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CE Marking Accreditation - Excecution Class 4
In January 2016 Carver Engineering underwent our annual audit on all manufacturing procedures in order to gain accreditation under BS EN 1090-2. After 1 days of detailed investigation we was delighted to receive the verdict that confirmed that we are able to continue fabricating products of the highest standard. We can confirm that we are in a position to manufacture products up to execution class 4 which is the highest tier covered within the standard.
This recognition confirms to our customers that Carver Engineering continues to deliver engineering excellence, manufacturing products known for high quality. This emphasises our commitment to improving the organisation and shows that Carver have a proven capability when it comes to high quality Steel Fabrication.
A huge thanks goes out to all members of staff at Carver Engineering who continue to embrace change and overcome these technical challenges which has resulted in us earning this accolade.
For those unsure of what the mandatory CE marking means and the Implication it may have on your business please see below:
The deadline for the mandatory CE Marking of fabricated steelwork is 30th June 2014. After this date it will be illegal to trade fabricated steelwork and related products on the European market. CE Marking is regulated by criminal law and the penalties for not CE Marking and incorrect CE Marking, if found guilty, are a fine, imprisonment or both. CE Marking applies to vast majority of steel structures including buildings, bridges, towers and masts and has implications for all steelwork contractors, steel stockholders, service centres and distributors. It also applies to manufacturers of light-gauge purlins, decking and sheeting and the manufacturers of proprietary products including cellular beams etc. It also has implications for galvanizers and steel benders.
Carver Engineering are the UK’s leading Structural Steel Fabrication Experts - if you have a project enquiry please call us on +44 (0)1302 751900 or send us your enquiry using our contact form here