Product-related environmental protection

SensyMIC GmbH has established a comprehensive management system to ensure compliance with product-related environmental protection issues. Below are explanations of the most common topics.

1. Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH)

In accordance with Art. 33 of the REACH regulation, SensyMIC GmbH is obliged to inform their customers, if one of their products contain a substance of very high concern in a concentration of more than 0.1 percent.

The list of the SVHC substances can be found on the Internet pages of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) under

Up to today, we are not aware that products from SensyMIC, delivered to you contain any SVHC substances in concentrations over 0.1% by weight. If any SVHC substance is present in our products at the mass concentration mentioned, we would inform you immediatly.

2. EU directive RoHS (2011/65/EU, 2015/863/EU)

Temperature cables sold by SensyMIC GmbH fulfill the requierements of the EU directive (EU) 2011/65 with the regard to the following substances.

Lead (Pd) - 0,1% / Mercury (HG) - 0,1% / Hexavalent chromium (CrVI) - 0,1% / Cadmium (Cd) - 0,01% / Polyprominated biphenyls (PBB) - 0,1% / Polyprominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) - 0,1%

We also confirm compliance of our products regarding the list of substances on (EU) 2015/863:

Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalat (DEHP) - 0,1% / Butylbenzylphthalat (BBP) - 0,1% / Dibutylphthalat (DBP) - 0,1% / Diisobutylphthalat (DIBP) - 0,1%

3. Conflict minerals

The enactment of section 1502 of the US American Dodd-Frank Act commits listed US companies to provide proofs of origin for the raw materials tantalum, gold, tungsten, and tin and furthermore to put far-reaching auditing requirements for suppliers and material flows into practice. The objective is to reveal the global supply chains in order to ensure that no conflict commodities are contained in end products.

Such a product-specific disclosure and supply chain protection of the entire product portfolio of SensyMIC from commodities to the end product, i.e. a certification of each manufacturing step, is not reliably feasible. Furthermore, the certificates which were created with a great deal of erffort cannot be verified. In this connection, SensyMIC supports the demands of the ZVEI to exclusively conduct a certficiation of melting facilities.

Our sources of supply consist of qualified and well-known suppliers, without exception.

SensyMIC has already obtained confirmations from its major suppliers. To the present day, these suplliers certify without exception that no raw materials originating from such countries, which are listed in the already mentioned US American Dodd-Frank Act, are used. These certify to this day, without exception, that no raw materials from such countries that are mentioned in the cited US-American Dodd-Frank Act are used.

Due to the reasons mentioned above, SensyMIC cannot make a general statemant or fill our customer-specific questionnaires.