RoHS Declaration

Since July 1st, the European Community enacted the "
Directive 2002/95/EC on the Restriction of Certain Hazardous Substance in Electrical and Electronic Equipment". In Switzerland, the "Chemikalien-Risikoreduktions-Verordnung", was issued as fully comparable regulation.

The Council Directive 2002/95/EC is in common better known as Guideline about the "Restriction of certain Hazardous Substances", short RoHS. The RoHS directive bans the use of six hazardous substances in electrical and electronic products sold into Europe from July 1, 2006. The content of the following elements and compounds in electronic products must be less than the limit given:

Hexavalent Chromium:
Polybrominated Biphenyles:
Polybrominated Diphenylether:

 < 1'000 ppm
 < 1'000 ppm
 < 100 ppm
< 1'000 ppm
< 1'000 ppm
 < 1'000 ppm

Thermoguard RoHS Deklaration



RoHS Declaration 


With some exceptions like measuring devices, medical or military equipment, all products have to meet the Directive. Thermoguard products are measuring devices (or parts from it), so they do not fall into the scope of the Directive and are excepted. Nevertheless and in response to the Directive, Thermoguard has been delivering RoHS compliant versions of its products to customers since June 2006.

WEEE: Statement for Disposal

According to the Councils "Directive 2012/19/EU" issued by the European Community, all electronic products must be labeled with the crossed trashcan sign. At the end of lifetime, these products may not be disposed with ordinary garbage or commercial waste.

The guideline was adopted by the european nations into their national law. In Switzerland, a comparable regulation exists with the "
Verordnung über die Entsorgung elektronischer Geräte (VREG)".

WEEE Symbol
WEEE-Reg.-Nr. DE 68960573

For withdrawal and disposal of commercial waste, there are specific arrangements: Manufacturer and customer can decide contractual about the duty for fulfillment of the guideline. Thermoguard products are sold exclusively to commercial customers. According to the General Business Terms of Thermoguard, the customer has the obligation for disposal.