A typical Water Jetting Gun may not have any powered moving parts and as such you may believe that it does not fall within the scope of the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC) and does not need to be affixed with the CE Marked. However you should be aware that there are in fact many types of products which fall under the scope of the Machinery Directive which have no powered moving parts. A Water Jetting Gun is an example of a product which may need to be CE Marked under the Machinery Directive, despite it having no powered moving parts.
To explore this subject further, the CE Marking Association has developed a short guide to help manufacturers determine if their water jetting equipment falls within scope of CE Marking or not. The guide can be downloaded for free here.
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