The CE marking on stainless steel in conjunction with EN 1090 and CE certification. What does this mean for metal workers and stainless steel craftsmen? The European decisions made fundamental changes necessary. Thus, all load-bearing components for constructions must be provided with indelible and traceable markings.
The standard governs the conditions under which the CE mark may be applied to the component. Components without CE mark are therefore no longer usable within the scope of the standard, and customers should from now on only be able to procure components from companies certified to DIN EN 1090.