Service for UKCA marking
UKCA conformity for electrical and electronic products
Your are a manufacturer or importer of electrical and electronic products and need certainty that you sell your devices in a UKCA-compliant manner in Great Britain?
We tell you which standards apply to your product, which verification documents you need, whether they are up to date and complete, or even what information must be on the type plate of the device.
In short, how you can meet all the requirements regarding the UKCA marking of your product.
Compliance solutions for UKCA marking in Great Britain
No matter to what extent you are affected or how much support you need, with us you will find the right help for your company – individual and with transparent costs around the UKCA marking of electrical products.
We create a list of the regulatory requirements applicable to your product's compliance in Great Britain (UKCA) in English.
We create a draft of the UKCA declaration of conformity for your product in English, based on the UKCA requirements list.
We check the operating instructions, the type plate and the packaging of your product with regard to prescribed markings, warnings and technical specifications for the UK.
What are the costs?
Where does the UKCA marking apply?
UKCA labelling applies in England, Wales and Scotland.
UKCA – UK Conformity Assessed is a new UK product marking used for goods placed on the market in the UK. It covers most goods that previously required CE marking. The UKCA marking came into force on 1 January 2021. However, to give companies time to adapt to the new requirements, you can continue to use the CE marking until 1 January 2022 in most cases.
In Northern Ireland EU conformity markings continue to be used to show that goods meet EU rules. For most manufactured goods, this is the CE marking.
UKNI – If you are using a UK body to carry out mandatory third-party conformity assessment, then you also need to apply a UKNI marking You never apply the UKNI marking on its own – it always accompanies an EU conformity marking, such as the CE marking. Goods with both the CE and UKNI marking cannot be placed on the market in the EU.
Electrical safety, electromagnetic compatibility & Co. – Exactely the world we live in!
As a manufacturer or importer of electrical and electronic products, you are subject to a number of regulations concerning UKCA labelling.
And this is exactly where our expertise lies. We are specialised in product conformity in the areas of:
- Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 2016
- Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulations 2016
- Radio Equipment Regulations 2017
- Energy labelling: REGULATION (EU) 2017/1369 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 4 July 2017 setting a framework for energy labelling and repealing Directive 2010/30/EU (as retained in UK law and amended)
- The Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulations 2012