Statement Regarding Compliance of Unigraf Products with EC Directives RoHS and WEEE

This information is being provided in an effort to assist Unigraf customers who are investigating the impact of Europe’s RoHS and WEEE directives on their business. The directives referred to in this statement are Directive 2002/96/EC dated 1/27/03 for Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and Directive 2002/95/EC dated 1/27/03 for RoHS

This information is based on our current understanding. It is the responsibility of each Unigraf customer to determine how the RoHS and WEEE directives apply to their own products. Contact the Unigraf Customer Support at if you have questions regarding the WEEE and the RoHS directives.

WEEE Statement

In an effort to improve waste management in the European Union, the European Union has enacted a Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE Directive). Annex 1A and 1B, Item 8 Medical devices (with the exception of all implanted and infected products) and Item 9 Monitoring and Control Instruments applies to products manufactured by Unigraf.

I Purchased after 13 August 2005, or
II Labelled with the WEEE label on the product or
packaging shown on the right, or
III Unlabeled, historical waste if customers are
replacing product with new product of a like kind.

The returns process:
1. Customer contacts Unigraf Oy. for RMA.
2. Upon completion of RMA, Customer sends product using the address provided by Unigraf.
3. All returned goods must be marked according to Unigraf RMA rules.
4. Customer is responsible for all freight and applicable customs duties – COD shipments will not be accepted.
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ROHS Statement

The RoHS directive calls for restricting or eliminating the use of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls, or polybrominated diphenyl ethers in electrical and electronic equipment. All but 2 of the 10 product categories defined in WEEE Annex 1A and 1B must comply with the RoHS directive, effective 1 July 2006. The exceptions are "Medical Devices" and "Monitoring and Control Instruments", and a general exception for products used by the military or for homeland defence.

It has been determined that all of Unigraf products are classified as "Medical Devices" or "Monitoring and Control Instruments," and are currently not subject to the RoHS directive. The exemption of Unigraf products from the RoHS directive extends only to products that Unigraf manufacture. Despite our current exempt status, some of Unigraf products are already available with RoHS compliance. Additionally, Unigraf is actively moving towards RoHS compliance of all products.

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