Marking UKCA: Electric Motors for the United Kingdom

Marking UKCA: Electric Motors for the United Kingdom

Marking UKCA: Electric Motors for the United Kingdom

With the exit of Great Britain from the European Union, the CE marking will no longer be valid for products exported to the UK. The United Kingdom has in fact replaced the CE marking with its English equivalent: the UKCA marking (UK Conformity Assested).

What is UKCA marking

The UKCA marking is the new United Kingdom product mark that must be used for products placed on the market in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland), demonstrating their compliance with the technical regulations in force in the UK. The exception is Northern Ireland (Ulster), which will retain the CE marking and reference to European Union standards.

From 1 January 2025 the CE marking will no longer be recognized in the UK for the areas covered by the UKCA marking.

Electric Motors UK market

UKCA marking is mandatory to place a machine on the British market. Indeed, this mark will indicate that a product exported to the UK market meets the requirements of the UKCA. The product standards, and the procedure to follow, to make each machine compliant with the UKCA, involve an adjustment for those who export their products to the United Kingdom.

The UKCA mark will not be recognized by the EU, which means that a machine with only the UKCA mark will not be considered CE marked and therefore will not be ready to be placed on the EU market.

Marking UKCA Carpanelli Electric Motors

Carpanelli Electric Motors is always in step with the times and with the new regulations. The company has been preparing for some time to meet the needs of each customer, acquiring the new UKCA certification.

For Carpanelli Electric Motors, the UKCA marking is essential for the sale of products in the United Kingdom, a market in which the company is increasingly expanding.

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