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BPMA offers CE Marking Guidance

24 June 2019

Non-compliant pumping equipment remains a major problem in the UK market, where CE marking is compulsory. To help ensure that all assembled equipment, with liquid pumps associated within the build, are placed on the market and put into service correctly in the UK, the British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) is offering CE Marking guidance. 

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All companies that build pumping equipment, such as booster sets, pressurisation units, rainwater harvesting tanks, sewage stations or bespoke equipment and who sell products in the UK or to the European market must be able to demonstrate that the products meet applicable EU requirements, are correctly CE marked and are placed on the market with the correct Declaration of Conformity. 

Concerned that many companies still do not meet these obligations under current legislation, the BPMA has configured a training course that addresses this key issue. This course seeks to provide the information and skills required to understand Self Cert CE Marking Essentials and enable compliance with a range of Directives, Regulations and EN Standards. It will also cover other related product certification and documentation issues. 

The Course will be held at the BPMA offices in West Bromwich on Tuesday 16th July and will run from 10:30-16:00.  Attendance is open to both BPMA Members and Non-Members.
To find out more, or to book you place, please email

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