CE Certification Machine Adaptation

Machine Directive - 2006/42/WE

Machine Directive sets out the minimum health and safety requirements for machinery placed on the market or put into service after 2004.           

Use of Work Equipment Directive - 2009/104/WE

The directive concerning health and safety requirements for the use of work equipment by workers at work. It is also applied a basis for adaptation of machines manufactured before 2004 to the minimum requirements.


Low Voltage Directive - 2014/35/UE

The Directive ensures that electrical equipment within certain voltage limits is designed and manufactured in accordance with safety requirements and provides a high level of protection for people, animals and property.                        


RoHS Compliance - 2011/65/UE

Directive on requirements for restricted use of certain substances that can be found in electronic and electrical equipment that may have adverse effects on the environment. It aims to reduce the amount of hazardous substances that enter the environment from electrical and electronic waste.             


Implementation of Lock-out Tag-out Procedures

LOTO procedures set out general requirements for controlling hazardous energy during service or maintenance of machines or equipment. The procedure referes to safe shut-offs (isolation), lockout and tagging of machines. 

Certification of Robot Cells

Industrial robots are becoming more and more widely used in our industry. this is why we can audit projects or finished machines in order to confirm their compliance with the guidelines regarding robots and robot cells.  

Designing Machine Safety Systems

Safety system design is an important part of our activity. We are there to share our knowledge and experience with you and design safety systems for your machines that will meet the latest standards. 


Authorised representative within EU

Entities from non-EU member states must meet all the requirements of the relevant directives and obtain CE marking for their products to be legally sold within EU. We are ready to become your European Authorised Representative and adapt your machines to the requirements of the directives.                        

Calculating Safe Mounting Distances for Safeguards

Safe mounting distances for safeguards are calculated in order to ensure that safeguards mounted on the machine are capable of stopping all hazardous movements of the machine before contacting human body. The minimum safety distance is most often calculated for light curtains and laser scanners.             

Verification of Declarations of Conformity for Free

Declaration of conformity is a document confirming the compliance of a product with the relevant directive or directives. the product must meet certain requirements that we can verify for free.