CE Marking

All SAS Systems that are subject to a hEN require a Declaration of Performance (DoP), which shows the actual performance of the product. Products, packaging or accompanying documents need to include the CE mark and its performance.

CE Marking came into force on 24th April 2011 under the Construction Products Directive; full legislation relating to UK manufactures, importers and distributors came into force on the 1st July 2013 under the Construction Products Regulation (CPR).

It only applies to Harmonised European standards (hEN) and voluntarily for European Technical Assessments (ETA) where they have been issued. Details of conformity are published in Annex ZA of each relevant standard.

All products that are subject to a hEN require a Declaration of Performance (DoP), which shows the actual performance of the product.


 

SAS Systems CE Marking

EN 13964:2014/A1:2006: Metal ceiling tiles and all supporting grid

EN 14037-1:2003: Radiant Heating Panels

Currently there are no requirements to CE mark Partitioning or Doors. Partitioning is optional under an ETA and the standard for Door sets (EN 16034) is still out for public consultation.

All other SAS manufactured products are not currently covered by a hEN and therefore do not currently require CE marking.