UKCA ATEX & Hazardous Area Equipment Certification
Published 11 Feb 2021
UCKA Certification To Replace ATEX
The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) marking is a new UK product marking that is used for goods being placed on the market in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland). The UKCA Certification covers most goods and electrical equipment which previously required the CE marking including Thorne & Derrick International’s range of hazardous area equipment.
Products that previously required ATEX Notified Body Certification will now be required to issue UKCA only ‘Ex’ certificates from the 1st January 2022.
Thorne & Derrick International have complied a range of articles from Notified Bodies and authoritative sources in order to inform and update the industry.
- Understanding The Use of the UKCA Mark for UK Markets
- ‘ATEX’ Replaced By UK Ex Scheme – UKCA
- Are You Ready For UKCA ‘Ex’?
- UKCA Mark | Certifying “Ex” Products for Use in the UK
- UKCA Mark | UK Product Marking Requirement
- What is the UKCA Mark? By Technology International Europe Ltd
➡ Contact us to discuss your Electrical Heating, Lighting, Ventilation or Power requirements for safe and reliable use in hazardous areas and explosive atmospheres in accordance and compliance with UKCA certification requirements and ATEX/IECEx.
View further reading about the introduction of the UKCA Mark and ATEX Hazardous Area Equipment – Thorne & Derrick can assist with the specification and supply of UKCA “Ex” Accredited, Marked and Certified equipment for Explosive Atmospheres – Leaders In ATEX & IECEx Product Innovation | Supporting DSEAR Regulatory Compliance & COMAH Sites.