Zinacor S.A. confirms that its products comply with the legal obligations as per Article 33 of the REACH regulation 1907/2006 (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals), which came into force on 01/06/2007.
Based on the present requirements with regard to information (as per Article 33), we can confirm that all Zinacor S.A. products mentioned below do not contain any of the substances from the ECHA “candidate list” (Substances of Very High Concern SVHC as per REACH article 59 in a concentration of more than 0.1% weight/weight)
- Zinc anodes Zinc strips
- Zinc sheets Zinc wire
- Zinc-aluminium wire Tin-zinc wire
- Zinc alloys for foundries Tin-copper wire
- Zinc powder Eco-Babbitt wire
Zinacor S.A. and its suppliers will check the present ECHA “candidate list” with regard to updates and continuous additions, and will provide the required information as per the REACH regulations. The currently valid “candidate list” is available on the website of the European Chemicals Agency via this link: https://echa.europa.eu/candidate-list-table
In Article 31 of the REACH Regulation, the requirements for Material Safety Data Sheets are regulated. According to these arrangements are Material Safety Data Sheets for substances and preparations, provided that they have hazardous properties.
Wires are no substances or preparations and have no hazardous properties. Within the meaning of REACH wires are articles. This means that no Material Safety Data Sheets required.
To give however information about our wires to customers, we have created the material information sheets. They are not in accordance with the regulations, but based on them (Structure, numbering ….).
With the transmission of material information sheets We have done more than the required obligation to provide information under Article 33 of the REACH Regulation.
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