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Halogen introduction

The halogen fluoride (F), chlorine (Cl), bromine (Br), iodine (I), astatine (At), referred to as halogen. Due to astatine radioactive elements, so people often say that the halogen only refers to: fluorine, bromine and iodine. Halogen chlorine, widely used in flame retardant, refrigerants, solvents. Organic chemical raw material, pesticide, bleach, wool degreasing.

Halogen control requirements from the beginning of the PCB industry, now gradually extended to more products and in the field, from industry associations and Brand Company. Although there is no direct legal mandatory control, but in order to buyer oriented supply chain, are often required for enforcement.
Different industry standards and internal standards may be different requirements for halogen, generally according to specific enterprise standards requirements to determine the specific need to control halogen materials or components
Test method:
1. halogen XRF rapid detection of 2. halogen elements chemical test 3. specific halogen organic chemical test 4. halogen whole machine verification 5.PVC component analysis
The halogen control in the general industry is 2 kinds of chlorine (Cl) and bromine (Br) elements. The specific limits are shown in the following table:


Limits of Hazardous Substances













Mainly for PCB boards or their substrates





PCB board in electronic products



<1000ppm (if derived from CFRs, PVC or PVC copolymer)

<1000ppm (if derived from BFRs)


Plastic materials (excluding PCB laminates) in electronic products




ROHS test

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according to
◆EU RoHS directive令2002/95/EC  EU RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC
◆July 1, 2006 formally implemented
◆The European Parliament and the Council of the European Union issued 2011/65/EU in June 8, 2011 to rewrite instructions on limiting the use of certain hazardous substances in electronic and electrical equipment, i.e., RoHS2.0.
◆Effective date: July 21, 2011. EU country should be within 18 months, in January 2, 2013 before the completion of transformation of national law, then 2002/95/EC (RoHS1.0) and all of its revision instruction abolished.
◆In June 4, 2015 the EU announced (EU) 2015/863 instruction, will be adjacent benzene two formic acid two (2- ethylhexyl) ester (DEHP), dibutyl phthalate (DBP), butyl benzyl phthalate two formic acid (BBP) and two formic acid isobutyl phthalate two (DIBP) included in the RoHS2.0 annex II restricted substances list. So far, 10 the material has reached RoHS 2 Appendix II restriction list. Electrical and electronic equipment during the transition period to July 22, 2019, medical equipment and monitoring equipment of the transition period to July 22, 2021. For belonging to the electronic
The other kind of toy products, DEHP, BBP, DBP content is required in accordance with REACH regulations in Appendix VII X control requirements.

Scope of application

1, suitable for the launch of the EU market, Annex 1 list of 11 categories of electrical and electronic products and related components, materials and other 11 categories of products include: large household appliances and small household appliances; IT; communication equipment; consumer equipment; lighting equipment; electric tools; toys, leisure and sports equipment; medical equipment; video control equipment, including industrial monitoring and control equipment; vending machine; not covered in the above categories all other electrical and electronic equipment. But does not apply to Article 2 (4) listed in the product or equipment.

2, the implementation of this Directive shall not contravene the European Union's legislation on safety and health requirements and legislation on chemicals, in particular (EC) 1907/2006 regulations, and the European Union's special legislation on waste management

RoHS2.0 instruction test content::

(DEHP) < 1000ppm, 0.1%, mg/kg

DBP) < 1000ppm, 0.1%, mg/kg
BBP)< 1000ppm, 0.1%, mg/kg
DIBP) < 1000ppm, 0.1%, mg/kg
Lead ( Pb ) < 1000ppm, 0.1%, mg/kg
Cadmium ( Cd ) < 100ppm, 0.01%, mg/kg
Mercury ( Hg ) < 1000ppm, 0.1%, mg/kg
Chrome/Chromium ( Cr6+ ) < 1000ppm, 0.1%, mg/kg
 PBB < 1000ppm, 0.1%, mg/kg
PBDE < 1000ppm, 0.1%, mg/kg

Detection of phthalates in two formic acid esters

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 Detection of phthalates in two formic acid esters

The EU promulgated in 2005, became effective in January 2007 two phthalic acid ester 2005/84/EC directive makes companies started to face up to the phthalic acid ester two harm on human body and its application, although there have been ASTM F 963, using the ST2002 standard control of the substances!


Phthalate two is a general term for a class of substances

At present, phthalic acid ester two by industry using 20 kinds, this is a good plasticizer, widely used in plastic, rubber, leather, printing ink and other products. It can be very good to increase the plasticity and fluidity of the forming process, and can increase the flexibility of before. The United States Environmental Protection Agency and other NGO studied phthalic acid ester two harm to the environment and biology research shows that phthalate two formic acid ester will affect the body's endocrine system, interfere with the body's normal hormone secretion, for men, long-term exposure may lead to the decrease of sperm, sperm motility, leading to infertility in women; it will interfere with fetal endocrine, influence the sex of the fetus.


After the implementation of the 2005/84/EC, countries / regions have promulgated laws and regulations to control such substances, but the control of the substance is not the same, please refer to the following table:


Country / statute Requirements scope of application
EU(European Union):2005/84/ EC DEHP+DBP+BBP≤0.1% All toys and child care products
DEHP+DBP+BBP≤0.1%;DINP+DIDP+DNOP≤0.1% All toys or child care items that can be put into the mouth
Argentina DEHP+DBP+BBP ≤ 0.1% All toys or child care products
DEHP+DBP+BBP+DINP+DIDP+DNOP≤0.1% Any toy or child care product that can be put into the mouth
Brazil DEHP、DBP / BBP≤ 0.1% All vinyl toys
DEHP、DBP、BBP、DINP、DIDP、DNOP≤ 0.1% Toys for all vinyl materials for children under 3 years of age
Denmark Comply with the 2005/84/EC regulations  
DEHP+DBP+BBP+DINP+DIDP+DNOP≤0.05% Applicable to all children's or children's care items under 3 years of age and can be put into the mouth
Japan Food Hygiene Law of People's Republic of China Prohibit the use of DEHP PVC resin toys for children under 6 years of age
No use of DEHP, DINP All PVC toys for children 6 years of age or less who have direct contact with children's mouth
ST2002 DEHP≤0.1% All PVC resin toys

All synthetic resin toys for children 6 years of age and under direct contact with children's mouth


Taiwan, China DEHP+DBP+BBP+DINP+DIDP+DNOP≤0.1% All children's toys or child care items for children under 14 years of age

United States Federal

Consumer product safety act H.R.4040

DEHP、DBP或BBP≤1000ppm All toys or child care products
DINP、DIDP或DNOP≤1000ppm Children's toys and child care articles that can be inserted into the mouth

California 65


DEHP、BBP、DBP、DIDP、DNOP、DINP或DnHP≤1000ppm Products for children under 6 years of age

REACH Testing

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REACH Testing

REACH detection is the EU regulations "chemicals registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction" (REGULATION concerning the Registration, Evaluation Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals) abbreviation, is the establishment of the European Union, and on June 1, 2007 onwards the chemicals regulatory system.


Project background

The REACH regulations are regulations on chemicals registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction (EC, 1907/2006), which are the EU's regulations for the preventive management of all chemicals entering their markets, and the.2007.6.1 and REACH regulations are formally implemented

POCE Baoce with professional qualification and ability of detection in the field of chemical detection, the directives and regulations compliance testing service has accumulated a wealth of experience, according to the relevant standards and regulations REACH requirements, according to customer demand, to provide one-stop REACH testing services.


Test item

- SVHC SVHC detection

According to the provisions of clause 7.2 of REACH regulations, when the goods contained in the SVHC mass fraction of more than 0.1%, and the material each year into the EU more than 1 tons / year / company, is the manufacturer or importer of the goods must be notified to the European Chemicals Agency.

Up to now, the EU chemical office has officially announced the 16 batch of SVHC list, click on the SVHC testing service page, to learn more details, the following 16 batch of SVHC list announced the specific time: 

• in October 2008, the first batch of SVHC lists were officially announced, totaling 15 items;

• in January 2010, the second batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 13 items;

• in June 2010, the third batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 8 items;

• in December 2010, the fourth batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 8 items;

• in June 2011, the fifth batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 7 items;

• in December 2011, the Sixth Batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 20 items;

• in June 2012, the seventh batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 13 items;

• in December 2012, the eighth batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 54 items;

• in June 2013, the ninth batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 6 items;

• in December 2013, the tenth batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 7 items;

• in June 2014, the eleventh batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 4 items;

• in December 2014, the twelfth batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 6 items;

• in June 2015, the thirteenth batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 2 items;

• in December 2015, the fourteenth batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 5 items;

• in June 2016, the fifteenth batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 1 items;

• in June 2016, the sixteenth batch of "SVHC" list was officially announced, totaling 4 items;

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Annex XVII restriction substances testing services

The regulations of REACH annex XVII, known as the "of certain dangerous substances, mixtures and articles of manufacture, placing on the market and use restrictions, regulations published, annex XVII contains 52 types of substances, with the laws and regulations continue to promote, limited range of hazardous substances more and more into the annex XVII of this attachment. At present there are 64 restrictions terms.

POCE Bao Da inspection, according to the REACH regulations, annex XVII terms, to provide relevant control material testing services. Annex XVII terms update, as follows:


- 2006.12.18, released the first 52 terms of material;

- 2009.6.22, issued 58 new restrictions, instead of the original 52 restrictions; new section 53~58 substances were perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS), diethylene glycol dimethyl ether (DEGME), diethylene glycol butyl ether (DEGBE), MDI (MDI), cyclohexane, ammonium nitrate (AN); remove thirty-third carbon tetrachloride, thirty-ninth 1,1,1- and three chloride;


- 2010.03.31, update third on the restricted substances and preparations for the content classification of hazardous liquids; add twentieth organic tin on three substituted organotin and two substituted organotin content; fifty-ninth new restrictions on dichloromethane;

- 2011.04.14, add sixtieth new restrictions on acrylamide;

- 2011.05.20, update twenty-third on CD original items, and add new restrictions;

- 2012.02.09, based on the original new item 28,29,20 for CMR material limited;

- 2012.05.15, add sixty-first new restrictions on two methyl fumarate;

- 2012.09.18, sixty-third new restrictions on lead and its compounds;

Update - 2012.09.18, twenty-third of the original CD content;

- 2012.09.19, fourth points 18a deleted the restriction on mercury, and add other restrictions;

- 2012.09.19, add sixty-second new restrictions on benzene mercury compounds;

- 2013.02.13, update sixth (asbestos), 16, 17 (lead carbonate) (lead sulfate), 28/29/30 (CMR) the original limit of content items; delete forty-second items on short chain chlorinated paraffins (SCCPs) restrictions; add forty-seventh about six chromium compounds and test methods; points out fifty-sixth xylene dpmdi diphenylmethane diisocyanate (MDI) of the 3 isomers;

- 2013.12.06, add fiftieth of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in other restrictions;

- 2014.03.25, add forty-seventh other restrictions on six chromium compounds requirements;

- 2014.05.08, sixty-fourth new restrictions on 1,4- two chlorobenzene;

- 2015.03.02, revision of detection method about PAHs fiftieth; deleted third items 51,52 in the adjacent benzene two formic acid ester requirements;

- 2015.04.23, update sixty-third on lead limit of sixth, and the new section 7~10 on lead limit;

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