CE Marking EN1090 (With Design)
Advantage Engineering are in full compliance with EN1090-1:2009 since 19-04-2017
As of July 1st 2014 the majority of manufactured structural metal components or kits that have been either made in the Ireland or imported, and to which a harmonised European standard applies, must comply with the CPR & CE marking requirements. The harmonised European standard that applies to structural metalwork is I.S. EN 1090-1.
The CE Marking of structural steel covers the following standards:
EN 1090-1 : Execution of Steel Structures – Conformity Assessment of Structural Components
EN 1090-2 : Execution of Steel Structures – Technical Requirements for Steel Structures
Factory Production Control
All Structural Steel Products are manufactured under Advantage Engineering’s FPC system.
AEL can offer a design, manufacture and installation service for all Structural Steel Products.
All Structural Steel Products are welded using Welding Procedure Qualification Record Form (WPQR) and Certified Welders.
FPC system covers the following areas:
- Contract Review
- Incoming Inspection
- Responsibility & Authority
- Design & Development
- Quality & Weld Plan
- Process Control
- Final Release
- Material Specifications & Handling
- Site Handover & Erecting
Responsible Welding Coordinator
All Structural Welding is Supervised by our in-house RWC. RWC insures that all welding carried out is in accordance with EN ISO 14731:2006 welding standards.
RWC responsibilities include:
- Welding Engineering
- Material Selection
- Certification of welders & welding operators
- Qualification of welding procedures
- Development of weld procedure specifications
- NDT Control & Management
- Quality Control Management
- Review and analysis of control requirements
- Basic Visual Weld Inspection
On completion of Structural Steel Projects Advantage Engineering can provide the following documentation under CE Marking EN1090 (With Design)
- CE Label
- Declaration of Performance
- Welding Certificate
- Factory Production Control Certificate
Figure 1. Design of Stainless Steel Mezzanine Floor
Figure 2. Installation of Stainless Steel Mezzanine Floor