CE is derived from the words “Communité
Européen”. CE indicates the
conformity of the product with the European technical standards that
are identified as harmonised European standards.
The CE marking is closely connected with the formation of the common European market since 1 January 1993. The CE marking as “the passport of goods” should remove border restrictions and ensure the free movement of goods in Europe. The CE marking is the common sign of conformity used by manufacturers to show that the specific product corresponds to the requirements established with the directives of the New Approach. The products that do not conform to the requirements of the directive cannot be allowed in the European market.
EN 1279 - insulating glass units
EN 12150 – tempered / enamelled / silk-printed glass
EN 572 – float glass
EN 1096 - coated glass
EN 14449 – laminated glassEN 12543 - tempered + laminated glass
Inspection of the gas concentration of
glass units pursuant to the standard EN 1279-1
AS Klaasimeister confirms that the gas concentration (argon) of glass units corresponds to the requirements specified below.
The gas concentration of the glass units tested pursuant to the standard EN 1279-1 is at least in conformity with the permitted norm of Ci = 90%.
Ten per cent of glass units tested within a five-day period are permitted a deviation in gas concentration Ci0 of up to -10% (i.e. gas concentration up to 80%).