Declarations and Certifications

Here at Intronics Belgium we pursue a service of excellence, also when it comes to compliance. We aim at supporting customers with all relevant information and documentation for the current European regulations, contributing to their application in conformance with the legislation, answering all compliance related queries.

Since different products are required to adhere to various rules and regulations, we provide the relevant compliance documentation upon request. If you require an EU Declaration of Conformity or any other documents regarding Product Compliance, please contact: compliance@intronics.nl.

Please also note that the information and documents provided are strictly guided by legal requirements (minimum requirements). Any additional requirement e.g. industrial recommendations can still be requested, but they shall be differentiated accordingly.

Intronics Belgium is ISO 9001:2015 certified. Among other things, this certification determines the continuous commitment to customer satisfaction and the resulting quality assurance and improvement.

Download the ISO 9001:2015 certificate from Intronics Belgium

If you have any other questions please check our Compliance related FAQ shown here below, or contact us directly at: compliance@intronics.nl.


Compliance related FAQ

Are all products EU RoHS compliant?

All products which are required to comply with the applicable restricted substance requirements of the European Union’s Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS) Directive (2002/95/EC) as amended by the EU RoHS Recast Directive (2011/65/EU) are compliant. The EU RoHS Recast requires self-declaration to RoHS restrictions through the Declaration of Conformity (DoC) process and CE marking.

The Overall Directive 2011/65/EU includes the existing substances and the amendment; Directive 2015/863 (“RoHS3), which includes the 4 additional substances.

If the RoHS Directive is required, it will be included on the items Declaration of Conformity (DoC).

Do any products contain REACH substances of very high concern (SVHC)?

The European Union’s Regulation on the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) (2006/1907/EC) entered into force on June 1, 2007. Pursuant to Article 33, Intronics Belgium communicates information regarding Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) that are contained in articles in a concentration above 0.1% by weight through the Declaration of Conformity (DoC). Intronics Belgium actively monitors the European Chemical Agency’s SVHC candidate list and restricts SVHCs that have been added to the ECHA authorization list.

 Compliance is indicated on the items’ Declaration of Conformity (DoC) or indicated, using the Partial Material Disclosure (PMD).

Does Intronics Belgium have EU Declarations of Conformity for all products?

Yes, we do. Please contact our compliance team: compliance@intronics.nl
We will be able to provide you with the EU Declaration of Conformity (DoC) which is also
known unofficially as;
  • EC declaration of conformity
  • CE Certification
  • CE declaration of conformity
  • CE Statement
  • SoC (Statement of Conformity)
  • RoHS Compliance Form
  • CoC (Certificate of Conformity)

Do all products have Material Safety Datasheets?

Electronic devices do not require Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). The Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are however available for all items classified as hazardous by the CLP directive 1272/2008/EU.

Where can I find the Intronics Belgium Code of Conduct?

Intronics Belgium, as part of TKH Group N.V., has integrity and ethics as a top priority, forming the basic principles of the culture we strive for. As part of the TKH group we follow the TKH Code of Conduct which expresses important expectations about compliance and ethics. Any form or appearance of a conflict of interest between the company and the Executive Board shall be avoided, and this shall represent exemplary conduct for the rest of the organization.

Where can I find the Intronics Belgium Supplier Code of Conduct?

All Intronics Belgium suppliers are expected to comply with the TKH Code of Supply. As reflected in the Code of Conduct, Intronics Belgium stands for responsible business and has a ‘zero tolerance’ policy when it comes to unethical business behavior. We expect all of our suppliers to conduct their business ethically.

Where can I find the Intronics Belgium Conflict Minerals Report?

Intronics Belgium recognizes its responsibility to refrain from supporting or contributing to the violence & Human Rights violations associated with mining of certain materials in the Conflict Countries including Sudan/ Uganda/ Rwanda/ Burundi/ Tanzania and Zambia.

In the U.S Section 1502 of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act it requires Annual declaration from companies to the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission indicating if any of their products are produced using metals sourced from Conflict Countries.

Intronics Belgium supports the Dodd Frank Act & related U.S SEC rule & promotes transparency regarding ‘Conflict Materials’ throughout its supply chain & actively works with suppliers to source metals from sustained & ethical sources. Intronics Belgium does not directly purchase any conflict materials from any source and does not knowingly procure any product containing conflict minerals from the conflict regions.

Unfortunately, we are not always able to track materials further than our direct supplier, all the way back to the trading houses, refiners and mines. If a CMRT is required, please email our compliance team with the Intronics BV product number so we may check if we have the corresponding smelter house information.

Is it possible to receive a Suppliers Declaration?

Intronics Belgium can provide you with information concerning the originating status of goods with regard to the specific preferential rules of origin.

Please contact our compliance team and request the supplier’s declaration.
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