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Managemet standards of chemicals used

1. Prohibited and Managed Substance List

Substance Name

Uses

Cadmium and its compounds

packaging materials, plastics, rubber pigments, stabilizers, coating materials, inks

Lead and its compounds

packaging materials, paints, pigments and inks used for printed circuit board

parts of the electrode, solder for processing terminals

plastics, stabilizers for rubbers, pigments

Mercury and its compounds

packaging materials, battery

Hexavalent chromium compounds

packaging materials, battery

Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB)

plastic, flame retardants for rubbers

Polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE)

plastic, flame retardants for rubbers

Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB)

all applications

Polychlorinated naphthalene (PCN)

all applications, substances having more than 3 chlorines are subjected to be managed.

Chlorinated paraffine (CP) - (C10-C13)

all applications

Trisubstituted organotin compounds

 

Tributyltin (TBT)

all applications

Triphenyl Tin (TPT)
Tributyltin Oxide (TBTO)
Other Trisubstituted Organotin Compounds

Disubstituted organotin compounds

 

Dibutyltin (DBT)

applied to all the applications except for the following items.

·One component, Two component room temperature curing sealants (RTV-1, RTV-2), Adhesives

·Coating materials or paints which is used in products and contains dibutyltin compounds as a catalyst.

·Heteromorphy of soft polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and substances extruded alone or extruded with rigid PVC.
(Regarding the uses above the management standard has been applied, and the substances have been prohibited since October in 2014.)

Dioctyl compounds (DOT)

applied to the following applications

·Fiber products touching the skin

·Two component system room temperature curing mold kit (RTV-2 mold kit)

Asbestos

all applications

Azo compounds (Azo dye and pigment forming specified amines)

Human body contact part of the product functionally intended to touch the human body continuously

Formaldehyde

all applications (Except for the specified materials.)

Ozone layer distruction substances

all applications

Arsenic and its compounds
(Expected Diarsenic pentoxide, Diarsenic trioxide, Lead hydrogen arsenate, Triethyl arsenate)

all applications

Perfluorooctane sulfonate(PFOS) and its salt

All applications except for the photoresist used for photolithography

Specified benzotriazole (2-(2H-123-benzotriazole-2-IL)-4.6-di-tert-butylphenyl

all applications

Dimethyl fumarate (DMF)

all applications (Less than 0.1ppm)

However even if the prohibited substances are used for some products, they are allowed to be delivered in case that prior approval of the customer is obtained.
Details of chemical substances complies with JIG guidelines. However, formaldehyde is not the case and complies with the German chemicals prohibition rules, formalin laws (Denmark).

2. Specific Amine List

The specific amine is removed from the list in case that the amount of generated specific amine is less than 30 mg/kg.

4-Aminoazobenzene

4,4'-Diaminodiphenyl methane

4,4'-Chiojianirin

Benzidine

3,3 'Dichloro benzidine

o- Toluidine

4-Chloro-o-toluidine

3,3 'Dimethoxybenzidine

2,4 Toluylenediamine

2-Naphthylamine

3,3 'Dimethyl benzidine

2,4,5-Trimethyl aniline

o-Aminoazotoluene

3,3'-Dimethyl-4,4'-diaminodiphenyl methane

o- Anisidine

2-Amino-4-nitrotoluene

p- Kureshijijin

4-Amino-azobenzene

p-Chloroaniline

4,4'-Mechirenbisu (2-chloroaniline)

 

2,4 Diaminoanisole

4,4'-Oxydianiline

 

3.The standards for packaging material

Substance Name

Major Uses

Acceptable Concentration

Heavy metals (mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, lead)

Used for product packaging carton, returnable boxes, packing for parts transportation (Handles, wooden frames, wheels, and traies, reels, bags, buffer materials, sheets, wraps, corrugated boards, paints, inks, tapes, labels, etc.)

The amount of heavy metals at each component comprising the package is measured, and it should be less than 100 ppm, and as for the plastic part of the package it is not the case, and the amount of cadmium is measured, and it should be less than less than 5 ppm.

4.Acceptable Concentration of Impurities

Target Materials and Parts

Prohibited Substances

Acceptable Concentration

Rubber, plastics, pigments, paints, inks

Lead

Less than 100 ppm

Cadmium

Less than 5 ppm

Lead-free solder

Solder for processing the terminal of cable core

Lead

Less than 500 ppm

Cadmium

Less than 20 ppm

The solder for printed circuit boards
The solder plated areas

Lead

Less than 1000 ppm

Cadmium

Less than 20 ppm

Chromate surface treatment components

Hexavalent Chromium

Less than 100 ppm

Zinc and its alloys

Lead

Less than 500 ppm

Cadmium

Less than 75 ppm

Other metal material other than noted above

Lead

Less than 500 ppm

Cadmium

Less than 75 ppm

Materials other than chromating surface treatment components

Hexavalent Chromium

Less than 100 ppm

All materials

Mercury

Less than 1000 ppm

PBB *1

PBDE *1

Trisubstituted organotin compounds TBT types Less than 1000 ppm (The metal conversion)
TPT types
TBTO types
Other trisubstituted organotin compounds
Disubstituted organotin compounds DBT types Less than 1000 ppm (The metal conversion)
DOT types

*1 In case that customer requirements are more stringent than allowable concentrations noted above, the value of concentration should be less than the customer quirements and proved with some evidences such as analysis data (highly accurate analysis data).

5.Exempted items

Substance

Exempted Items

Lead and its compounds

Lead in glass of electronic ceramics components and electronic components

Lead included in the solder having a high melting point

Lead included in solder used for a joint between packages and microprocessors' pins

Lead included in solders which are necessary to eusure electrical connections between the internal semiconductor dies and the carriers of the integrated circuit packages (A flip chip).

Lead in the alloy (copper alloys less than 4.0 wt%, steel less than 0.35 wt%, aluminum alloy less than 0.4 wt%)

Cadmium and its compounds

Cadmium in electrical contacts

6. Controlled substances list

Substance Name

Antimony and its compounds

Organic brominated compunds (Except for PBB, PBDE, TBBP-A, HBCDD)
Beryllium and its compounds
Organic chlorine compounds (Except for PCB, PVC, CP, PCN)
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
Perfluoroocatanoate (PFOA)
Tetrabromobisphenol A (TBBP-A)
Medium-chain chlorinated paraffins (MCCP)
Nonylphenol / Nonylphenol ethoxylates (NP/NPE)
Bismuth and its compounds
Nickel
Selenium and its compounds
Phthalate esters (Except for DEHP, DBP, BBP
REACH SVHC (Goods targeted for 7S THC)

7. Substances targeted for SVHC

No.

Substance Name

1

Anthracene

2

4.4'- Methylene diamine

3

Cobalt chloride (II)

4

Diarsenic Pentoxide

5

Arsenic Trioxide

6

Sodium dichromate dihydrate (sodium dichromate dihydrate) + sodium dichromate

7

Mask xylene

8

Tributyltin oxide

9

Lead hydrogen arsenate (lead arsenate)

10

Triethyl Arsenate

11

HBCDD (or HBCO) (Hexabromocychrodecane) + 1.2.5.6.9.10- Hexabromo cychrodecane

12

DEHP Di (2-ethylhexyl phthalate) (Diethylhexyl phthalate)

13

Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP)

14

Butyl benzyl phthalate (BBP)

15

Chloro-alkane (C10-C13)

16

Anthracene oil

17

Anthracene oil (anthracene paste, anthracene light fraction)

18

Anthracene oil (anthracene paste, anthracene fraction)

19

Anthracene oil (Anthracene-low)

20

Anthracene oil (Anthracene paste)

21

High temperature coal-tar pitch

22

Acrylamide

23

Aluminosilicate refractory ceramic fibers

24

Zirconia aluminosilicate refractory ceramic fibers

25

2,4-dinitrotoluene

26

Diisobutyl phthalate

27

Lead chromate

28

C.I. Pigment Red 104

29

C.I. Pigment Yellow 34

30

Phosphate Tris (2-chloroethyl)

31

Trichloroethylene

32

Boric acid

33

Anhydrous sodium tetraborate, Sodium tetraborate pentahydrate, Sodium tetraborate + hydrate

34

Sodium tetraborate

35

Sodium chromate

36

Potassium chromate

37

Ammonium dichromate, Ammonium bichromate

38

Potassium dichromate, Potassium bichromate

39

Cobalt (II) sulfate

40

Cobalt (II) nitrate

41

Cobalt carbonate (II)

42

Cobalt (II) acetate

43

2-methoxy ethanol

44

2-ethoxyethanol

45

Chromium trioxide

46

Chromic acid including chromic trioxide and the acid arising from its oligomers such as bichromate, dichromate chromic acid and oligomers of bichromate

47

2-ethoxyethyl acetate

48

Strontium chromate

49

1,2-benzene dicarboxylic acid, branched and straight chain alkyl esters which have 7 to 11 carbon atoms

50

Hydrazine j- hydrate, anhydrous hydrazine

51

1-methyl-2-pyrrolidone

52

1,2,3-chloropropane

53

1,2-benzene dicarboxylic acid, phthalic acid esters which consists of side chain hydrocarbons having 7 carbon atoms as a main component and has 6-8 carbon atoms

54

Tris (Chromating) Nichrome

55

Hydroxy octaoxodizincatedichromate potassium

56

Chromic acid eight hydroxide five zinc

57

Aluminosilicate refractory ceramic fibers (RCF)

58

Zirconia aluminosilicate refractory ceramic fibers (Zr-RCF)

59

Formaldehyde, oligomeric reaction products of aniline

60

Phthalic acid bis (2-methoxyethyl)

61

2-methoxyaniline; o- Anisidine

62

4- (1,1,3,3-tetramethylbutyl) phenol, (4-tert-octylphenol)

63

1,2-Dichloroethane

64

Bis (2-methoxyethyl) ether (diethyl terrain glycol dimethyl ether)

65

Arsenic acid

66

Calcium arsenate

67

Lead arsenate

68

N, N- dimethylacetamide (DMAC)

69

2,2'-dichloro-4,4'-methylene-bis-aniline (MOCA)

70

Phenolphthalein

71

Lead azide, Lead diazide (II)

72

Styphnic acid

73

Bispicric acid lead


As for the latest information of SVHC, please refer to the following URL.
URL http://echa.europa.eu/web/guest/candidate-list-table