Distrupol supports the electrical and electronic (E&E) industry to meet the demanding regulatory, environmental, safety and performance requirements of the 21st century. Materials used in the design and construction of electrical and electronic components produced today must meet higher and tougher demands than ever before.
Working in partnership with industry leading suppliers, Distrupol is able to offer a versatile and broad portfolio of products which meet the demands of the latest electrical and electronic market trends including:
Reducing energy consumption
Lightweighting and miniaturisation
Durable and reliable protective gloves are required for a variety of manual handling work in the construction, logistics, transport, and waste management industries, amongst others.Read more
Bimodal HDPE allows you to retain the strength properties of HDPE whilst also benefiting from hugely improved environmental stress crack resistance and ease of processing. This makes it an ideal polyethylene solution for cable jacketingRead more
Flame retardancy is unsurprisingly a desired feature of wire and cable materials across a wide variety of sectors, including automotive (plus EV), industrial, consumer and electronicsRead more
Crastin® Super Fast (SF) dramatically reduces manufacturing costs by reducing cycle times by enhancing resin flow to extremely high levels.Read more
Distrupol's supply partner, DuPont™, helps customers meet electrical insulation standards with the industry’s largest number of materials pre-approved by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and recognized to IEC standards.
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Today’s legislation requires products, and therefore materials, to comply with the WEEE, EU RoHS and EU REACH Regulations.
The WEEE Directive requires the end-of-life separation of halogen-containing materials, and aims to reduce the amount of waste electrical and electronic equipment going to landfill. It requires all manufacturers and producers to take responsibility for what happens to the products they sell at the end of the product’s life.
The RoHS Directive aims to increase recycling and/or reuse of electrical and electronic equipment, and requires the substitution of heavy metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium and hexavalent chromium and traditional flame retardants with safer alternatives.
The REACH Regulation places responsibility on the industry to manage the risks from chemicals, provide safety information on the properties of their chemical substances to allow safe handling, and register the information in a central European Chemical Agency database. It also calls for the progressive substitution of the most dangerous chemicals when suitable alternatives have been identified, and applies the concept of "No data, no market".
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