The Construction Products Regulation (CPR) has established harmonized standards in order to standardize the quality control of construction product manufacturing, guarantee free trade and ensure the unlimited use of qualified products within the European Union.
CPR requires all metal producing and processing companies wanting to sell construction products in the European Union to certify their factory production control (FPC). Manufacturers of hot-rolled steel products or aluminum components, for example, need FPC in compliance with the harmonized specification EN 1090-1.All construction products meant for the European market must be CPR compliant with the main focus primarily on written “Declaration of Performance” and modified CE marking . TÜV Rheinland is recognized as one of the first notified bodies for the EN 1090 standard and provides help in handling practical issues and regulatory demands in order for, construction products to be sold across the EU.
With manufacturer certification of EN 1090 compliance by TÜV Rheinland services for certifying factory production control according to EN 1090 enable, you tocan:
ContactPlease feel free to contact us at TÜV Rheinland to learn more about how our EN 1090 compliance services can benefit your company!
CertificationAs a basis for certification according to EN 1090 depends on1090ff, your company must pass several run-up conditionstests, such as:
TÜV Rheinland provides services to fulfill prerequisites and is happy to assist in any way.
TÜV Rheinland is one of the Notified Bodies (NBs) working within the Construction Products Regulation (CPR) authorized to carry out performance and conformity certification of construction products and materials. TÜV Rheinland also qualifies to function as a designated Technical Assessment Body (TAB) able to issue both the European Technical Assessment (ETA) and the National Technical Assessment documents in accordance with CPR or national regulations.
The range of possible tasks are:
As Notified Body TÜV Rheinland can also apply the following standards according to CPR:
On 1. July 2013, the European Construction Products Regulation (CPR) replaced the Construction Products Directive (CPD). Since then, all construction products on the market must be CPR compliant with special emphasis being placed on written declaration of performance and modified CE marking. CPR provides distribution requirements for construction products covered by harmonized technical specifications.
Requirements for construction products in non-harmonized areas vary from country to country according to national competence. But, all companies producing and processing metalworking under construction supervision must be certified according to EN 1090-1.
Our services for EN 1090 certification ensure compliance with the following guidelines and regulations:
More information about our EN 1090 manufacturer certification can be found here.