CE MARKING

+ EN 1090-1 - CE labeling for steel or aluminium structural elements.

EN 1090-1:2009/EC 1-2011 regulation will be effect beginning on July 1st, 2014. There is a provision for CE labeling, according to the 305/2011 European guideline, concerning aluminium and steel structural elements in construction: from metal stairs to lofts, from roofing to entire buildings (or part of). Regulation introduces Execution classes and concept, in terms of requirements for the creation of an entire building, a single element or just a simple detail. As a consequence, it specifies an appropriate quality level on the strength of the safety that is desired. CE labeling therefore indicates if the building is in compliance with the expected use.

+ MARKING METHODS
ACTIVITY METHOD 1 METHOD 2 METHOD 3B METHOD 3A
Calculations of the structural project for the single element. NONE
(except for production, storage, and loading phases).
YES
Eurocodes based.
YES
National legislation (DM 14/01/08) based.
NONE
Calculation provided by customers (except for production, storage and loading if not provided).
Basis of production. MPS
Specifications of the component provided by the manufacturer.
MPCS
Specifications of the component provided by the manufacturer.
MPCS
Specifications of the component provided by the manufacturer.
MPCS
Specifications of the component provided by the manufacturer.
Statement on elements features. Information about structures and materials, useful for estimate and structural calculations. Delivered elements must be in agreement with the EN1090-1 rule, with reference to Eurocodes and resistances given as distinct value, or project. Delivered elements must be in agreement with the project's specs set by the producer or so as to national legislation planning. Delivered elements must be in agreement with the project's specs set by customer.