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    RoHS Certification

    RoHS certification is the process of demonstrating that a product or material meets the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive.

    The Directive prohibits the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. It places restrictions on the maximum concentrations of these substances that are permitted.

    To obtain RoHS certification, manufacturers must provide evidence that their products comply with the Directive’s requirements.

    This evidence can take the form of test reports from independent laboratories, declarations of conformity from the manufacturer, or certificates issued by third-party certification bodies.

    The RoHS Directive applies to all electrical and electronic equipment placed on the market in the European Union, regardless of whether it is manufactured inside or outside the EU.

    Manufacturers who sell products that do not comply with the Directive may be subject to enforcement action, including fines and recall of their products.

    RoHS Certification Process

    1. Documentation Review Evaluate and confirm the status of the documents, as well as the scope of testing that is required. Bills are reviewed, material declarations for each product and component are created, assembly drawings, conformance certifications, and test results are uploaded to the company’s network, and a compliance file is created.
    2. Testing: RoHS Certification process starts with the testing. To evaluate the values of the 10 prohibited RoHS chemicals, on-site or XRF testing and/or lab phthalate solvent extraction testing is done to confirm the level of substances whether it is present below the RoHS threshold or not.
    3. End Product Analysis: After testing is done, the next step is the on-site inspection of all pertinent manufacturing processes for RoHS compliance. The auditing procedure entails a review of the goods in comparison to the control of forbidden substances, as well as a full factory inspection that includes quality management. Some auditing firms undertake annual follow-ups, which may include sampling in order to check compliance.
    4. Grant of Licence : Once the audit completes successfully, a RoHS certificate (also known as Certificate of conformity or Declaration of Conformity) is issued.

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    The prohibited materials are extremely hazardous to the environment and damage landfills. In terms of exposure during disposal and manufacture, these are genuinely dangerous. It’s critical to choose a company that takes RoHS certification seriously and can provide you with ISO9001 certification for a RoHS-compliant manufacturing facility.

    RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substance, and WEEE stands for Waste electrical and electronic equipment directive. These both are directives mostly applied to the same products, but each has its own rules, and also rules are according to the country.

    If they use any of the restricted materials, any company that sells applicable electronic devices, sub-assemblies, or components directly to EU nations or sells to resellers, distributors, or integrators who then sell to EU countries, is affected.

    The European Union’s RoHS directive took effect on July 1, 2006, and restricts the use of six hazardous materials in the manufacture of various types of electronic and electrical equipment.

    The six restricted materials are lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), cadmium (Cd), hexavalent chromium (Cr6+), polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE). The directive covers products such as computers, televisions, digital cameras and mobile phones.

    Manufacturers must ensure that products covered by the directive bear the CE mark and comply with the other relevant provisions of EU law before placing them on the market.

    Manufacturers ensure compliance with the RoHS directive through self-certification.

    The benefits of RoHS certification are many and varied, but can be summarized as follows:

    1. Compliance with mandatory requirements for the use of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment;
    2. Avoidance of potential regulatory penalties;
    3. Improved public relations and customer confidence;
    4. Enhanced marketability of products; and
    5. Competitive edge over non-certified products.

    Technically, no, however, items sold in the EU must follow the EU’s REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals) Directive. All RoHS-restricted compounds are also REACH-restricted. Thus if a product isn’t RoHS-compliant, it’s unlikely to be REACH-compliant as well.

    RoHS certification is valid for 5 years.

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