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We use environmental technology manufacturing, provide environmentally friendly products, and do not use any prohibited materials in our products and manufacturing processes.

If you are ready to apply lead-free, halogen-free solutions, we will help you to achieve.

In line with RoHS

In order to limit the use of hazardous substances, our company implied the 2002/95/EC Directive of European Parliament from July 1, 2006. The Directive aims to prohibit the use of heavy metals (lead, mercury, cadmium, and hexavalent chromium) and two bromine compounds: polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) and polybrominated biphenyl (PBDE). In the same material, each material can have a maximum allowable concentration of 0.1% (cadmium is 0.01%). The same substance means those cannot be mechanically split to the different substances. These substances are not intentionally added to our RoHS compliant products.

At present, our products are RoHS-compliant.

In line with

Our goal is to achieve non-halogenated with all customers. Halogen-free is the supplement standard of newly package at present.

When the product with substance structural materials contains chlorine and bromine content of less than 900ppm, we define this product as a halogen-free. Besides, when the product is in line with halogen-free, it does not produce antimony oxide (often used as a catalyst). In halogen-free organic material, the total content of antimony must be less than 900 ppm.


We have developed<< environmental management material standards>> (No.: FM, the JS HJWZ) .We are committed to provide lead-free and halogen-free products that meet the requirements of the" standard ".

We will continue to focus the new control requirements on environmental management substances of customers and laws and regulations and actively use new materials, new processes, to provide products that satisfied the customers and make our contributions to environmental protection.