ABIMCI - Associação Brasileira da Indústria de Madeira Processada Mecanicamente

Program Structure

Below, we summarize the necessary steps to obtain CE marking:

CE certification marking Level 4 – Non-Structural

1. To have a quality control system (PNQM);

2. To conduct initial type tests (ITT)-12 panels (it can be at an accredited laboratory in the company);

3. To conduct periodic tests of factory production control (FPC) -2 panels /month (it can be at an accredited laboratory in the company);

4. To be audited every six months and only after everything is checked, that a Declaration of fulfilment with the requirements for CE Certification Level 4 is issued, under ABIMCI’s responsibility.

CE certification marking Level 2 + – Structural

1. To have a quality control system (PNQM);

2. To conduct two initial type tests (ITT)-44 panels (12 panels according to EN 300 series, which can be tested in the factory’s accredited internal laboratory by PNQM + 32 panels according to EN 789, to be tested in outsourced laboratory accredited by PNQM);

3. To conduct periodic tests of factory production control (FPC) – 1  panel every 8 hours or 1 panel per 1,000 produced (can be built in the factory laboratory accredited by PNQM);

4. To be audited every six months and only after everything is checked that a CE 2+ certificate  is issued by BM Trada (English certification).

The procedures for obtaining CE 2+ Certification  are more systematic and more detailed and due to this, ABIMCI has collaborated with some associates to meet the requirements of the European Market for structural plywood at level 2+, via the intermediary between companies approved and BM TRADA .

The Association is prepared to meet all requirements, procedures and documents required for this certification, which facilitates the process and reduces the cost for the Company before the European certifying agent.

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