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RoHS and REACH compliance

We are an environmentally conscious company and it is part of our corporate culture to comply with all applicable legal obligations. For that reason, and in order to satisfy the requirements of our customers, we undertake all efforts to ensure compliance of our wide range of industrial components with the RoHS Directive as well as the REACH, EU Regulation.

RoHS

RoHS refers to Directive 2011/65/EU of the European Parliament and subsequent amendments on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (recast).

This directive prohibits sales of any new electrical and electronic equipment in scope of the Directive, containing more than the allowable levels of the restricted substances and maximum concentration values according to Annex II of the Directive.

REACH

REACH, the EU Regulation 1907/2006/EC regarding chemicals, is intended to replace a large number of existing directives and regulations, which have developed historically. REACH came into force on 1st June 2007.

In the past the authorities have evaluated and eventually restricted the use of certain chemicals when risks were found. Under REACH a significant part of the responsibilities has been shifted to manufacturers and importers, either of chemicals on their own and preparations, as well as articles.