A STORY WHICH STARTED IN 1950
Even before its inception in 1950 CEA machines had garnered a reputation for quality craftsmanship prior to World War ll and today CEA is renowned for the sector as a steadfast partner to its worldwide distributor network.
HERITAGE AND PRIDE
CEA being a well-structured company is ideally positioned to face the current global market challenges but also talent
KNOW-HOW AND VERTICAL INTEGRATION OF THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS
CEA takes great pride in the ability to control machine production, from research and design stages, to development and in-house manufacture of all parts up to final assembly of the finished product
SPECIAL APPLICATION EXPERIENCE
Besides a wide range of standard products, CEA has always worked with its customers in the solutions and development of special welding applications Now in partnership with TECNOR0BoT we enter a new phase which allows us to offer advanced solutions to complex automation and robotized procedures.
About Our welders
Certification and standards
Always concerned about quality, CEA has its quality management system ISO 9001 certified since’1994. This is a guarantee of an ongoing commitment of the entire company for a continuous improvement in its products and business processes, leading to the full satisfaction of its customers.
All CEA products are CE marked, therefore compliant with all EU Directives and Standards imposing such utilization from design, manufacture and installation of the equipment up to its final disposal. In particular CE marking implies the conformity to the following main Directives:
The Low Voltage Directive (LVD) defines the compliance with numerous regulations to safeguard health and safety for the operator and also regarding the electrical dimensioning of the equipment
The Directive on Electromagnetic compatibility (EN) defines the effects of electromagnetic emissions and
the elimination.This means that the equipment shall not emit any electromagnetic disturbances and, in turn, must be immune to any interference from other equipment or from the main supply
The Directive defines the restriction of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
2006/42/EEC (MD - MACHINE DIRECTIVE)
Machine Directive (MD) defines the essential requirements related to design, manufacture and installation in order to improve safety of the products placed on the market.
CEA products have been designed and built according to the following harmonized standards:
IEC 62135-1:2015 – Safety requirements for design, manufacture and installation
IEC 62135-2:2015 – Electromagnetic Compatability ( EN/ C)
CEA origins dates back to 1 936 when Alessandro Annettoni, an expert creative electrician, together with his son Ezio, the founder of CEA, started to build first rocker arms spotwelders. The “TIPO 12” model shown in the above picture belongs to a series of three units built on that that year.