The certificate 2.2 is a document issued by the manufacturer (producer). It is a declaration that contains all information regarding the compliance of the product with the requirements set by the customer when placing the order.
Inspection documents are a guarantee of the highest quality, which additionally includes test results carried out during non-specific inspection. It guarantees that the products obtained are in accordance with the order as well as the applicable regulations and standards according to PN-EN10204.
Who issues the declaration of conformity?
According to the PN-EN 10204 standard, the declaration of conformity is issued by an intermediary or a cooperator. All the manufacturer’s documentation must be attached to the certificate without applying any changes. According to the EN 10204 standard, all changes made by an intermediary or a co-operator should be confirmed with an appropriate document confirming the new features of the product. The required documents should be signed by an authorized representative responsible for confirming it. The delivered products should be in accordance with the customer’s order.
Can declaration 2.2 be rewritten?
It is unacceptable for the document to be rewritten on your letterhead. According to EN 10204, it is allowed to copy the declaration or possibly change the quantity of products ordered by the customer. When issuing a declaration of conformity, companies are obliged to hand over the original or a copy of the inspection documents to the contracting authority.
What is the difference between the certificate 2.1?
According to the European standard 10204, the manufacturer is not required to present the test results to the customer in the documentation forthe approval 2.1. The representative carries out the order placed by the customer without providing the test results, adding a declaration of compliance, i.e. document 2.1.
Acceptance certificate according to EN 10204
The 3.1 certificate is an acceptance certificate in which the manufacturer (producer) presents the customer with documents confirming that the delivered products comply with the previously agreed requirements. In addition, he attaches the relevant results of the acceptance test (chemical composition, strength tests) to the documents. The guidelines on how to perform the tests are set out, inter alia, in official regulations. According to the EN 10204 standard, the manufacturer (producer) is obliged to hand over the entire set of inspection documents to the customer, without the possibility of rewriting them onto letterhead. Certificate 3.1 is issued against payment. It contains complete information on mechanical parameters and chemical composition.