"Green" manufacturing also means "lead-free" and "halogen-free"
New initiatives regarding toxic substances are being implemented around the world. The European Union’s Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) industry initiatives are in place to produce electronic and electrical equipment that do not contain certain toxic substances, including lead, mercury, and cadmium. Our instruments can quickly detect if your printed circuit board (PCB) finishes, leads, terminations, solder and internal/external interconnects contain restricted substances.
Whether manufacturing leaded or lead-free electronics, screening all components to ensure the correct materials are being used can prevent the loss or degradation of reliability-critical systems, avoid filamentary corrosion (more commonly known as “whiskering”) and protect your brand ...and profits.
Electronic contract manufacturer must prove every assembly satisfies the varied alloy specifications of their customers, whether leaded or lead-free.
Platinum makes desirable jewelry, but its most important applications are industrial. Platinum is the primary component of catalytic converters, pollution control devices to convert dangerous automotive emissions to safe non-toxic substances.
As the demand for high performance materials increases, so does the importance of surface engineering. The surface of a solid is the point at which the material interacts with its external environment.
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