"Will it be recognized if some silver cup suppliers provide RoHS testing when customers request CE certification and claim it as CE certification?"
Providing RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) testing alone does not automatically qualify a product for CE certification. While RoHS compliance is an essential requirement for CE marking in certain cases, CE certification involves a more comprehensive evaluation of a product's compliance with all relevant directives and regulations.
CE certification encompasses various aspects such as safety, performance, and conformity assessment procedures specific to the product category. It requires compliance with the applicable directives, including the Medical Devices Directive (MDD) or Medical Devices Regulation (MDR) if the silver cup is considered a medical device.
If a silver cup is intended for medical purposes and falls within the definition of a medical device as defined by the European Union, it may be possible for it to obtain CE certification.
CE certification is a declaration by the manufacturer that a product complies with the essential requirements of the relevant EU directives or regulations. It indicates that the product meets the health, safety, and environmental protection standards required for distribution and sale within the European market
It's important to note that not all silver cups would require or qualify for CE certification. If a silver cup is solely intended for non-medical purposes, such as a regular drinking cup made of silver without any specific medical claims or functions, it may not fall under the scope of medical device regulations and therefore may not require CE certification.