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1. Products must not be harmful to health, the environment and consumers before they can be circulated in the market.

2. Products that are legally marketed in an EU country can also be sold in other member countries.

The manufacturer indicates that the product fully complies with the relevant provisions of the EU directives by affixing the CE mark on the product. If permitted by regulations, the CE mark can also be marked on the packaging or accompanying documents. The CE mark is not a test mark, but only indicates that the manufacturer declares that its products comply with all relevant regulations. At present, there are various compliance assessment and supervision models to mark compliance with basic regulations. These regulations may involve several units, such as manufacturers, importers, and distributors. In addition, in order to show compliance with regulations, the certification work may also have to be performed by an independent agency, such as a third-party certification agency. Testing and certification agencies must also be formally authorized or certified under the supervision of an accredited commissioning agency. Products that do not comply with the relevant directives may cause many problems, so we recommend that the certification be carried out by a third-party certification body.

Passed the CE certification, has it proved that the quality of the product is qualified?

The "main requirements" that form the core of the European Directives, in the European Community’s "Resolution on New Methods of Technical Coordination and Standards" dated May 7, 1985 (85/C136/01), the requirements are mainly used as the purpose of formulating and implementing directives. "Requirement" has a specific definition, that is, it is limited to the basic safety requirements of products that do not endanger the safety of humans, animals and goods, rather than general quality requirements. The coordination directive only specifies the main requirements, and the general directive requirements are standard tasks. If the product meets the main requirements of the relevant directives, it can be attached with the CE mark, instead of determining whether the CE mark can be used in accordance with the general quality requirements of the relevant standards. Therefore, the precise meaning is: the CE mark is a safety conformity mark rather than a quality conformity mark. 

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