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Information “Free from silicone oils”

Zibulla & Sohn GmbH confirms that no silicone oil is used as a constituent in any of the lubrication formulations.


Information on chlorinated paraffins used

Raziol Zibulla & Sohn GmbH confirms that only chlorinated paraffins with a chain length of > C14 are used in any of the chlorinated lubricant formulations.
The chlorinated Raziol lubricants thus comply with Directive 2002/45/EC (“Prohibition of the use of short-chain chlorinated paraffins C10 – C13”)


 Information on REACH

With the REACH regulation, the EU has created a uniform system for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals – or REACH for short.
The purpose of this regulation is to achieve the greatest possible protection for human health and the environment.


Information on transport and storage under different climatic conditions

Forming lubricants are very complex mixtures or carrier media and a number of additives. They have not been developed for use at widely differing temperatures. Particular care is therefore necessary during transport and storage.


Information on the care of emulsions

Water-miscible metalworking media are subject to high loads during use. In order to achieve high process reliability, emulsions and dispersions must be inspected at regular intervals.
Attention also has to be paid to proper storage conditions for the concentrates and to the correct preparation of the working emulsions.


Information on the Solvents Directive

The 31st Federal Emissions Control Act (31st Directive on the Application of the Federal Emissions Control Act) has been in force since 25 August 2001, implementing the EU Solvents Directive (1999/13/EC) in German law and must be implemented by 2007. It defines the demands for the reduction of emissions of volatile organic solvents in both industrial and trade enterprises. It applies to certain machines in which relevant levels of volatile organic compounds are released. The Directive stipulates for certain branches and activities the maximum levels at which solvents may be employed.


Info on RoHS 2

Declaration on "RoHS 2" (Directive 2011/65/EU or electrical substances ordinance)

 

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