Material examination and analysis of electric and electronic products
We ensure that the electric and electronic products produced or imported by you do meet the demands in the RoHS regulation and thereby you will be able to provide documentation to your customers.
The following chemicals have been listed in the regulation: Lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd), hexavalent chromium (Cr(VI)), polybromated biphenyl (PBB) and polybromated diphenylether (PBDE).
Avoid cancellation and denigrationAs producer, importer or agent you are responsible for the fact that the products comply with the regulations and do not contain illegal chemicals. The RoHS regulation applies to components too, which are to be used as spare parts in electrical products and electronics.
Non-compliance of the rules might cause great costs for you as to withdrawal from the market, bad publicity and possible prosecution in connection with non-compliance of the law. Therefore, it is important that you have documentation showing that your products do meet the rules in the RoHS regulation.
Cost efficient instructions and screening
Our experts have a deep knowledge of different materials and ingredients and therefore in many cases they will be able to give advice and screen as to dangerous substances. This fact will keep the expenses of chemical analyses at a minimum. You do get immediate knowledge and documentation of the ingredients in the material.
Analysis and documentation of your electronic productsIn case of no documentation of the material ingredients or deviation from the standard material we offer to examine the material for dangerous substances by chemical analyses and screenings. Thereby you secure that the materials in your products do observe the legal regulations.
We always prepare an analysis report for the documentation towards your customers and the authorities. Thereby you will be able to guarantee that your products do observe the rules.
Advising of materials and waste related to electric productsWe are also advising as to the choosing of materials for the composition of your products so they will meet the demands in the RoHS regulation.
Besides the demands to the content of dangerous substances the electric and electronic products are also affected by the WEEE directive also known as the electronic waste regulation informing of the demands as to handling and disposal of electronic products. Read more about advising in the chemical legislation.