Golledge Counterfeit Policy and RoHS 2, REACH, and Conflict Mineral Declarations

As a world-leading supplier Golledge are keenly aware of our responsibility to ensure our products are free from hazardous materials and substances of very high concern, and that all component materials are responsibly sourced from conflict-free regions.

Our declarations of regulation compliance can be accessed here and our team are always ready to advise on any queries you may have. Please contact sales@golledge.com if you require further information or would like to know more.

 

More information on the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS2) Directive

The European Parliament has approved the Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS 2) Directive (2015/863/EU).

The directive states that the targeted materials shall no longer be contained in electronic products above certain limits unless there is an exemption provided in the rule.

Products meeting the stipulations of the directive are commonly referred to as "Pb-free", however as the directive includes other hazardous materials in addition to lead, it is possible for a device to be lead-free but still fail to be RoHS 2 compliant.

Pb-free definition

Component and Assembly Pb content shall be less than 0.1% by weight of the device (in accordance with IPC/EIA J-STD-006) and shall not be intentionally introduced.

Product Information

Product pages on our website use the following icons to indicate the RoHS status of our products.

Symbol
Meaning
RoHS2 Compliance Logo
Product is RoHS 2 compliant
Lead-free icon
Product is 'lead-free' (< 0.1% by weight )

 

We at Golledge also recognise the seriousness of the global component counterfeiting problem and take every measure we can to ensure our customers are always protected.