What certifications are required for electric blankets to be exported to the EU?

What certifications are required for electric blankets to be exported to the EU?

(1) CE certification

Electric blankets exported to the EU must be CE certified. The “CE” mark is a safety certification mark and is regarded as a passport for products to enter the European market. In the EU market, the “CE” mark is a mandatory certification mark.


Whether it is a product produced by an enterprise within the EU or a product produced in other countries, if it is to be freely circulated in the EU market, the “CE” mark must be affixed to indicate that the product meets the basic requirements of the EU’s “Technical Harmonization and Standardization New Approach” directive. 


Technical documents to be prepared for CE certification:


(1) The name and address of the manufacturer (the EU authorized representative (EU authorized agent) AR), the name and model of the product, etc. 


(2) Product instruction manual.


(3) Safety design documents (including key structural drawings, that is, design drawings that can reflect creepage distances, electrical clearances, number and thickness of insulating layers).


(4) Product technical conditions (or enterprise standards), and the establishment of technical data.


(5) The electrical schematic diagram, block diagram and circuit diagram of the product.


(6) List of key components or raw materials (please choose products with European certification marks).


(7) Testing Report.


(8) Relevant certificates issued by the EU authorized certification body NB (for other modes other than Mode A).


(9) The registration certificate of the product in the EU (for some products such as: Class I medical device, general IVD in vitro diagnostic medical device).


(10) CE Declaration of Conformity (DoC), etc.


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