RoHS Directive

RoHS is the short abbreviation of a mouthful of name, the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment. To explain it simply, this directive exists to minimize the harmful environmental impacts made by waste electrical and electronic equipment. Heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, and mercury, as well as brominated flame retardants, phlatates and chromium, are restricted substances, and only a certain concentration of them is allowed during the manufacture of the equipment. RoHS Compliance labels are only to be used on equipment that has passed the requirements set.

Our line of RoHS labels indicate the presence, and how much, of the hazardous materials listed, and comply exactly with the RoHS directives from both Europe and China. They differ according to the hazardous material and the concentration used. Our assortment of labels are available in a variety of sizes and are made with the best materials, to ensure that they don’t fade, peel, or fall off.