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EU ROHS
 

ROHS Analysis ve ROHS Directives

RoHS is the acronym for the Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic products. From July 1, 2006, RoHS Directive deal with the restriction of use of certain hazardous substances, including lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd), hexavalent chromium (Cr(+6)) , Poly-brominated Bipheneyls (PPB) or Polybrominated Diohenyl Ethers (PBDE) which are found in electrical and electronic products on the EU market.

RoHS directive was converted to the laws and regulations of EU on December 31, 2005, while manufacturers’ products will comply with the Directive from July 1, 2006. In principle, the EU RoHS Directive covers all energy-consuming products, but mainly affects electrical, solid, liquid and gaseous fuel products. The Directive affects not only finished-product manufacturers, but also parts manufacturers.
For many this is a considerable environmental challenge. It is closely linked with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive (WEEE) 2002/96/EC which sets collection, recycling and recovery targets for electrical goods. Meanwhile, it is also similar to the End of Life Vehicles (ELV) regulation, which prohibits the use of these hazardous substances in vehicles sold after July 2003.

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Maximum Allowable Limits of Hazardous Substances

Maximum Allowable Limits of Hazardous Substances

Parameter
Limit
Lead (Pb) 1
<1000mg/kg
Mercury (Hg)
<1000mg/kg
Cadmium (Cd)
<100mg/kg
Hexavalent Chromium (CrVI)
<1000mg/kg
Polybrominated  Biphenyls (PBB)
<1000mg/kg
Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDE)
<1000mg/kg

1 For ELV, limit for Pb in Steel and Aluminum is 4000 ppm

1 For ELV, limit for Pb in Steel and Aluminum is 4000 ppm

The following product categories are impacted by the RoHS Directive:

1.Large household electric appliances: refrigerators, washers, stoves, air conditioners
2. Small household electric appliances: vacuum cleaners, electric iron, hair dryers, coffee makers, ovens, clocks
3. Computing & communication equipment: computers, fax machine, phones, cell phones
4. Civil equipments: radios, televisions, video cameras, musical instruments
5. Lighting equipments: fluorescent lamps except household lighting, lighting control fixtures
6. Power tools: electric drills, lathes, bonder, sprayers (except large industrial tools which require fixture)
7. Toys, entertainment and sport equipments: electric vehicle, videogame players
8.Medical devices: radiation apparatus, electrocardiograph testers and analytical instruments
9. Monitoring and control devices: smoke detectors, incubators, factory-used monitor controllers.
10.Automatic dispensers
The directive is not applicable to electrical and electronic equipment components, repaired parts and re-used components put on the EU market before July 1, 2006.

If you are an importer or manufacturer of electronics and electrical products, you need to ensure that your products meet the requirement of the RoHS directive. Other restricted hazardous substances in above products might include SVHC, PAHs and PFOS/PFOA, etc.

CIRS offers restricted substances testing services in one package to you or your suppliers and make sure your products comply with the latest safety requirement of EU legislation. CIRS will provide expert advice on what tests need to be carried out in your products and inform you of the latest developments of RoHS as a complementary service.

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