Have you heard about ITRI innovation or ITRI Labs? They specialize in helping companies get their products become rohs compliant. But what does RoHS stand for? It is short for “Restriction of Hazardous Substances” and is needed for many OEM products and manufacturers.
What type of products or substances tested for RoHS compliance are restricted? This could be items like electronic and electrical equipment which must not contain more than the maximum permitted levels of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs). If they include more than the maximum levels then they will not be rohs compliant.
The testing method used is complicated and contains a variety of analytical techniques which must be employed. This includes non-destructive methods by only examining the surface of the sample and may not detect substances below the top few microns. This is also a destructive test which allows materials buried below the surface layer to be investigated, confirming how many homogeneous materials are present in the sample. An example of this is a semiconductor that is made of many different homogeneous materials each of which should be considered individually.
As far as ITRI Innovation they are an independent laboratory that is uniquely equipped to perform RoHS screening tests. They understand thorough the directive and implications for your business, their experienced personnel can offer impartial advice and tailor an analysis program to your products or companies specific needs. They have also invested in a diverse array of analysis equipment needed to screen for the restricted elements at part-per-million levels, ensuring a very high degree of accuracy.
Once the tests have been completed they will provide you with a clearly-written, comprehensive and confidential report explaining the findings of their analysis of your product. They assure a friendly and professional service at very competitive rates. So if you are looking to have your products tested in order to become rohs compliant you should consider visiting ITRI Labs website to see what they have to offer and how they may be able to help you.