Windows and external doors: another step towards CE marking

Date: 19 January 2002
Source: UNI
CEN has submitted a draft standard to the preliminary inquiry phase destined to provide information required for CE marking of windows and external pedestrian doors.

It is prEN 14351:2001 "Windows and external pedestrian doors - Product standard", destined to become a harmonised standard in support of Directive 89/106 "Construction Products".The UNI commission Products and systems for the building organisation which follows work on this subject on a national level, is evaluating the document to present the national opinion within the deadline set at the end of April 2002.

600450 Windows and external doors: another step towards CE marking
Date: 19 January 2002
Source: UNI

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