Directive2014/30/EC

DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENTAND OF THE COUNCIL of 26 February 2014 on the harmonisation of the laws of theMember States relating to electromagnetic compatibility

This directiveis a new approach directive. It contains the essential requirements thatmust be met for the purpose of the presumption of conformity of the products.
The essential requirements are deemed to have been automatically met if theproduct is created in conformity with the harmonised rules in force.Alternatively, the intervention of a body able to assess the product´sconformity may be required.

Directive2014/35/EC

DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEANPARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 26 February 2014 on the harmonisation of thelaws of the Member States relating to the making available on the market ofelectrical equipment designed for use within certain voltage limits

This directiveis a new approach directive. It contains the essential requirements thatmust be met for the purpose of the presumption of conformity of the products.The essential requirements are deemed to have been automatically met if theproduct is created in conformity with the harmonised rules in force.

Directive2014/53/EC

DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEANPARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 16 April 2014 on the harmonisation of the lawsof the Member States relating to radio equipment being made available on themarket and repealing Directive 1999/5/EC

This directiveis a new approach directive. It contains the essential requirementsthat must be met for the purpose of the presumption of conformity of the products.The essential requirements are deemed to have been automatically met if theproduct is created in conformity with the harmonised rules in force.

Directive97/24/EC

Directive of the EuropeanParliament and of the Council of 17 June 1997 on certain components andcharacteristics of two or three-wheel motor vehicles

The directive applies to:

  • tyres,
  • lighting and light-signalling devices,
  • external projections,
  • rear-view mirrors,
  • measures to counter air pollution,
  • fuel tanks,
  • measures to counter tampering,
  • electromagnetic compatibility,
  • permissible sound level and exhaust systems,
  • coupling devices and attachments,
  • safety belt anchorages and safety belts,
  • glazing, windscreen wipers and washers and de-icing and demisting devices

Directive2004/104/EC

Commission Directive of 14October 2004 adapting to technical progress Council Directive 72/245/EEC.

The directiveapplies to radio interference (electromagnetic compatibility) of motorvehicles. The directive provides for EEC type-approval or national type-approvalof a type of vehicle, component or technical unit for electromagneticcompatibility aspects.

Directive2009/142/EC

Directive of the EuropeanParliament and of the Council of 30 November 2009 relating to appliancesburning gaseous fuels

This directive concerns:

  • appliances burning gaseous fuels used for cooking, heating, hot water production, refrigeration, lighting or washing and having, where applicable, a normal water temperature not exceeding 105įC. Forced draught burners and heating bodies to be equipped with forced draught burners shall also be considered as appliances
  • safety devices, controlling devices or regulating devices and sub-assemblies, other than forced draught burners and heating bodies to be equipped with such burners, separately marketed for trade use and designed to be incorporated into an appliance burning gaseous fuel or assembled to constitute such an appliance. Appliances specifically designed for use in industrial processes carried out on industrial premises shall be excluded from the scope of this directive.

Collaborations:Kiwa Italia S.p.A.
The Crei-Ven laboratory is authorised by KiwaItalia S.p.A., Notified Body 0694 to carry out EMC tests on GASequipment.

Directive93/42/EC

The directive applies to medical devices(MD) and related accessories. For the purposes of this directive, reference ismade to the definitions that are useful for the classification of various MD.

CE marking is required in order to market a MD. To this end, Article 11 describesthe procedures for conformity assessment: depending on the class to which thedevice belongs, the checks can be more or less stringent (ranging from simpleself-certification by the manufacturer for class I devices, to rigorous checks duringthe design and manufacturing processes for class III devices).


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