Conditions of Certification
All machinery (devices) of Tryton brand meet the requirement of the New Approach Directives that set out the basic requirements concerning their safe operation. Meeting these requirements aims at eliminating the risks that can result for life and health of people, animals and natural environment from using machinery.
Profix, the owner of Tryton brand, disposed of technical documentation for each machine; according to legal requirements it contains all required documents covering the design, research and manufacture that confirm positive assessment of the conformity with the regulations used and that allows marketing of the machine in the territory of the EU.
There are the following departments in Profix which aim at assuring quality and safe operation of machinery: research and development department – whose task is to assess and examine new technical solutions in machines that are being marketed – and certification and quality assurance department whose task is to check the quality of the machines being sold. Our specialists check technical documentation, conformity of machines with EU regulations, manufacture quality and they analyse the relevance of the changes made to the machinery structure as well as remarks from machinery users.
According to the regulations in force, the manufacturer is obliged to demonstrate that the machinery manufactured by it complies with the above mentioned EU regulations specified in the Directives and harmonised standards. To this end, at the stages of its designing, prototyping and manufacturing the machine compliance is assessed with all relevant EU regulations.
The conformity assessment, depending on the machine type, may be carried out by the manufacturer within the scope of internal check of the design and manufacture or with participation of external party, that is a notified body which issues type examination certificate for the machine, assess the system of assurance of the manufacture quality and the final product quality.
Only the machines which fulfil the above mentioned essential requirements specified in directives and harmonised standards may be marked with CE mark by the manufacturer.
The machine manufacturer, in order to confirm that the machine conforms with all requirements, issues a declaration of conformity on its own responsibility in which he certifies which particular directives and harmonised standards are fulfilled by the machine manufactured by him.