What is e-marking?
The e-mark is an EU mark for approved vehicles and vehicle components sold into the EU countries. It is a type approval mark tested and issued certificate by anotified body. It can not self-declared and affixed an e-mark. The notified body will issue an e-marking certificate after inspection and approval of compliance.
What is E-marking?
The E-mark is a United Nations mark for approved vehicles and vehicle components sold into the EU countries.The regulation contains a flow diagram to help determine if the ESA falls within its scope.
What is the e-Mark logo and what is the number after the E of the logo
EU certification (referred to as EC), the e-Mark: e-Mark is based on EU Directive and is a safety e marking certification mark. European Commission requires that member states apply it on a motor vehicle, parts and systems. The e-Mark logo is a rectangular frame. The number is the EU country or state number that granted the approval. If one state grants approval then it is deemed sufficient for all other member states. The country/state codes are as follows: e1 – Germany, e2 – France, e3 – Italy, e4 – Netherlands, e5 – Sweden, e6 – Belgium, e7 – Hungary, e8 – Czech republic, e9 – Spain, e11 – United Kingdom, e12 – Austria, e13 – Luxembourg, e17 – Finland, e18 – Denmark, e19 – Romania, e20 – Poland, e21 – Portugal, e23 – Greece, e24 – Ireland, e26 – Slovenia, e27 – Slovakia, e29 – Estonia, e32 – Latvia, e34 – Bulgaria, e36 – Lithuania, e49 – South Cyprus, e50 – Malta, e37- Turkey.