Anticipating and adapting to environment
The FGAS II: Inventec Performance Chemicals in constant renewal
With the cessation of CFCs in the 1990s, which were the heart of our business, we became formulators, we had to master the complete cycle of our products.
Montreal, Kyoto, REACH, VOC ..... all these regulations have punctuated our developments and have impacted our strategy downstream and upstream; for example, we were among the 1st to remove CMR substances in our products.
To see the calendar of the regulation evolution, click here
The New Regulation FGAS II
The European Union established the Regulation (EU) N° 517/2014 on fluorinated greenhouse gases. Published in the Official Journal of 20 May 2014, the text called "F-GAS II" replaces Regulation (EC) N° 842/2006.
The objective of this Regulation, applicable since January 2015, is to protect the environment by reducing emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases.
Since the 1st of January 2015, this Regulation of fluorinated greenhouse gases:
• Establishes rules on containment, use, recovery and destruction of fluorinated greenhouse gases
• Imposes conditions on the placing on the market of specific products and equipment that contain, or whose functioning relies upon, fluorinated greenhouse gases;
• Imposes conditions on specific uses of fluorinated greenhouse gases;
(3)Except the HFC supplied directly by a producer/importer for use in military equipment, or for use in the etching of semiconductor material and the cleaning of chemicals vapour deposition chambers within the semiconductor manufacturing sector.
Anticipate with us
Inventec together with you in the replacement of HFC products.
- Formulated for Cleaning rinsing and drying of mechanical precision parts.
- substitute HFCs products and chlorinated products
- Not flammable
- Good compatibility with a wide range of metals, plastics and elastomers
INVENTEC PERFORMANCE CHEMICALS IS:
Formulator of high performance chemistry, Inventec brings an adapted answer to each one of your technological, industrial and environmental problematic.
Key points: accompaniments from A to Z by our experts, from the study o the following of the products via analyses realised in our laboratories, for an optimal result.
In a constant intention of durability, respect of the health and sustainable development, all our products are complying with the biodegradability, toxicology and recycling standards.
Our solutions for the substitution of HFCs
- Vapour phase process PROMOSOLVTM et NovecTM
- Vacuum process TopkleanTM
- Aqueous process PromocleanTM
- Manual process QuicksolvTM
RoHS means Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
The relevant compounds are:
- lead (Pb)
- mercury (Hg)
- cadmium (Cd)
- hexavalent chromium (Cr6+)
- Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB)
- Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE).
The maximum authorized concentrations of these substances are 0,1% by weight of homogeneous material, except for cadmium which is limited to 0,01%.
The directive concerns the products sold in any European territories. The directive applies to equipment as defined in WEEE directive (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive) concerning:
- Large household appliances;
- Small household appliances;
- IT & Telecommunications equipments;
- Consumer equipments;
- Lighting equipment—including light bulbs;
- Electronic and electrical tools;
- Toys, leisure, and sports equipments;
- Automatic dispensers.
- Batteries are not concerned by this directive.
- Ecorel and Ecorel easy range
For more information, please contact our expert: email@example.com
The European Union (EU) has modernized European chemicals legislation and implemented REACH, an integrated system for the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals. The main objective of Reach is to improve the protection of human health and the environment whilst maintaining competitiveness and strengthening the innovative philosophy in the European chemicals industry. A European Chemicals Agency has also been created to deal with the day-to-day management requirements of REACH.
The European Union (EU) has established REACH, an integrated system for the registration, evaluation, authorization and restriction of chemicals and created a European Chemicals Agency. REACH requires firms producing and importing chemicals to evaluate the risks resulting from the use of those chemicals and to take the necessary steps to manage any identified risks.The Industry has to prove that chemicals produced and sold on the market are safe. The purpose of this regulation is to ensure a high level of protection for the environment and human health, whilst strengthening the competitiveness of the chemicals sector and promoting innovation.
All Inventec products are concerned by REACH.
The REACH regulation considers the MSDS as the main communication document. On http://www.quickfds.fr/en/index.html, You can freely and easily consult all our products' MSDS
To manage the implementation of the REACH regulation, Inventec has set up a REACH committee within the Dehon Group. For further information, please hesitate to contact Inventec's experts: firstname.lastname@example.org
Consult our Material Safety Data Sheet on http://www.quickfds.fr/en/index.html
The European Union has established a regulatory framework for placing biocidal products on the market, in order to ensure a high level of protection for the environment and human beings and an efficient and proper way of functioning of the common market.
The directive addresses:
- the authorization and placing on the market of biocidal products in the Member states;
- the mutual recognition of authorizations within the Community;
- List at Community level of the active substances which may be used in biocidal products.
The directive applies to biocidal products, i.e. non-agricultural pesticides as defined in article 2 of the directive. An exhaustive list of the products concerned by this Directive is annexed below.
The authorization system is based on the principle of mutual recognition of authorizations principle. Within this philosophy, a biocidal product that has already been authorized or registered in one Member State must be authorized in another Member State within 120 days or registered within 60 days from the application being received by the other Member State. However, there are a number of exemptions from mutual recognition.
Chlorine for water treatment
The legislation on detergents offers improved protection of the environment by preserving water systems from the hazardous effects of certain compounds in detergents. It also increases consumer protection through more complete labeling which features any substance that could cause allergies.
This Regulation offers an improved protection of the aquatic environment against surfactants in detergents and other cleaning products. These surfactants – also called tensides – are included in detergents and other cleaning products to reduce the liquids' surface tension so that they can wet surfaces and clean them more efficiently. The legislation has been made more restrictive by including all types of surfactants and by making compulsory stricter testing methods for detergents to determine ultimate rather than initial biodegradability.
- Novexpans N11 B , N90, N88
For more information, please contact our expert : email@example.com
3 directives published between 1975 and 2008 govern the conception and manufacture of aerosol. The aerosol industries consider these directives as the references.
Concerning labels, CLP regulation for aerosols also has to be compled with.
Depending on the product type in aerosols, they also have to be conform with specific regulations on certain products such as:
- Leisure aerosols
- Mono-component foams
- NovaSpray HFC
- NovaSpray Hydrocarbon: n-butane, isobutene, propane, isopentane, cyclopentane, n-pentane
- NovaSpray DME
Subscribe to the CFA, the French association of aerosol professionals!
The European Union (EU) is adapting its classification of chemical substances and blends system to the United Nations Globally Harmonized System (GHS). Under this international system, chemical substances and blends are classified according to their hazardous properties, and pictograms and other warning notices which must appear on the label are determined. The rules introduced by the GHS are integrated in this Regulation which will gradually replace current legislation on the classification, labeling and packaging of chemical substances and blends.
This Regulation harmonizes requirements concerning the classification, labeling and packaging of chemical substances and blends in line with the international system approved by the United Nations. This harmonization enhances protection of health and the environment, and improves the free circulation of chemical substances and blends. Companies must classify, label and pack their substances and blends in accordance with the Regulation measures before launching them on the market. This regulation amends the directive 67/548/EEC on chemical substances and directive 1999/45/EC on blends and bans them with effect from June 1st, 2015.
The new pictograms : each hazard pictogram takes up 1/15th of the label surface must be least 1 cm2.
- The substances sold by Inventec have been labeled according to CLP since 1st December 2010.
- The blends sold by Inventec are labeled in accordance with CLP between 1st December 2010 and 2015.
Please check our Material Safety Data sheets on http://www.quickfds.fr/fr/index.html