Companies that supply articles containing substances on the Candidate List (SVHC) and place them on the EU market are obliged to provide ECHA with information on these articles.
- Since January 5th 2021 PULS submits the SVHCs information to ECHA via the SCIP database, in case that PULS brand devices contain SVHCs.
- For all of its standard devices which contain REACH-SVHC substances, PULS GmbH has timely stored the information required for this in the EU's so-called SCIP database. PULS records the SCIP-ID for the respective standard device in the product related M-DoC (Material Declaration of Conformity).
- Customers who place PULS standard products on the market within the European Union can use this SCIP ID to store their own SVHC data in the ECHA SCIP database.
Since September 15th 2021, ECHA has activated access to the SVHC database, under which the SVHC data stored by PULS can be called up.
Please click on the following link and enter the corresponding PULS article no. under Article Identity/Identifier.