REACH Regulation created the candidate list of SVHC, the Substances of Very High Concern, for which there are obligations of communication. This list is updated twice a year by ECHA, the European Chemicals Agency. It is possible to download our statement related to these substances.
EPA TSCA Section 6(h)
As required under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), as amended by the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act, EPA issued five final rules on January 6, 2021, to reduce exposures to certain chemicals that are Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic (PBT). EPA is prohibiting the manufacture, processing, distribution and importing of those substances listed in Section 6(h) of TSCA unless their use is specifically exepted.
Conflict Minerals Declaration
Starting from 2021, EU-based importers of certain minerals and metals will have to comply with new supply chain due diligence obligations that will become mandatory under EU Regulation 2017/821 of 17 May 2017 (the Conflict Minerals Regulation). Similar provisions were already imposed under the US Dodd Frank Act.
Phthalates are a family of chemical compounds primarily used as plasticizers for plastics. Some of them may pose risks for human health. Such substances are not used in our production processes.
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large family of synthetic chemicals that are widely used throughout society and found in the environment. These fluorinated substances resist degradation when used and may accumulate in the environment, posing health risks.
Bisphenol A - BPA Declaration
Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical mostly used in manufacturing of plastics, in resins and in thermal paper. Bisphenol A is classified in the EU as a substance of very high concern because of the toxic effects on human ability to reproduce. For this reason there are several restriction to the use and presence of BPA.
Volatile organic compounds – OCOV Declaration
Since 1998 the Swiss Federal Council introduced a customs taxation related to the quantities of volatile organic compounds.
Processing parameters for injection molding
|ISOBLEND/DAFNEBLEND : polycarbonate-abs alloy||Download Data Sheet|
|ISOCLEAR/DAFNELOY : polycarbonate||Download Data Sheet|
|ISODUR/DAFNELOY : polybutyleneterephthalate||Download Data Sheet|
|ISOGLAS/DAFNELOY D : polymethylmetacrylate||Download Data Sheet|
|ISOFIL/DAFNELEN : mineral filled polypropylene||Download Data Sheet|
|GREEN ISOFIL : mineral filled recycled polypropylene||Download Data Sheet|
|ISOFLEX/ISOPLEN : Unfilled polypropylene||Download Data Sheet|
|ISOFORM/DAFNELAN : polyacetal||Download Data Sheet|
|ISOGLASS/DAFNELEN : glass fiber reinforced polypropylene||Download Data Sheet|
|ISONYL 6/DAFNEMID 6 : polyamide 6||Download Data Sheet|
|ISONYL 66/DAFNEMID 66 : polyamide 66||Download Data Sheet|
|ISORYL : polyphenyleneoxide||Download Data Sheet|
|ISOSTYR/DAFNESTYL : polystyrene||Download Data Sheet|
|ISOTER/DAFNELAC : acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene||Download Data Sheet|
Chemical resistance charts
A qualitative evaluations about the resistance of polymeric compounds produced by Sirmax, considering different chemicals, concentrations, temperatures.