The Electrolux Restricted Materials List specifies the chemicals that Electrolux classifies as “banned”, “restricted” and “substances of concern”.
Through the Restricted Materials List (RML), Electrolux stipulates its group-wide position on chemicals in products.
The RML is designed to facilitate compliance to legislation such as restrictions on hazardous substances (RoHS), and registration of chemicals (such as REACH) as well established or up-coming stricter chemicals regulations around the globe.
The purpose of the list goes beyond compliance–by monitoring the presence of chemicals that may potentially constitute a risk, the Group is equipped to respond to new scientific findings.
The RML covers all materials and parts of products as well as packaging. Compliance is mandatory for all Electrolux operations and suppliers. Contact your Electrolux business partner for further requirements.
Download the Restricted Materials List below.
Information according to Article 33.1 of REACH Regulation EC No 1907/2006 (REACH)
Article 33.1 of REACH requires suppliers to provide information about presence of substances of very high concern (as published by European Chemical Agency) present above 0.1 % weight/weight in some products and components.
Therefore, Electrolux provides the following information:
|Substance name||Cas No||Examples of application|
|Metallic Lead||7439-92-1||The substance may be present in steel, aluminum and copper alloys as well as in high melting temperature type solders (applications exempted from restrictions by EU RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU, Annexes III and IV).|
|Dodecamethylcyclohexasiloxane (D6)||540-97-6||The substance may be present in silicon polymers specifically used for cables, detergent dispensers, gaskets and rubber seals.|
|Terphenyl, hydrogenated||61788-32-7||The substance is used in heat transfer fluids and may be present in electrical thermostats of cooking applications|