We are providing leak free products that are also known as RoHS (restriction of hazardous substances directive) products. The directive on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment 2002/95/EC, commonly refer as the restriction of hazardous substances directive (RoHS).
RoHS is often referred as the lead-free directive, but it restricts the use of the following six substances:
PBB and PBDE are flame retardants used in several plastics. The maximum permitted concentrations are 0.1% or 1000 ppm (except for cadmium, which is limited to 0.01% or 100 ppm) by weight of homogeneous material. This means that the limits do not apply to the weight of the finished product, or even to a component but to any single substance that could (theoretically) be separated mechanically for example the sheath on a cable or the tinning on a component lead. Examples of product components containing restricted substances RoHS restricted substances have been used in a broad array of consumer electronics products.
Examples of leaded components include following:
Cadmium is found in most of the above components while mercury has been used in different automotive switches and lighting applications. Hexavalent chromium is used for metal finishes to prevent corrosion. Polybrominated biphenyls and diphenyl Ethers/Oxides are used primarily as flame retardants.
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