RoHS directive

Applicable product
In order to allow manufacturers of new RoHS2.0 controlled products sufficient time to comply with the directive,RoHS 2.0 has set a transition period for the control of related products.
— medical devices and monitoring equipment and their components to comply with RoHS2.0 starting July 22, 2014
— In vitro diagnostic medical devices and their components should comply with RoHS2.0 from 22 July 2016;
— Industrial monitoring equipment and its components should comply with RoHS2.0 from July 22, 2017;
— Other products newly incorporated into RoHS2.0 control shall be RoHS2.0 compliant from 22 July 2019

Test Services
The Restriction of The use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (EU) RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU).
The core content of RoHS directive is to limit the use of toxic substances in electronic and electrical equipment, protect the environment, provide green consumption, and realize the elimination and harmlessness of production and consumption.
From the perspective of environmental protection, as the capacity of electronic and electrical waste in the EU is increasing at a rate of 3%-5% per year, a series of materials and substances used in electronic and electrical equipment constitute environmental damage and potential dangers. In fact, electrical and electronic products in the production of a large number of solder, packaging box printing ink contain lead, cadmium, mercury and other harmful substances. Therefore, the European Union in this context to enforce the RoHS regulations and WEEE directive.

Test criteria
RoHS list of harmful substances, including: Lead Pb, cadmium Cd, Hg, hexavalent Chromium Cr6+, PBDE, PBB, etc.; The latest (EU) 2015/863 amendment has included four kinds of toxic and harmful substances (HBCDD, DEHP, DBP and BBP) in the CONTROL of RoHS.

Details are as follows:
1.HBCDD hexabromocyclododecane

2.DEHP phthalic acid (2-ethylhexyl) ester
3.DBP dibutyl phthalate
4.BBP butyl benzyl phthalate

Other
BORY service Items:
A. Chemical testing
Chemical detection according to each homogeneous sampling, pre-treatment, digestion, testing, accurate data;
B, XRF scanning total Pb, Cd, Hg, Cr, BR;
XRF scanning is the abstract definition of sample materials by using XRF scanner to determine whether there are five elements. If the sample is not evenly composed, it is invalid.
C. Chemical detection +XRF scanning;
For ROHS testing of finished products of customers, we split several homogeneous tests. In order to save costs, XRF scanning is used to determine whether elements are contained and chemical testing procedures are followed if data is available.
D. ROHS report integration;
When the customer can provide the ROHS report of each homogeneous material in the finished product, it can be integrated into the finished product ROHS report;
E. ROHS Certificate
Each homogeneous material of the product conforms to ROHS standard, and ROHS certificate can be issued.

Define

1.mechanical separation
The process of effectively dividing and acquiring test units by mechanical means, including unscrewing, cutting, scraping, squeezing and grinding. In this standard, it is referred to as “resolution”.

2.homogeneous materials
Homogeneous materials are composed of the same parts, such as all kinds of ceramics, glass, metal, alloy, paper, wood, resin, plastic and paint.

3. Detection unit
Material that, after separation and sampling, can be submitted directly for testing. According to the uniformity of the material, the detection unit can be divided into homogeneous detection unit and heterogeneous detection unit.

4. Homogeneous detection unit
A material that is uniformly composed of one or more substances and cannot be further separated by mechanical means.

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