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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 90 in Riga in 2006 (January 31. No 6 21) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 17 august 2004, the Regulation No 723 "rules on the restriction of use of chemical substances in electrical and electronic equipment" Issued under the chemicals and chemical products, in accordance with article 16 of the law to make the Cabinet of 17 august 2004, the Regulation No 723 "rules on the restriction of use of chemical substances in electrical and electronic equipment" (Latvian journal, 2004, nr. 131) as follows: 1. Express 3 the following : "3. the new electrical and electronic equipment, electric light bulbs, and luminaires in households, which are marketed by July 1, 2006, shall not contain lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls and polybrominated diphenyl ethers, except the use of the substances referred to in the annex to these provisions. A tolerance of lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls and polybrominated diphenyl ethers of the maximum concentration of 0.1% of the homogeneous material for cadmium by weight as well as the maximum concentration of 0.01% of homogeneous material weight. "
2. Delete paragraph 5.
3. To supplement the rules with the annex as follows: "Cabinet of Ministers of 17 august 2004, the Regulation No 723 After July 1, 2006 level of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls and polybrominated diphenyl ethers of the usage of 1. Mercury in compact fluorescent light bulbs, in not more than 5 mg per bulb.
2. Mercury in straight fluorescent lamps for general use, up to a maximum of: 2.1.-halofosfāt 10 mg mercury-containing lamp;
2.2.5 mg of mercury-containing light bulbs — triphosphate with normal lifetime;
2.3.8 mg of mercury-containing light bulbs — triphosphate with long lifetime.
3. Mercury in straight fluorescent lamps for special use (such as a solarium, disinfection lamps light bulbs).
4. mercury in light bulbs, which are not listed in this annex, point 2 and 3.
5. lead in glass of cathode ray tubes, electronic components and fluorescent light bulbs.
6. lead in steel-up to 0.35% of the weight, aluminium up to 0.4% by weight in, copper alloys — not more than 4% by weight.
7. Lead in solders with high melting temperature (doped lead alloys that contain lead content of 85% or more by weight of).
8. Lead in solders for servers, storage and storage array systems, network infrastructure switching, signalling and transmission equipment as well as network management for telecommunications.
9. lead electronics ceramic parts of equipment (for example, in pjezoelektronisk).
10. Cadmium and its compounds in electrical contacts, as well as coating with cadmium, except for hazardous chemicals and the use of dangerous chemical products, which are prohibited under the legislation on hazardous chemicals and the use of dangerous chemical products and trade restrictions and prohibitions.
11. Hexavalent chromium as an anti-corrosion feature steel cooling system in absorption refrigerator.
12. Dekabromdifenilēter the use of polymers.
13. lead in lead-bronze bearing ieliktņo and box.
14. lead the connector, used in kontaktsaderīg systems.
15. lead as a coating material for the thermal conduction module c-ring.
16. Lead and cadmium in optical glass and glass filters.
17. Lead in solders that contain more than two elements, and down the connection and the microprocessor package connections that lead content is from 80% to 85% by weight.
18. Lead in solders for stable electronic communication between the chip and semiconductor media integrated "Flip-Chip" packages. " Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis
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