'Rohs' Cables (Norms)

'Rohs' Cables (Norms)

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Rolliflex Cables Pvt. Ltd.
Product Added On
Jul 16, 2019
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Rolliflex Cables Pvt. Ltd.

Mr. Bhadresh Kantilal
Mumbai, Maharashtra ...More 202, Navkar Plaza, 104 Bajaj Road, Vile Parle West ., Mumbai, Maharashtra, 400056, India

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Offered ByRolliflex Cables Pvt. Ltd.
Product Added OnJul 16, 2019
Product Description


'ROHS' Cables (Norms)

Complying with RoHS basically means that a producer may not place new
electrical and electronic equipment that contains hazardous materials
exceeding the maximum concentrations allowed on the EU market.

Restricted substances & allowable limits

RoHS is often referred to as the lead-free directive, but it restricts the use of the following 6 substances.



























The Maximum allowable values in weight percent in homogeneous material -




















Lead - (0.1%)1000 PPm























Mercury- (0.1%) 1000 PPm















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Cadmium – (0.01%)100 PPm























Hexavalent Chromium- (Chromium VI or Cr6+) – (0.1%)1000PPm



























































Polybrominated biphenyles (PBB)- (0.1%) 1000PPm





























Polybrominated diphenyles ethers -(PBDE) - (0.1%) 1000PPm


































































































Effect of The banned substances on human health























Lead (Pb)

















































































































Lead
is a highly toxic metal that was used for many years in products found
in and around our homes. This is the most common metal that applied in
most industries, especially electronic industry.























































































Lead may cause damage to the brain and nervous system, affect memory and human concentration.






















































































Lead, we can commonly find in our soldering process, glass, ceramics, plastic stabilizers, paints, etc.






















































































Mercury (Hg)

















































































































Mercury
is a highly toxic metal, It can be vaporized and enter into our
atmosphere which may be transported over long distances by air. After
aerial deposition, mercury can continue to exist in the environment and
bioaccumulation in the food chain.























































































In terms of human exposure, the main exposure pathways are via the inhalation of vapours and via ingestion in food.






















































































Mercury can cause adverse effects to blood, kidneys, and the nervous system.






















































































Cadmium (Cd)

















































































































Cadmium
tends to bioaccumulation. The major route through which humans are
exposed is via the food chain. The main risk to human health is kidney
damage.























































































Cadmium accumulates in kidneys, where it damages filtering mechanisms.






















































































Examples are liver, mushrooms, shellfish, cocoa powder etc.






















































































It
is observed in pigment and stabilizer, electrical contact, Design
control Relays and switches, Semiconductors, electroplating additives.























































































Hexavalent Chromium (Cr 6+)

















































































































Hexavalent chromium (Cr 6+)) can have a wide range of adverse effects on humans ranging from irritation to cancer.






















































































The potential effects of Hexavalent chromium vary mainly with the amount absorbed into the bloodstream.






















































































It is observed in hard chrome plating, corrosion resistance paints & electroplating additives.






















































































PBB (Polybrominated biphenyls) & PBDE (Polybrominated diphenyl ethers)



















































































































They are known to occur in the air, in water, in soil, in marine and freshwater sediments.






















































































It is also observed in plant and animal tissues.






















































































The potential effects are mainly with the amount absorbed into the bloodstream.






















































































Exposure to PBB and PBDE may lead to an increased risk of cancer.






















































































Flame retardants in printed circuit boards, connectors, and plastics.








     


















































LABORATORY REPORT



     





















































Date : 20.03.2008


























No. : MUM/12368/2008


















































On : 24.03.2008











   
























































M/s Rolliflex Industries,202, Sangam Arcade,V.P.Road, Opp.Railway Station, Vile Parle (W), Mumbai 400 056   









































   
























































For the Attention of: Mr. Bhadresh











Sample(s) received from:Rolliflex Industries











Sample(s) submitted as:PVC MB











  100 gm Plastic Bags X 05 Nos.











Description(s) on Label(s):As attached











Seals on Sample(s):None













































































The above sample(s) was/were examined as detailed below and the following results obtained:




























































































Please refer attached sheet for analytical results





























   






























































LAB REPORT NO:-MUM/12368/2008



























   











 









































DATE RECEIVED: - 20.03.2008














DATE REPORTED :- 24.03.2008








   








 














 































Sample Label :

PVC MB


  1. D-Grey, Batch No. 498-S, F 170207, Dt: 18.03.08
  2. Yellow, Batch No. 603-S, F 180308, Dt: 18.03.08
  3. Black, Batch No. 606-S, F180308, Dt: 18.03.08
  4. Blue, Batch No. 605-S, F 180308, Dt: 18.03.08
  5. White, Batch No. 602-S, F 180308, Dt: 18.03.08





































































































SR. NO.

TEST

METHOD

UNIT

RESULT
1
2
3
4
5

1

    Lead (Pb)

IEC 62321

ppm

<1

<1

3

9

2










   
























 











Company Details

ROLLIFLEX CABLES PVT. LTD., Established in 1979 at Mumbai in Maharashtra, is leading Exporter, Manufacturer, Supplier of Wires/Cables & Accessories in India. ROLLIFLEX CABLES PVT. LTD. is one of Trade India's verified and trusted sellers of listed products. With their extensive experience of supplying and trading 'ROHS' Cables (Norms), ROLLIFLEX CABLES PVT. LTD. has made a reputed name for themselves in the market with high quality 'ROHS' Cables (Norms), Electric Wires & Cables, PVC Insulated Cables with UL Marked (300 to 1000V) etc.
Focusing on a customer centric approach, ROLLIFLEX CABLES PVT. LTD. has a pan-India presence and caters to a huge consumer base throughout the country. Buy Wires/Cables & Accessories in bulk from ROLLIFLEX CABLES PVT. LTD. at Trade India quality-assured products.

  • BUSINESS TYPE Exporter, Manufacturer, Supplier
  • EMPLOYEE COUNT 32
  • ESTABLISHMENT 1979
  • CERTIFICATION Bureau Of Indian Standards IS 694 : 1990, TUV NORD DIN EN ISO 9001:2000
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