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Wrightfield EN1090 accreditation

Following a recent contract review Wrightfield have been re accredited in compliance with the Construction Products Regulation 2011 (retained EU law EUR 305/2011) as amended by the
Construction Products (Amendment etc.) (EUExit) Regulations 2019 and the Construction Products (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2020, the certificate applies to the construction product: Structures and structural components including – Manufacture of steel structures up to Execution Class 2

They also retained their Welding Certificate (annex to certificate number 18/0300

  • Attestation: This certificate attests that all procedures for the execution and surveillance of
    welding works are implemented.
  • Standard: EN 1090-2
  • Execution Level: Up to EXC 2 according to EN 1090-2
  • Base Material Grades: Up To S355, 304, 316 according to EN 10025-2
  • Welding Processes: MAG, TIG

Find out more about Wrightfield Structural & EN1090 services

BE EN 1090 came into force from 1 July 2014, but what does the introduction of BS EN 1090 mean?

If you are involved in the manufacture of structural steelwork products, then as of 01 July 2014 the choice is simple; no certification, no business!

The Construction Products Directive (CPD) of 1989 was conceived in order to provide a common framework across the whole of the European Union to ensure the integrity of buildings and construction works.

Because fabricated steel components are deemed “safety critical”, if you are involved in the manufacture or supply of these products then under the CPD it is now a legal requirement for you to adhere to the stringent requirements of BS EN 1090. You must also ensure that your products are appropriately CE marked.

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