Keeping equipment within acceptable noise limits
All equipment outlined in the Noise Directive must bear the CE Marking to demonstrate compliance to the Directive. European Union member states must allow equipment bearing the CE Marking to enter their markets, fulfilling the European Union’s mandate of free movement of goods and services within its boundaries. If you manufacture equipment under these specifications with the intention of sending them to the EU, compliance is mandatory. The directive, which was adopted on July 3, 2000, covers a wide range of products, including:
The EU Noise Directive applies to 57 types of equipment, each defined in Annex I and listed either in Article 12, or Article 13, of the Directive.
Equipment listed in Article 12 is subject to noise limits and the involvement of a Notified Body is mandatory. Equipment listed in article 12 cannot be legally placed on the market without a Notified Body certification. Equipment not subject to sound power level limitation is listed in Article 13, where TÜV SÜD can act as a third party for measurement, or as a consultant – providing needed expertise.
Partnering with TÜV SÜD, a Notified Body, will ensure that your products comply with the requirements of EU Noise Directive 2000/14/EC.
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