An Introduction to CE Marking

On 1st July 2013 it became law for products sold in the EU and covered by a harmonised European Norm (hEN) or European Technical Assessment (ETA) to carry a CE mark.

Some suppliers have failed to meet the July 2013 CE mark deadline. As a distributer, contractor or specifier it is YOUR LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY to ensure that any products you sell, oversee on site or specify are CE marked.

If products are not CE compliant your supplier is putting you at unnecessary risk of legal action. Failure to comply leaves you open to financial penalties and product withdrawal from Trading Standards, and puts you at risk of future product claims where a product is identified as illegal for not being CE compliant.

Find out more about CE Marking by viewing our presentation below:


For your peace of mind all Visqueen structural waterproofing and gas protection membranes are fully CE compliant. You can download Visqueen’s Guide to CE Marking together with our FPC certificate and a Declaration of Performance (DoP) is supplied for each applicable product on the relevant product page.
If you have any questions regarding CE marking please don’t hesitate to Contact Visqueen.

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