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Soshin Powertech Co., Ltd. Soshin Device Co., Ltd. Risshin Electronics Co., Ltd. Soshin Electronics (M) Sdn. Bhd. Soshin Electronics (SZ) Limited Introduction -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 1. Environmental Activities of the Group of Soshin Electric Companies ---------------------------------------- 4 2. Purpose of Green Procurement of the Group of Soshin Electric Companies ------------------------------- 4 3. Scope of Application of our Green Procurement Program -------------------------------------------------------- 5 4. Date of Application ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 5. Environmentally Controlled Substances ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 Table 1: List of substances prohibited from use -------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 Appendix 1-1: List of heavy metals stipulated under EU RoHS but exempt from application -- 5 Appendix 1-2: Aromatic amines developed by the decomposition of one or more azo groups ---- 5 Appendix 1-3: Ozone-layer depleting substances --------------------------------------------------------------- 5 Table 2: List of controlled substances ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 Table 3: List of prohibited substances in packaging materials ------------------------------------------------ 5 Appendix 3-1: Aromatic amines developed by the decomposition of one or more azo groups in packaging materials ------------------------------------------------------------------- 5 6. Request to Suppliers --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24 (1) Management system for environmental substances ------------------------------------------------------- 24 (2) Environmental documents to be submitted ------------------------------------------------------------------- 24 (3) Survey of contained chemical substances ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 24 (4) MSDS (or ingredient list) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24 (5) Analysis data of prohibited substances ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25 [Items to be stated in the report] --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25 [Measurement method] ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25 (6) Certificate for non-use ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 27 7. Contact ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 28 Revision history ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 28 Introduction We at the Group of Soshin Electric companies are committed to continually endeavoring to preserve the global natural environment, which we regard as a key business issue, throughout our business activities covering the stages of product development, designing, manufacturing and marketing. Growing social concern about environmental issues and progression by the EU with environmental legislation have made requirements for fulfillment of social responsibilities by business enterprises more mandatory and stringent. Having recognized that green procurement is an important role business enterprises must play, the Group of Soshin Electric companies has updated its Green Procurement Guidelines to facilitate procurement of products that least burden the environment. Our Green Procurement Guidelines constitute the base for our procurement activities of the least environmentally burdening products (parts, sub-materials, packaging materials, etc.) from supply sources which are actively and seriously exercising their efforts to reduce their burden on the environment. Successful achievement of our procurement policy outlined above totally depends upon cooperation from you, our valued suppliers. It is social requirements that we establish an environmental management system, make CO2 emission reduction activities, and implement countermeasures to prevent exhaustion of resources and preserve biodiversity, which our suppliers are also cordially requested to observe. In this sense, your understanding and support, which we highly appreciate, are also essential for mutual benefits and prospect. Soshin Electric Co., Ltd. Procurement Division Environment Control Office 1. Environmental Activities of the Group of Soshin Electric Companies SOSHIN WAY - Connecting people with the future through communication - Toward “realization of a society where we can co-exist with the environment”, we are committed to protect the harmony between people and the earth through mutual trust. Even smaller and more friendly Each and every employee works voluntarily and actively to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and achieve zero emissions, in order to realize “the Group Soshin Electric companies which stick to Green Parts. 1. Observance of laws, agreements and arrangements established with customers, and of self-defined 2. Definition of environmental targets and their implementation by working together with local communities in an organized and continual manner for reduction of environmental loads together, 3. Development, designing, manufacturing and marketing of products friendly to the environment, 4. Exercising and monitoring of efforts for the prevention of environmental pollution, and 5. Further provision of education and enlightenment activities for employees of, and those who are involved in business with, the Group of Soshin Electric companies for higher level consciousness of their roles and responsibilities 2. Purpose of Green Procurement of the Group of Soshin Electric Companies Supply of environment-friendly products to our customers through the development and design of the least environment-burdening products by promoting Green Procurement is aimed for. As a sphere of achievement efforts for the target, we will encourage procurement of the least environmentally burdening materials and parts from suppliers who work on environmental preservation. These Guidelines identify our basic ideas about Green Procurement and the specific requirements of the Group of Soshin Electric companies that we request our suppliers to meet. The Group of Soshin Electric companies will share with our suppliers environmental preservation activity-related issues in a bid to deal with such issues in cooperation with them, based on these guidelines. We would like to urge you to complete and submit to us as soon as possible responses to the survey documents we have sent to you. Failing to do so may result in a loss of business with us. 3. Scope of Application of Our Green Procurement Program (1) Parts (electrical and mechanical parts, semiconductor devices, PWBs, etc.) (2) Sub-materials for use in products (plastics, pastes, silicone, ink, paint, adhesive, wire, metal cases, (3) Packaging materials (trays, reels, bags, cushions, cartons, tape, stickers, printing inks, etc.) * Facilities, jigs and tools, and dies and molds for which there are no possibilities of being contained in products are exempted from application. These guidelines will take effect on January 1, 2010. 5. Environmentally Controlled Substances (1) Table 1: List of substances prohibited from use. Chemical substances prohibited from being contained in parts and sub-materials Appendix 1-1: List of heavy metals stipulated under EU RoHS but exempt from Appendix 1-2: Aromatic amines developed by the decomposition of one or more azo Appendix 1-3: Ozone-layer depleting substances Chemical substances to be checked for the presence in parts or sub-materials and amounts of use Table 3: List of prohibited substances in packaging materials Applicable to packing or packaging materials for parts or materials to be shipped to us (Applicable also to packaging materials we procure) Appendix 3-1: Aromatic amines developed by the decomposition of one or more azo Homogeneous materials: Material that cannot be mechanically disjointed into different materials. The term “homogeneous” means “of uniform composition throughout”. Examples of “homogeneous materials” are individual types of plastics, ceramics, glass, metals, alloys, paper, board (non-mounted PWBs), resins and coatings. The term “mechanically disjointed” means that the materials can, in principle, be separated by mechanical actions such as unscrewing, cutting, crushing, grinding and abrasive processes. Intentionally added: Deliberate use in the formulation of a product where its continued presence is desired to provide a specific characteristic, appearance or quality Threshold level: Concentration level which defines the limit (equal to or) above which the presence of a substance in a product shall be declared based on the requirements of these Guidelines. Numerical threshold levels are provided in weight % (and parts per million, or ppm). The conversion to be used to calculate ppm is 0.1 % = 1000 ppm. Table 1: Substances prohibited from use (Chemical substances prohibited from being contained in sub-materials) Compiled based on the Joint Industry Guide (JIG), No. JIG-101 Ed2.0 Japanese edition, amended on July 21, 2009, with the addition of requirements unique to Soshin Electric Co. 5 ppm in homogeneous Paint, ink, conductive pastes, plastics (including rubber, film, cable jackets, adhesive, adhesive tape, and insulation tape) Solder (purchased separately from anything else) For applications other than those mentioned above Surface finish (plating, coating), glass frits, glass paste, alloys containing Exemption : Appendix 1-1 : List of heavy metals stipulated under EU RoHS but exempt from application Plating film, paint, ink and glass paste Exemption : Appendix 1-1 : List of heavy metals stipulated under EU RoHS but exempt from application The following substances must be treated as controlled substance, when the content of such substances exceeds 0.1%, even if they are exempted from control as outlined above. Lead chromate(CAS No.7758-97-6) Lead chromate molybdate sulfate red (CAS No.12686-85-8) Pigment Yellow 3 (CAS No.1344-37-2) Paint, ink, plastics (including rubber, film, cable jacket, adhesives, Solder (purchased separately from anything else) For applications other than those mentioned above (surface finish materials for external terminals of parts and lead wires) Exemption : Appendix 1-1 : List of heavy metals stipulated under EU RoHS but exempt from application The following substances must be treated as controlled substance, when the content of such substances exceeds 0.1%, even if they are exempted from control as outlined above. Lead chromate(CAS No.7758-97-6) Lead chromate molybdate sulfate red (CAS No.12686-85-8) Pigment Yellow 3 (CAS No.1344-37-2) They can be exempt from applications when we stipulate separately for contain use. Fluorescent-lamp preservatives, anti-fungus agents, paint, ink, pigments, anti-staining agents, coolant, foaming agents, digestive aids, Exemption : Appendix 1-1 : List of heavy metals stipulated under EU RoHS but exempt from application Tributyl tin oxide Intentionally added or Stabilization agents, anti-oxidizing agents, anti-bacteria and anti-fungus agents, anti-fouling agents, preservatives, paint, pigments and refrigerant Intentionally added or Stabilization agents, anti-oxidizing agents, anti-bacteria and anti-fungus agents, anti-fouling agents, preservatives, paint, and pigments, coolant, A trisubstituted organotin compound are tin compounds with three organic substitutions such as tributyl tin compounds (TBT) and triphenyl tin compounds (TPT). Dibutyltin (DBT) The following Stabilization agents for PVC, and hardening catalysts for silicon resins not be exceeded on and after Jul. 1, 2011: 0.1 weight % (1000 ppm) of homogeneous materials Exempted items The following items may be contained by Jun. 30, 2014 if they fall under the following categories. (Marketable by Dec. 31, 2014 in the EU countries) (1) One-component and two-component room temperature vulcanisation sealants (RTV-1 and RTV-2 sealants) and (2) Paint and coating materials containing DBT compounds as a promotor, when applied on molded products (3) Soft PVC profiles whether by themselves or coextruded with hard PVC (4) Fabrics coated with PVC containing DBT compounds as a stabilization agent, when outdoor use is intended (5) Outdoor rainwater pipes, street gutters and fittings, roofing and cover materials for facades Note: Weight % of metal is to be used for the concentration in the article. They can be exempt from applications when we stipulate specifically for contain use. Stabilization agents for PVC, and hardening catalysts for silicon resins not be exceeded on and after Jul. 1, 2011: 0.1 weight % (1000 ppm) of homogeneous materials Items which will be prohibited as soon as the above threshold values are reached (1) Textile products and leather products intended for contact with skin (2) Nursery products (3) Two-component room temperature vulcanisation moulding kits (RTV-2 moulding kits) Note: Weight % of metal is to be used for the concentration in the article. They can be exempt from applications when we stipulate specifically for contain use. Insulating oil, lubricating oil, electric insulating materials, solvents, Insulating oil, lubricating oil, electric insulating materials, solvents, Lubricants, paints, stabilizing agents, insulating materials (for electricity, (more than 3 chlorine atoms) Short chain chlorinated paraffins (C10 - C13) Perfluoro-octane Intentionally added or Photolithography, photograph coating materials, hydraulic fluid, metal Exempted items ① Photoresist or anti-mirror coating for photolithography processes ② Photograph coating used for films, documents or printing plates ③ Less-than-0.1% contents involved in the following certain special metal plating processes, until May 2013 a. Chromium electroplating, chromium anodizing and reverse etching b. Non-electrodeposited metallic precipitate nickel-polytetrafluoroethylene plating c. Etching of plastic boards to be hardened Coolant, digestive aids, cleaning agents and insulation materials greenhouse gases (PFC, SF6 and HFC) Asbestos Intentionally Insulating materials, fillers, abrading agents, dyes and heat insulating Certain azo dyes 0.003 weight % (30 Pigments, dye, coloring agent generating some products and leather aromatic amines Substance falling under this category are azo dyes and pigments listed in Appendix 1-2 Coolant, foaming agents, digestive aids and cleaning agents Substances falling under this category are those stipulated in the Annexes to the Montreal Protocol and are given in Appendix 1-3. Phenol,2-(2H-ben Adhesives, paint, printing inks, plastics, ink ribbons, putty, cauking and Optical characteristics (thorium), measuring instruments, smoke sensors, The above is developed on the basis of the Joint Industry Guideline (JIG) JIG-101 Ed 4, with our requirements added. Typical examples, CAS Nos., reference laws and ordinances and industrial standards of each material are not given here. Please refer to JIG-201Ed.4.0. (It can be obtained from http://www.jgpssi.jp/.) The most recent edition is to be referred to if JIG-101 Ed 4.0 is updated. The threshold levels of materials in liquid form (conductive pastes, ink, etc.) given in Table 1 are applicable when the materials are in a dried, hardened or baked condition. Dibutyltin (DBT) compounds, item No. 7, and dioctyltin (DOT) compounds, item No. 8, are added in Ver. 4. Appendix 1-1: List of heavy metals stipulated under EU RoHS but exempt from application Cadmium and its compounds in one shot pellet type thermal cut-offs (Expires on 1 January 2012) Cadmium and its compounds in electrical contacts 13(b) Cadmium and lead in filter glasses and glasses used for reflectance standards 21 Lead and cadmium in printing inks for the application of enamels on glasses, such as borosilicate and soda lime glasses Cadmium alloys as electrical/mechanical solder joints to electrical conductors located directly on the voice coil in transducers used in high-powered loud- speakers with sound pressure levels of 100 dB (A) and more Cadmium in photoresistors for optocouplers applied in professional audio Equipment.(Expires on 1 December 2009) Cadmium and cadmium oxide in thick film pastes used on aluminium bonded beryllium oxide Cadmium in colour converting II-VI LEDs (< 10 ìg Cd per mm2 of light-emitting area) for use in solid state illumination or display systems (Expires on 1 July 2014) 2. Hexavalent chromium and Hexavalent chromium compounds Hexavalent chromium as an anticorrosion agent of the carbon steel cooling system in absorption refrigerators up to 0.75 % by weight in the cooling solution Lead in the glass of fluorescent tubes not exceeding 0,2% by weight 6(a) Lead as an alloying element in steel for machining purposes and in galvanized steel containing up to 0.35% lead by weight Lead as an alloying element in aluminium containing up to 0.4% lead by weight Copper alloy containing up to 4% lead by weight Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead-based alloys containing Lead in solders for servers, storage and storage array systems, network infrastructure equipment for switching, signalling, transmission, and network management for telecommunications 7(c)-I Electrical and electronic components containing lead in a glass or ceramic other than dielectric ceramic in capacitors, e.g. piezoelectronic devices, or in a glass or ceramic matrix compound Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of 125 V AC or 7(c)-(III) Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of less than 125 V AC or 9(b) Lead in bearing shells and bushes for refrigerant-containing compressors for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) applications 11(a) Lead used in C-press compliant pin connector systems. 11(b) Lead used in other than C-press compliant pin connector systems. Lead as a coating material for the thermal conduction module C-ring (Expires on 24 September 2010) 13(a) Lead in white glasses used for optical applications 13(b) Cadmium and lead in filter glasses and glasses used for reflectance standards 14 Lead in solders consisting of more than two elements for the connection between the pins and the package of microprocessors with a lead content of more than 80% and less than 85% by weight Expires on 1 January 2011 and after that date may be used in spare parts for EEE placed on the market before 1 January 2011 Lead in solders consisting of more than two elements for the connection between the pins and the package of microprocessors with a lead content of more than 80% and less than 85% by weight Expires on 1 January 2011 and after that date may be used in spare parts for EEE placed on the market before 1 January 2011 Lead in solders to complete a viable electrical connection between semiconductor die and carrier within integrated circuit flip chip packages Lead in linear incandescent lamps with silicate coated tubes (Expires on 1 September 2013) Lead halide as radiant agent in high intensity discharge (HID) lamps used for professional reprography applications 18(a) Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder (1 % lead by weight or less) of discharge lamps when used as speciality lamps for diazoprinting reprography, lithography, insect traps, photochemical and curing processes containing phosphors such as SMS ((Sr,Ba)2MgSi2O7:Pb) (Expires on 1 January 2011) 18(b) Lead as activator in the fluorescent powder (1% lead by weight or less) of discharge lamps when used as sun tanning lamps containing phosphors such as BSP (BaSi2O5:Pb) Lead with PbBiSn-Hg and PbInSn-Hg in specific compositions as main amalgam and with PbSn-Hg as auxiliary amalgam in very compact energy saving lamps(ESL)( Expires on 1 June 2011) Lead oxide in glass used for bonding front and rear substrates of flat fluorescent lamps used for Liquid Crystal Displays (LCDs)( Expires on 1 June 2011) Lead and cadmium in printing inks for the application of enamels on glasses, such as borosilicate and soda lime glasses Lead in finishes of fine pitch components other than connectors with a pitch of 0.65 mm and less(Expires on 24 September 2010) Lead in solders for the soldering to machined through hole discoidal and planar array ceramic multilayer capacitors Lead oxide in surface conduction electron emitter displays (SED) used in structural elements, notably in the seal frit and frit ring Lead oxide in the glass envelope of black light blue lamps ( Expires on 1 June 2011) Lead alloys as solder for transducers used in high-powered (designated to operate for several hours at acoustic power levels of 125 dB SPL and above) loudspeakers (Expires on 24 September 2010) Lead bound in crystal glass as defined in Annex I (Categories 1, 2, 3 and 4) of Council Directive 69/493/EEC 31 Lead in soldering materials in mercury free flat fluorescent lamps (which e.g. are used for liquid crystal displays, design or industrial lighting) Lead oxide in seal frit used for making window assemblies for Argon and Krypton laser tubes Lead in solders for the soldering of thin copper wires of 100 ・ diameter and less in power transformers Lead in cermet-based trimmer potentiometer elements Lead in the plating layer of high voltage diodes on the basis of a zinc borate glass body 4. Mercury and Mercury compounds 1 Mercury in single capped (compact) fluorescent lamps not exceeding (per burner): 1(a) For general lighting purposes < 30 W: 5 mg(Expires on 31 December 2011) For general lighting purposes < 30 W: 3.5 mg (Expires on 31 December 2012) For general lighting purposes < 30 W: 2.5 mg 1(b) For general lighting purposes >= 30 W and < 50 W: 5 mg For general lighting purposes >= 30 W and < 50 W: 3.5 mg For general lighting purposes > 50 Watts and < 150 Watts: 5 mg 1(d) For general lighting purposes >150 Watts: 15 mg 1(e) For general lighting purposes with circular or square structural shape and tube diameter <17 mm (Expires on 31 December 2011) For general lighting purposes with circular or square structural shape and tube diameter <17 mm:7mg Mercury in double-capped linear fluorescent lamps for general lighting purposes not exceeding (per lamp): 2(a)(1) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter < 9 mm (e.g. T2): 5 mg (Expires on 31 December 2011) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter < 9 mm (e.g. T2): 4 mg 2(a)(2) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter 9 mm <17 mm (e.g. T5): 5 mg (Expires on 31 December 2011) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter 9 mm < 17 mm (e.g. T5): 3 mg 2(a)(3) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 17 mm and > 28 mm (e.g. T8): 5 mg (Expires on 31 December 2011) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 17 mm and > 28 mm (e.g. T8): 3.5 mg 2(a)(4) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 28 mm (e.g. T12): 5 mg (Expires on 31 December 2012) Tri-band phosphor with normal lifetime and a tube diameter > 28 mm (e.g. T12): 3.5 mg 2(a)(5) Tri-band phosphor with long lifetime (? 25,000h): 8 mg (Expires on 31 December 2011) Tri-band phosphor with long lifetime (> 25,000h): 5 mg Mercury in other fluorescent lamps not exceeding (per lamp): 2(b)(1) Linear halophosphate lamps with tube diameter >28 mm (e.g. T10 and T12): 2(b)(2) Non-linear halophosphate lamps (all diameters): 15 mg 2(b)(3) Non-linear tri-band phosphor lamps with tube diameter > 17 mm (e.g. T9) (Expires on 31 December 2011) Non-linear tri-band phosphor lamps with tube diameter > 17 mm (e.g. T9) : 15 mg 2(b)(4) Lamps for other general lighting and special purposes (e.g. induction lamps) (Expires on 31 December 2011) Lamps for other general lighting and special purposes (e.g. induction lamps): 15 mg 3 Mercury in cold cathode fluorescent lamps and external electrode fluorescent lamps (CCFL and EEFL) for special purposes not 3(a) Short length ( ?500 mm) (Expires on 31 December 2011) Medium length ( >500mm and ? 1500 mm) (Expires on 31 December 2011) Medium length ( >500mm and ? 1500 mm):5mg Long length ( > 1500 mm) (Expires on 31 December 2011) Mercury in other low pressure discharge lamps (per lamp) (Expires on 31 December 2011) Mercury in other low pressure discharge lamps (per lamp):15mg 4(b) Mercury in High Pressure Sodium (vapour) lamps for general lighting purposes not exceeding (per burner) in lamps with improved colour rendering index Ra > 60: 4(b)-I P< 155 W (Expires on 31 December 2011) 4(b)-Ⅱ 155W < P ? 405 W (Expires on 31 December 2011) 4(b)-Ⅲ P > 405 W (Expires on 31 December 2011) Mercury in other High Pressure Sodium (vapour) lamps for general lighting purposes not exceeding (per burner): 4(c)-I P < 155 W (Expires on 31 December 2011) 4(c)-Ⅱ 155W < P < 405W (Expires on 31 December 2011) 4(c)-Ⅲ P > 405 W (Expires on 31 December 2011) Mercury in High Pressure Mercury (vapour) lamps (HPMV) Mercury in other discharge lamps for special purposes not specifically mentionedin this Annex Mercury used as a cathode sputtering inhibitor in DC plasma displays with a content up to 30 mg per display(Expires on 1 July 2010) Notes : Information about exempted items indicated above is valid as of November 30, 2011, and does not assure uniformity with the provisions stipulated in the relevant laws. For up-to-date information, please refer to original texts. The items where an exemption time limit expired are shown with a strike through. The numbers of applications exempted by the RoHS Directive are the classification numbers in the EU Directive. Appendix 1-2: Aromatic amines developed by the decomposition of one or more azo groups Some aromatic amines developed by the decomposition of one or more azo groups 3,3’-dichloro-4,4'-diaminodiphenyl methane 4,4-diamino-3,3’-dimethyldiphenyl‐methane Note: The object of control under the these Standards is “azo dye/pigment that generates some aromatic amines.” This refers to azo compounds that generate any of the amines listed in Annex 1-2 during the reductive decomposition of azo groups. The threshold level of 30 ppm specified in the applicable range applies not to the azo dyes/pigments but to the amines listed in Appendix 3-1. Appendix 1-3: Ozone-layer depleting substances Name of ozone-layer depleting substances Halon -1211:Bromochlorodifluoromethane 1,1,1-Trichloroethane:Methylchloroform Notes: The shown above are example of ozone layer depleting substances. For other substances, please refer to JIG-101Ed.4. You must see if chemical substances are used in parts or materials. If, yes, the quantities must be checked. Stainless steel, plating, use to contact with skin for a Resin materials, electric wire covering material, insulator, medicine characteristics-resistant, transparency, seeds materials If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) When a part has more than 25 g of plastic (excluding plastic in printed wiring board units) and more than 1,000 ppm of the concerned substance is included in the plastic. (2) Inclusion of more than 900 ppm of bromine in a laminated printed wiring board (total content in the laminated board) Plasticizer, dye, pigments, paint, ink, adhesive Insecticide of the wood, prevention of corrosion, If any of the following cases applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Intentional use in products made of wood (plyboards, particle boards, MDF) or parts made of wood (2) Textile products containing formaldehyde of which concentration is more than 0.0075 % (75ppm) by mass Semiconductor substrate, glass materials, pigments, Semiconductor substrate, glass materials, pigments, Hexabromocyclododecane(HBCD) and 0.1% by weight of the product Flame retardant (used for foamed polystyrene and 0.1% by weight of the product Plasticizer, dye, pigments, paint, ink, adhesive Plasticizer, dye, pigments, paint, ink, adhesive Plasticizer, dye, pigments, paint, ink, adhesive Plasticizer, dye, pigments, paint, ink, adhesive Pneumatic panels to indicate water contamination Insulation material of the high temperature If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Note: The above mentioned “aluminosilicate, refractory ceramic fibres” are fibres covered by index number 650-017-00-8 in Annex VI, part 3, table 3.2 of Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, and fulfill the two following conditions: (a)Al2O3 and SiO2 are present within the following concentration ranges: - Al2O3: 43.5 - 47 % w/w, and SiO2: 49.5 – 53.5 % w/w, or - Al2O3: 45.5 – 50.5 % w/w, and SiO2: 48.5 – 54 % w/w (b) Fibres have a length weighted geometric mean diameter less two standard geometric errors of 6 or less micrometres (ìm) 0.1% by weight of the product Insulation material of the high temperature If the following case applies, the use of chemical substances is controlled. (1) Inclusion of more than 1,000 ppm in parts Note: The above mentioned “zirconia aluminosilicate, refractory ceramic fibres” are fibres covered by index number 650-017-00-8 in Annex VI, part 3, table 3.2 of Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, and fulfill the two following conditions: (a)Al2O3, SiO2 and ZrO2 are present within the following concentration ranges: - Al2O3: 35 - 36 % w/w, SiO2: 47.5 – 50 % w/w, and ZrO2: 15 – 17 % w/w (b) Fibres have a length weighted geometric mean diameter less two standard geometric errors of 6 or less micrometres (ìm) Boric acid Flame retardant in wood, cotton and other plan derived material, cross-linking agent, pH-adjusting agent, antiseptic agents 0.1% by weight of the product Flame retardant in wood, cotton and other plan derived material, cross-linking agent, pH-adjusting Flame retardant in wood, cotton and other plan derived material, cross-linking agent, pH-adjusting agent, antiseptic agents 0.1% by weight of the product plasticizer, dye, pigments, paint, ink, adhesive Heptylundecylphthalt(DHNUP) 0.1% by weight of the product plasticizer, dye, pigments, paint, ink, adhesive benzhydrylidene] cyclohexa- (1000ppm) 2,5-dien-1-ylidene] dimethylammonium chloride (C.I. Basic Violet 3) Typical examples, CAS Nos., reference laws and ordinances and industrial standards of each material are not given here. Please refer to JIG-201Ed.4.0. The threshold levels of materials in liquid form (conductive pastes, ink, etc.) given in Table 2 are applicable when the materials are in a dried, hardened or baked condition. Table 3: List of prohibited substances in packaging materials (Chemical substances prohibited to be included in packaging delivered to Intentionally added or Sum of Pigments, paint, stabilizer of PVC Chromium VI/Chromium VI cadmium, hexavalent compounds Intentionally added or 0.1% by Stabilizer for PVC, silicone resin and hardening weight of the packaging catalyst of the urethane resin materials (1000 ppm) Intentionally added or 0.1% by Antibacterial antimold agent, paint and pigments A trisubstitution organotin compound is a tin compound with three organic substitution and points to trybutyltin compound (TBT), the compound such as triphenyl tin compound (TPT). Plasticizer, paper coating, ink, stabilization agents for PVC, and hardening agents for silicon resin and 0.1 weight % (1000 ppm) of packaging materials The following items may be contained by Jun. 30, 2014 if they fall under the following categories. (Marketable by Dec. 31, 2014 in the EU countries) (1) One-component and two-component room temperature vulcanisation sealants (RTV-1 and RTV-2 sealants) and adhesives (2) Paint and coating materials containing DBT compounds as a promotor, when applied on molded products Note: Weight % of metal is to be used for the concentration in the article. Stabilization agents for PVC, and hardening catalysts after Jul. 1, 2011: 0.1 weight % (1000 ppm) of packaging materials Items which will be prohibited as soon as the above threshold values are reached (1) Textile products and leather products intended for contact with skin (2) Two-component room temperature vulcanisation moulding kits (RTV-2 moulding kits) Note: Weight % of metal is to be used for the concentration in the article. A plasticizer, adhesive, pate, coking, ceiling, a filler, paint (except the water-based paint), a printing ink A plasticizer, adhesive, pate, coking, ceiling, a filler, paint (except the water-based paint), a printing ink and carbonless copying paper Preservative of the wood, insect repellent, a mold Intentionally added or 0.1% by Coating of the packing An insulator, a filler, a color, paint, talc Azocolourants and azodyes which Azo dyes/pigments that are in Note: Azodyes and pigments which form certain aromatic amines but to the amines listed in Appendix 3-1. Filler (ultraviolet rays absorbent) for adhesive, paint, print ink, plastic, ink ribbon, pate, coking, seals methylethyl) (Other name: 2-(2H-1,2,3-benzotriazol-2-yl)-4,6-di-tert-butylphenyl) Dimethyl fumarate Typical chemical substances falling under this category: Bromine compounds, chloride compounds, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), fluorine resins and fluorine compounds Exemption: When parts and materials, the main function of which is not for packaging, are used for packaging “When the main function is not for packaging,” refers to instances where intended use is for purposes other than protection or packaging (as containers or cushions) of products. Example: Halogen compounds and fluorine additives used as dye for hologram labels or printing ink, However, an exemption will not be the case where halogen compounds fall under the category of prohibited substances given in Table 3, List of prohibited substances in packaging materials. When used in timber as Wood preservative Typical examples, CAS Nos., reference laws and ordinances and industrial standards of each material are not given here. Please refer to JIG-201Ed.1.0. Appendix 3-1: Aromatic amines developed by the decomposition of one or more azo groups in packaging materials Some aromatic amines generated during the decomposition of one or more azo groups 3,3’-dichloro-4,4'-diaminodiphenyl methane 4,4-diamino-3,3’-dimethyldiphenyl‐methane Note: The object of control under the these Standards is “azo dye/pigment that generates some aromatic amines.” This refers to azo compounds that generate any of the amines listed in Annex 1-2 during the reductive decomposition of azo groups. The threshold level of 30 ppm specified in the applicable range applies not to the azodyes/pigments but to the amines listed in (1) Management system for environmental substances We will assess this system before commencement of business and on a regular basis thereafter. For this, submission of a completed assessment sheet of management systems (survey report of supplier’s facilities) is necessary, as are our visits to supplier’s facilities as needed. On this occasion, provision by the supplier of support for our surveyors is to be ensured. (2) Environmental materials to be submitted Survey report for contents of chemical substances (3) Survey of contained chemical substances Submission of information concerning the presence and amounts of environmental burdening substances identified by the Group of Soshin Electric companies is requested. Request for survey and submission of such information may also be made if our major customers request us to do so. This request is sent to our suppliers. Collection and submission of necessary information are the responsibility of our suppliers. Should no such information be readily available, please approach your suppliers for it and organize it before submission to us. For provision of information, use the communication sheet which JAMP established. JAMP:Joint Article Management Promotion-consortium) [Use AIS (Article Information Sheet) for articles and MSDS (Materials Safety Data Sheet) plus for chemical materials] The communication sheet and JAMP-related information are available from JAMP’s website at http://www.jamp-info.com/ Requests by the group of Soshin Electric Companies may be made using customer-designated format or the Survey Response Tools designed by JGPSSI, or the Japan Green Procurement Survey Standardization Initiative. Submission is requested for a management purpose of chemical substances during our manufacturing processes or for submission to our customers. (5) Analysis data of prohibited substances We may ask you to submit measurement data proving that, for parts and side-materials, the total content of 6 substances prohibited by the RoHS Directive (lead, cadmium, chromium VI, mercury, PBBs and PBDEs) does not exceed 100 mg, and for packaging materials, the total content of lead, cadmium, mercury and chromium VI does not exceed 100 mg in compliance with the Council Directive on packaging and packaging waste (94/62/EC), if requested by our customers. Analyses of plating must occur to the plating film and the base material individually. (Analyses will produce incorrect results if the plating film and the base material are analyzed together, not individually.) Acceptable reports should contain the following items: 1. Method of pre-processing: State its name if a universal analysis method is used, or the specific name if a method other than a universal analysis method is used. 2. Measurement method: State either the name of the measurement method or the universal 3. Names of the people who took measurements, the person who bears responsibility for measurement services, and of the organization which provided the services. 4. Date of measurement (Measurements must not be older than one year to be acceptable.) 5. Measurement result (State the value of the lower limit of determination in case of ND.) 6. Measurement flowchart (essential for lead and cadmium) For lead and cadmium, a statement stating that such substances were completely solved during preprocessing, meaning that “they were put into a liquid form”, must be inserted in the measurement report or measurement flowchart. The following are four typical pre-processing methods: 1. Incineration method under the presence of sulfuric acid, 2. Pressurized acid decomposition method in a sealed container (including a microwave decomposition method, e.g. EN 13346: or EPA3052:1996), 3. Acid decomposition method through the use of nitric acid, hydrogen peroxide solution or hydrochloric acid , e.g. EPA3050B Rev. 2:1996, and 4. Wet decomposition method through the use of sulfuric acid, nitric acid or hydrogen peroxide (Note) Should a deposit (undesired substances) develop during pre-processing of cadmium contained in plastics, it must be turned into solution by solving it completely by any means (an alkali fusion method may be one). The following are three typical measurement methods: 1. Inductive coupling - plasma emission spectroscopy analyzer (ICP-AES and ICP-OES), e.g. EN ISO 2. Atomic absorption spectrometer (AAS), e.g. EN ISO 5961:1995, and 3. Coupling - plasma mass spectrometer (ICP-MS) ・Combinations of pre-processing and measuring instruments other than the above will be acceptable if they can ensure that the lower limit of determination of cadmium is less than 5 ppm. Cadmium and lead can be analyzed at the same time if a method other than the above AAS is used. (Note) Dissolution methods represented by EN71-3:1994, ASTM F963-96a and ISO 8124-3 are not applicable for pre-processing. JIS K0102-55, Testing Method for Industrial Wastewater, is designed for nothing but measurement methods, requiring separate stipulation of a pre-processing method. The following are four typical pre-processing methods: 1. Incineration method in the presence of sulfuric acid, 2. Pressurized acid decomposition method in a sealed container (including a microwave decomposition method, e.g. EN 13346: or EPA3052:1996), 3. Acid decomposition method through the use of nitric acid, hydrogen peroxide solution or hydrochloric acid , e.g. EPA3050B Rev. 2:1996, and 4. Wet decomposition method through the use of nitric acid or hydrogen peroxide solution (Note) Should a deposit (undesired substances) develop during pre-processing of lead contained in plastics, it must be turned into solution by solving it completely by any means (an alkali fusion method may be one). The following are three typical measurement methods: 1. Inductive coupling - plasma emission spectroscopy analyzer (ICP-AES and ICP-OES), e.g. EN ISO 2. Atomic absorption spectrometer (AAS), e.g. EN ISO 5961:1995, and 3. Inductive coupling - plasma mass spectrometer (ICP-MS) ・ Combinations of pre-processing and measuring instruments other than the above will be acceptable if they can ensure that the lower limit of determination of lead is less than 30 ppm. Cadmium and lead can be analyzed at the same time if a method other than the above AAS is used. (Note) Dissolution methods represented by EN71-3:1994, ASTM F963-96a and ISO 8124-3 are not applicable for pre-processing. EN 1122 is not applicable for pre-processing of lead. JIS K0102-55, Testing Method for Industrial Wastewater, is designed only for measurement methods, needing separate stipulation of a pre-processing method. The following are three typical pre-processing methods. 1. Pressurized acid decomposition method in a sealed container (including a microwave decomposition method, e.g. EPA3052:1996), 2. Heat vaporization-cold-atomic-absorption method, and 3. Wet decomposition method with sulfuric acid or nitric acid by using a decomposition flask featuring (Note) Whatever the method, attention must be paid not to allow mercury to sublimate. A deposit, should it develop, must be turned into solution by solving it by any means. As with cadmium and lead, analysis by reduction-evaporation atomic-absorption method, ICP-AES (ICP-OES) with a hydride-generation equipment, or an ICP-MS method is considered to be adequate if low concentration is expected to be mixed. ・Combinations of pre-processing and measuring instruments other than the above will be acceptable if they can ensure that the lower limit of determination of mercury is less than 5 ppm. For chromium, analysis must be made to ascertain that the total amount of chromium is less than 100 ppm, and for packaging materials, the sum of 4 elements of cadmium, lead, mercury and total chromium is less than 50 ppm. In this case, pre-processing may occur at the same time with cadmium and lead. If the analysis reveals that the total amount of chromium is more than 100 ppm, then analyze chromium VI in the total chromium to confirm that its amount is less than the value of the lower limit of determination. If the amount of the 4 elements is 50 ppm or greater for packaging materials, confirmation must be made that the total amount minus the measured amount of the total chromium is less than 50 ppm. Further, it must be determined that the chromium is chromium VI. Conclusively, no chromium VI must be detected. Detection method of chromium VI (1) Pre-processing Dissolution method (warm-water extraction method or alkali extraction method (e.g. EPA 3060A) Ultra-violet visible spectroscopy (e.g. EPA 7196A) ・ Combinations of pre-processing and measuring instruments other than the above will be acceptable if they can ensure that the lower limit of determination of the total chromium is less than 5 ppm. Cadmium, lead and total chromium can be analyzed at the same time if a method other than the above AAS is used. For specific brominated flame retardant PBBs and PBDEs, a gas chromatograph mass spectrometer (GC-MS) is to be used for analyses to confirm that the value of the lower limit of determination (10 ppm) is not exceeded. (Also acceptable is measurement as the total Br using an X-ray fluorescence analyzer (EDX) to prove absence.) 6. Additional analysis method of packaging materials The total amount of mercury, cadmium, chromium VI and lead must be less than 100 ppm. Chromium VI must be analyzed as the total chromium and the total of the 4 elements must be confirmed to be less than 100 ppm. In this case, pre-processing may occur at the same time with cadmium and lead. If the total of the 4 elements is 100 ppm or greater, confirm that the total content of cadmium, lead and mercury is less than 100 ppm. Further, chromium VI must be checked if present. Conclusively, no chromium VI must be detected. Substances prohibited from use per Table 1 and prohibited substances in packaging materials per Table 3 must be self-controlled so as to not allow for mixture or contamination. Upon our request, a certificate for non-use must be submitted to us. (We will inform you at the time of request regarding the form of certificate for non-use.) For more information, please contact us at: Environment Control Office 664-1 Sarukubo Saku-city Nagano-prefecture Japan TEL (+81)-267-67-4580 FAX (+81)-267-68-4553 E-mail environment@soshin.co.jp Originally issued on May 21, 2004 Revised and 2nd edition issued on Sept. 19, 2006 Major change: Survey Substance List changed to comply with Ver. 3, which is JIG Revised and 3rd edition issued on Jan. 13, 2010 Major changes: Survey Substance List changed to comply with Ver. 4 of No.JIG-101 Ed2.0. JAMP AIS and MSDSplus employed for compatibility with REACH Revised and 4th edition issued on Jan. 1, 2012 Major changes: Reference to Survey Substance List changed to JIG-101 Ed4.0 Dibutyltin compounds (DBT) and dioctyltin compounds (DOT) added to substances prohibited from use JIG-201 Ed1.0 adopted for substances prohibited from use in packaging materials

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