Directive 2010/35/EU on transportable pressure equipment, which replaced the previous Directive 1999/36/EC, establishes the rules and procedures to be followed for the certification of transportable pressure equipment.
This equipment must bear a special mark, indicated by the symbol π, required for trading and marketing within the European Union.
Transportable pressure equipment are vessels of various types and forms, intended for the transport of gas that is compressed, liquefied or in solution that have 3 features: Pressure, Danger and Portability.
The testing and certification process of these products calls for inspections by the Notified Body (ANCCP) and manufacturer obligations.
The ANCCP Certification Agency operates as the Notified Body through participation in the CEC (European Consortium Certification notification No. 11131) and can thus carry out Compliance Audit activities under the T-PED Directive 2010/35/EU for:
Thanks to these verification activities carried out by ANCCP Certification Agency, the Manufacturer certifies that the product meets the essential requirements of applicable directives and can market it within the European Union.
Harmonised standards relating to:
- OHSAS 18001/2007 "Requirements"
- OHSAS 18002/2008 "Guidelines"
- UNI EN ISO 14001/2004 "Environmental Management System/Requirements"
- UNI EN ISO 14004/2010 "Environmental Management System/Support Techniques"
- UNI EN ISO 9000/2005 "Quality Management Systems - Vocabulary"
- UNI EN ISO 9001/2008 "Quality Management Systems - Requirements"
- UNI EN ISO 19011/2012 "Guidelines for Auditing Management Systems"
- UNI EN ISO 3834 "Quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials"
Part 1: choice criteria;
Part 2: extended quality requirements;
Part 3: normal quality requirements;
Part 4: elementary quality requirements;
Part 5: documents to conform to for declaring conformity.