Compatibility, Low Voltage, Machine Safety, Medical Devices, ATEX.

With the LVD and EMC Test Laboratory and expert engineer team, Ege Test Center completes the CE certificate / marking works of your products in a high quality and fast way.

What is CE Certificate?

CE certificate / mark the European Union and Turkey sold, produced, imported and exported goods of minimum safety, health and environmental protection is controlled according to the requirements / evaluation indicates. 

The products which are obliged to bear the CE certificate / mark are determined by the product directives.If a case of EU member countries and Turkey made exports and imports or produced within the borders of Turkey and the introduction of the internal market, CE certificate / mark must be found and CE certification work is required.

CE Certificate / mark carries the nature of industrial passport, it ensures the free movement of products in our country and in EU member countries. Products without CE certificate cannot be sold in our country and EU market.

The CE certificate / mark indicates that the products covered by the New Approach Directives are in conformity with the directive.

The CE certificate / sign indicates that the manufacturer has fulfilled the obligations of the directive.It declares that it has completed its conformity assessment procedures. As a result, member states cannot impose restrictions on the product unless there is clear evidence of the distrust of the product.


  • The directives for which the CE certificate is to be taken are determined.
  • Once the directives have been determined, the standards in the directives are determined.
  • CE certificate will be taken according to the product testing and reporting standards.
  • A technical document of the product to be received CE certificate is prepared and the EC declaration of conformity is published.
  • CE certificate is placed according to the product.
  • It shall be kept for the period specified in the directive of the Product Technical File relating to the product and shall be archived in such a way that it can be presented to the competent authorities / competent authorities / market surveillance authorities.


The CE marking consists of the initials of the French word ”Conformité Européenné CE and refers to it Eligibility for Europe CE . The CE marking is a sign that the products will not harm the environment with human life and property, plant and animal presence if they are used in accordance with their purpose, in other words, the product is a safe product.

CE marking , allowing the free circulation within the product AB, January 1, 2004 which is also used compulsory in Turkey as the internal market, but the manufacturer’s warranty statement together is a sign that the nature of the passport of a care products.

CE Mark is not a quality mark. The CE Mark is not a brand from any location and is affixed to the product / packaging / document by the manufacturer.

The format of the CE marking should be as follows in the relevant directives. If the CE mark is enlarged or narrowed, the ratios must be maintained.


  • The CE Certificate ensures the free circulation and marketing of the product in the European Union countries and in the domestic market.
  • The CE Certificate specifies the conformity of the product with the EU technical legislation.
  • The CE marking indicates that the product is at least safe.
  • Producers must put the CE marking in the domestic market and in the EU market so that they can sell their products.
  • The CE Mark serves as a kind of industrial passport.
  • CE Certificate is definitely not a quality brand and warranty certificate.
  • The CE Mark indicates the level at which the quality begins.
  • CE marked product In EU countries, it is not possible to reject the legal grounds for norms.
  • The CE Mark is an indication of compliance with the new approach directives.
  • As long as your products have a CE Mark, importers, distributors and sales representatives will find it easier to do business with you than with business because they don’t have to deal with complex compliance issues and product certification that requires professional in-depth expertise.


  1. Define the Regulations that apply to your product. You can download these directives for free from the EU website or official newspaper. If your product does not fall under any of these Regulations, the ‘CE’ mark is not currently available. You can find more information on the website of the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.
  2. Determine the required conformity assessment procedure. This may be self-declaration, may require testing, inspection or quality system assessment from an Notified Body or a combination thereof. The conformity assessment procedure depends on your product and the CE Marking Regulation.
  3. Specify the date on which you need to take action. This Directive shall be the date of entry into force of this Directive. The majority of directives are already in force. In these cases, it is a crime against the market without a CE Certificate , as it indicates that there is a presumption of conformity to all relevant legislation.
  4. Determine whether there is any harmonized European Standard applicable to the product. Although there is a presumption of compliance with these standards to the relevant part of the Directive, they are not always mandatory for producers. Manufacturers should follow harmonized standards where possible or where appropriate.
  5. Ensure that the product complies with all the essential requirements of the Directive (s). Take appropriate measures to fulfill or identify existing data and test reports.
  6. Test, inspection and inspection according to harmonized standards.
  7. Maintain the technical documentation required by the Directive (s). Your Technical File should support your compliance with the requirements of the Regulations. It is essential to keep this documentation for 10 years.
  8. Prepare the Declaration of Conformity and the necessary supporting evidence. The Declaration of Conformity together with the Technical Documentation must be available to the Competent Authorities (EU Members) upon request.
  9. Check that there are no other national requirements in the countries where the product will be sold. These may include national standards, labeling or packaging requirements.
  10. Put CE Mark in your product and / or package and accompanying literature as stated in the Directive.


Does your product meet CE marking requirements? If you plan to sell your product to the European market, you must demonstrate compliance with the health and safety regulations set by the EU. The aim of the CE marking is to prove the safety and quality of the products to be sold in the European market and to promote fair trade. The CE marking is the document that the manufacturer declares that the product has been tested and is in compliance with all major safety and health standards. The CE marking can be applied to any product type from children’s toys or construction equipment.


The first step is to prove the conformity of CE before it is ready to sell your product in the European market. EGE TEST CENTER helps its valuable customers in this process. Our experts make an assessment based on current EU directives, such as our Technical Accumulation and Test Laboratory, the Low Voltage Directive of your Products (2014/35 / AB) or the Regulation on Electromagnetic Compatibility (2014/30 / AB) Machinery Safety Regulation. If the tested and approved products meet all of the Essential Requirements of the appropriate Directives, the product may carry the CE Certificate.

Free trade without obligations is not possible. 
The main objective of the CE marking is to facilitate the free trade of EU products by reducing the impact of physical boundaries between member states. Second, another important objective is compliance with EEA’s legal obligations for safety, health and the environment. This is related to both job security and public interest protection.

The requirements for the CE certificate are set out in the directives and regulations. Member States shall apply the requirements of the directive in accordance with national legislation and regulations. This shall result in the harmonization of all legislation to free trade throughout the EEA.

The CE marking usually includes the following obligations:

> Carry out a risk analysis for the product. What are the hazards of the product?
What are the risks for people, animals, goods, or the environment?

> Delivering an instruction manual in the user’s language.
In addition, the prohibitions and warnings include installation, inspection and maintenance instructions.

> Preparation and signature of EU declaration of conformity. The manufacturer (or importer for EEA) declares standards according to the product’s specified Directives or regulations.

> Preparation of technical documents. This document will include design data, drawings, calculations and test reports.

In addition, it is possible to show that the necessary requirements have been fulfilled in the design data.



CE Certificate, Iceland, Norway and Turkey, including EU member states and EFTA (European Free Trade Association) is necessary for their country.


Technical File , the product’s CE Certificate  technical knowledge of the products that it can move, which shows the nature of the relevant directives and the evidence of conformity to standards and is required to prepare the presentation file. In other words, the Technical File consists of bringing together all kinds of documents that justify the CE marking of the product .

The Technical File must be up-to-date to minimize the risks that the product carries and to meet the basic safety requirements to the fullest. After the technical file is prepared and the CE mark is applied, the related risks should be taken, if any, the measures should be taken and the necessary tests should be done.

The Technical File must be kept available and kept for at least 10 years.

Technical File contents and titles may vary according to the relevant directives but generally should be as follows;

  • EC Declaration of Conformity
  • Information about the manufacturer
  • Product information and technical information
  • Operation and maintenance manual
  • Electrical drawings
  • Technical drawings
  • Product information and warning labels
  • List of applicable regulations and standards
  • Test reports
  • Product specific risk analysis list
  • Proper documentation and certificates of the components
  • Technical file preparation and storage procedure

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