Ensure your equipment meets TPED requirements.
The Transportable Pressure Equipment Directive 2010/35/EU (TPED) addresses the safety requirements and the conformity assessment procedure for transportable pressure equipment used exclusively for the transport of dangerous goods (Class 2) within the Union. Transportable pressure equipment is required to bear the Pi marking to indicate compliance with the directive.
Companies seeking to export transportable pressure equipment to the European market must comply with the TPED Directive 2010/35/EU. In addition to TPED, companies are also required to comply with the agreements and regulations concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road (ADR), by rail (RID) and by inland waterways (ADN).
TÜV SÜD is an authorized inspection and testing body for the European Agreement Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by road and rail. We help companies in this certification process for European countries.
Transportable pressure equipment must be type approved by an EU Notified Body. With our longstanding experience and state-of-the art facilities, TÜV SÜD Industrial Technical Inspection Services carries out type tests in accordance with European standards.
TÜV SÜD provides initial inspection and Pi-mark services for manufacturers.
Our experts provide transportable pressure equipment operators with periodic testing services in accordance with requirements.
As an EU Notified Body, TÜV SÜD can perform QS approval of manufacturers and operators. This allows them to carry out their own initial/periodic inspections.
TÜV SÜD’s end-to-end service portfolio for importers and traders of new transportable pressure equipment covers pre- and post-shipment inspections, expediting, Certification of Conformity and other procedures throughout the product value chain.
Infographic outlines the TPED for the transport of dangerous goods within the EU
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