Daubert Cromwell VCI Packaging Complies with RoHS Directive

ALSIP, IL Nine popular Daubert Cromwell corrosion inhibitor packaging products are free of the hazardous substances identified in the European Union's Directive on Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS), according to an independent laboratory which tested the products.

Electronics manufacturers and others concerned with RoHS can safely use the following Daubert Cromwell packaging papers and films to protect their equipment while in process, in storage, or in transit:
Clear Pak® 3000 film
Coppertex® paper
Premium Metal-Guard film
Protek Wrap® PW32 and PW32H papers
Silver-Guard(TM) anti-tarnish film
Silver-Saver® anti-tarnish paper
Uniwrap® MPI paper.

These and potentially other Daubert Cromwell products will help quality-conscious manufacturers keep hazardous materials out of new electrical and electronics equipment such as cell phones and computer components. The Directive bans substances such as lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, and other heavy metals. Deadline for compliance is July, 2006.

For more information about each product, copies of each Certificate of Analysis, and the name of your nearest distributor, call 800-835-3535, or send e-mail to www.daubertcromwell.com.

About Daubert Cromwell
Since the 1940s, Daubert Cromwell has set industry standards in corrosion prevention packaging.. Today Daubert Cromwell products are used worldwide in the automotive, electronics, military, steel, consumer, marine, and heavy equipment industries. For more information or to view the company's range of VCI products, contact Daubert Cromwell 800-535-3535 or visit www.daubertcromwell.com.

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