Exterior Insulation Plaster CE Certificate


Plasters are mineral-based materials that both protect the surface of the walls and form the necessary substrate for painting and final coating. Due to the fact that the building sector appeals to an international market, various regulations are made for all kinds of materials, including exterior insulation applications, and standards and regulations are published. One of these legislations is the Construction Products Directive (Regulation (EU) No 305/2011 - Construction Products) published by the European Parliament and the European Council on March 9, 2011.

This directive replaces the 89/106 / EEC directive that was previously in force for the same purpose. The legislation has been approved by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization with the Building Materials Regulation (305/2011 / EU) published in the Official Gazette numbered 28703 on 10 July 2013 in our country. In this context, companies operating in the field of sheathing and exterior cladding should arrange the Exterior Insulation Plaster CE Certificate in accordance with the current regulations and directives. The Building Materials Regulation (305/2011 / EU) accepts that building materials are suitable for use in buildings if they bear the CE mark, and allows free movement and use within the borders of EU countries. It is mandatory not only for Insulation materials but also for many building materials.

In order for a thermal insulation material to be accepted for CE conformity, it is imperative that the product be produced within standards and with technologies that will not harm people and the environment. Products bearing the CE mark according to the relevant provisions in the Hygiene, health and environment article of the regulation; “Construction works should be designed and carried out in a way that does not pose a threat to the residents or their neighbors in terms of hygiene and health for the following reasons:

* Toxic gas coming out,
* The presence of dangerous particles or gases in the air,
* Dangerous radiation emission,
* Water or soil contamination, poisoning,
* Incorrect removal of waste water, smoke, solid and liquid wastes,
* Moisture in some parts of the construction work or on the surfaces inside.

Thermal Insulation Products bearing the CE mark, especially as they are harmful to human health, emit toxic gases, etc. will prevent unfair competition by automatically refuting its claims. The CE mark on the insulation materials represents that these materials meet all the provisions of the Building Materials Regulation and comply with the relevant technical specifications. Products within the scope of this regulation have been made obligatory to be presented to the domestic market and the EU market with CE mark as of 01.01.2007.

How to Obtain External Insulation Plaster CE Certificate?

As in all other areas, sectors and product groups where the CE Certificate is given, the Exterior Insulation Plaster CE Certificate primarily shows compliance with all legal regulations, regulations and standards. In this context, companies that have received the External Insulation Plaster CE Certificate can offer their products to the domestic and foreign market without any problems, while consumers can be sure of the quality, safety and content of the product.

Today, many manufacturers in the building sector are working with a consultancy firm to obtain CE Certificate for Exterior Insulation Plaster. One of the most important issues in the CE certification process is the preparation of the technical file. Preparation of this file is a matter that requires expertise and experience. At the same time, it is necessary to know all the details about the External Insulation Plaster CE Certificate.

Manufacturers who want to obtain CE certificate for their products in the exterior insulation plaster group must include the following documents and information in the technical file they prepare:

* Manufacturer information
* Technical information about exterior insulation plaster and the purpose of use of the product
* Test and analysis reports
* Referenced standards
* Raw material, intermediate or by-product list and supplier information supplied for the production of exterior insulation plaster
* User manual of the product

Preparation of these documents; It is recommended that companies seek consultancy services on CE Certificate in order to carry out testing, analysis and reporting when necessary and to follow other technical services. In this way, the certification process will proceed quickly, easily and accurately.

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