Navien reminds UK installers to get prepared for transition from CE Mark to UKCA
Navien has issued a reminder to installers and heating engineers across the UK to be prepared for the final transition in product marking from CE to UKCA for domestic gas boilers and water heaters, which will be completed in 2023. The change in regulations means that all appliances installed in England, Wales and Scotland must […]Read More
Deadline to switch from CE mark to UKCA mark extended until 2023
The government has given UK firms an extra year to comply with post-Brexit product safety marking. Companies had faced a 1 January 2022 deadline to switch from Europe’s CE mark to the new UK conformity assessed (UKCA) standard for most products, but this will now be pushed back to 2023. The new product safety marking […]Read More
Majority of radiators on sale in the UK unable to be sold from 2022 – Warns MARC
The majority of radiators on sale in the UK will be unable to be sold from 2022 under a bureaucratic Brexit ruling, MARC has warned. Under a recent ‘absurd and impractical’ ruling not to allow transfer of current CE Mark test certificates, the majority of radiators on sale in the UK will be without a […]Read More
How installers can make sure an old stove without a CE mark is 'fit for purpose'
Given there is a buoyant market for antique and reconditioned solid fuel burning and oil fired stoves, John Thompson – CEO for the APHC – looks at what potential implications could arise from fitting such appliances and ensuring they are ‘fit for purpose’. It is important to note at this stage that ensuring the appliance […]Read More