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| On 13 December, a political agreement was reached by the EU Parliament, the Council of the EU, and the EU Commission, on the revision of the Construction Products Regulation (CPR).
| The marking confirms cylindrically curved tempered and laminated glass performance in accredited, independent research laboratories.
| For sealant manufacturers from the EU, Great Britain is an important market, but here too, the products must be marked with a UKCA mark.
| The recognition of the CE marking for construction products in the UK will be extended for a further 2.5 years. The new deadline is therefore set for 30 June 2025.
| ES-Guard M is a universal, mobile laser marking system that enables the non-destructive marking of coated and uncoated surfaces, insulated glass, and both textured and smooth glass.
| The HEGLA team has recently introduced a new laser marking system which provides a unique identification technique that can provide automated or manual scanning of any profiles at any time in the manufacturing process.
| Glass for Europe is a firm believer in the added-value of a single market for construction products and does not support a repeal of the Construction Products Regulation and its replacement by a Mutual Recognition Scheme.
| The product standard EN 16034 can be used with effect from 01/11/2016 for the CE mark.
| Thermoflex Warm Edge Spacer can now be supplied with insulated glass (IG) sealed unit manufacturer company details inkjet-printed on its surface.
| GGF Members’ Day was hailed a great success by Members and Staff alike as over 100 delegates attended and saw a packed conference programme of 16 presentations at the prestigious Glaziers’ Hall in London.
| Richard Bate, Build Check’s Technical Director, warns companies looking to add triple glazed windows that they should ensure they are covered with a valid CE Mark.
| Retainagroup’ s new and unique glass marking laser systems are currently being used by Tecnoglass of Colombia in tandem with their new tempering ovens.
| The ift Rosenheim is an accredited and notified body as required by the CPR.The entry into force of the CPR (Construction Products Regulation) on 1 July 2013 creates numerous changes not just for manufacturers, but for notified bodies as well.
| Many column inches have been devoted to CE Marking in recent months in the advent of the mandatory July 1st deadline.
| CE Marking is here. Failure to comply could now result in Trading Standards Officers taking alleged offenders to courts, where in proven cases, custodial sentences of up to 3 months / and or up to a £5000 fine can be imposed.
| With more than five years of successful CE marking compliance behind it and an easy-to-use web portal in place, GLASSOLUTIONS has moved to reassure window fabricators and installers concerned about the change in law on 1st July.
| As you may have already heard, on Monday 1st July 2013 the United Kingdom is joining with the rest of Europe to introduce the Construction Products Regulation (CPR).
| As of July 1st 2013, CE Marking, will be a legal requirement under the Construction Product Regulation (CPR).
| Leading industry fabricator, Cutting Edge Ltd has recently achieved the PAS 23 and PAS 24 industry accreditations with BSI in relation to all pvcu doors within the range.
| A guide designed to help building professionals correctly specify CE marked timber doorsets has been published by the Door & Hardware Federation (DHF).