Alpha-Cure takes environmental compliance seriously and continuously monitors regulatory and best practice developments to ensure its products conform with the latest environmental standards. The information below outlines the key elements of Alpha-Cure’s environmental strategy and compliance position regarding RoHS (European Union Directive on the Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment).
To ensure compliance with this directive, we implement specific strategies and in cooperation with our suppliers, we deal with the current and evolving regulatory requirements.
The EU RoHS3 rules are designed to restrict the use of certain hazardous materials in the manufacture of various types of electronic and electrical equipment. Alpha-Cure is fully aware of these rules and monitors the latest developments in legislation and best practices and business management system guidance.
Alpha-Cure UV discharge lamps made in our product range as designed by the prefix “AC-“and “ACP-“comply with the European Union Directive (RoHS Directive), 2011/65/EU (RoHS2 Directive) and 2015/863/EU (RoHS3 Directive) of the European Parliament concerning the following substances.
Maximum Threshold Limit
Lead (Pb)/ Lead Compounds
< 1,000 ppm
In Compliance with Exemption 17, see Annex III of 2011/65/EU
Mercury (Hg)/ Mercury Compounds
< 1,000 ppm
In Compliance with Exemption (4f), see Annex III of 2011/65/EU