Cold cathode lamps will continue illuminating signs. The European Commission confirms their conformity.

di Redazione AIFIL[IN]FORMA - 18 luglio 2011
Classificato in: CIT, Europea, Legislazione, Risoluzioni | Tag: ,

Tailor Made Cold Cathode Lamps for signs, advertising, architectural lighting and art comply with category 4 (f) of Annex III of the RoHS Regulations.

Luc Steegmans, President of the European Sign Federation (ESF), has been working for some time now with the consultants to the European Commission in relation to the classification of tailor made cold cathode fluorescent lamps (TMCCFL) and on their use in conformity with the RoHS directive.

After months of meetings and confrontations, Luc Steegmans, sent us an absolutely important information: tailor made cold cathode lamps for signs, advertising, architectural lighting and art conform to Category 4(f) of Annex III of the RoHS Regulations.

Luc Steegmans and ESF Technical Committee strongly air jordan 10 recommend that all sign manufacturers publicize this news.

Luc Steegmans and ESF Technical Committee (of which our member Fausto Martin is co-chairman together with Mike Hall) will continue to work with the European Commission and its consultants to ensure a  future to the sign industry.

In spite of the many difficulties, says Luc Steegmans, “there is no reason to assume our type of Cold Cathode Lamps, and their derivative commercial ‘neon’, are being phased out, and we strongly believe they have a bright future as manufacturers are organising themselves to commit to programmes that not only enhance quality but also make the products comply even more with growing expectations and demands of modern society”.

Luc Steegmans, Presidente ESF.

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