Welcome to the family
Kemppi is a family business. We form strong bonds and look after each other in good times and bad. We extend the same courtesy to everyone we deal with, from single welding contractors to production managers and from customers to partners. No matter what happens, you can rely on Kemppi to be there for you.
Safe and reliable arc welding
CE marking is a manufacturer’s declaration that indicates a product’s compliance with applicable European directives. The fulfillment of the above-mentioned criteria is indicated with a CE mark that is attached to the equipment. Abusive use of the CE marking is subject to prosecution.
The Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (EMC) defines the effects of electromagnetic emissions and immunity. In practice, this means that:
- arc welding equipment shall not emit electromagnetic disturbances, potentially causing malfunctions in other types of equipment (e.g. elevators, cranes, power tools, and information and telecommunication equipment) that could lead to serious consequences
- arc welding equipment shall be resistant to electromagnetic disturbances emitted by other types of equipment or coming from the mains.
Kemppi welding equipment sold in Europe has fulfilled all of these requirements since January 1, 1996. Testing is conducted both at Kemppi laboratories and certified European testing facilities.