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Product Declarations

From January 1st 2021, the UK will recognise both the EU CE marking approvals, for a time limited period, and the new UK based approval system, which will be known as the UKCA mark. The EU will only recognise CE marking by EU notified bodies as proof of efficacy moving forwards.

As a business, we hold EN1090 certification by EU notified and UK approved bodies. The EN1090 certification covers products such as masonry support, windposts and fabrications and therefore, we now offer a CE and UKCA mark for these products. 

Our wall tie range is UKCA and CE UKNI marked and we can confirm that a core portfolio of our wall ties & restraint fixings that will be sold into the EU have been underwritten to ensure they retain their CE mark from 1st January 2021.

Each declaration of performance is identified by the end initials:

CA = UKCA Marking
The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) marking is the new UK product marking that will be used for goods being placed on the market in Great Britain.

NI = CE UKNI Marking
The UKNI marking is a new conformity marking for products placed on the market in Northern Ireland which will be used on products that have undergone mandatory third-party conformity assessment by a body based in the UK.

CE  = CE Marking
For products used in Europe the existing CE mark will still remain.

Select a category from the menu to view all available Declarations of Performance.

Pages within this section:

Structural Steelwork
Cavity Wall Ties
Wall Starter Ties
Frame Cramps
Movement Ties
Channel Ties
Stonework Ties
Masonry Reinforcement
Lintels
Tension Systems

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