2013 Mermet Product Catalog
January 4, 2013 | By Mermet | Impressions: 242 |
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The HPD Standard is solely a declaration of product content and direct health hazards associated with exposure to its individua l contents. It is not a full assessment of environmental impacts from the life cycle of this product. It is not an assessment of risks associated with actua l use of the product. It does not address the potential health impacts of substances used or created during manufacture that do not appear in the final produ ct as residuals, nor substances created during combustion or other degradation processes. This Health Product Declaration was generated following the requirements of the noted Standard version and is valid for a total of three years after date of issue or three months after a substantive change of product contents occurs. Users should verify that this Health Product Decla ration is compliant with the most current version of the HPD Standard. Accuracy of claims made in this Health Product Declaration is the sole responsibility of the listed manufacturer and certifier (if applicable). The HPD Collaborative does not warrant any claim made herein, explicit or implicit. The HPD Stan dard is an “open standard” developed and managed by the HPD Collaborative, a nonprofit organization. For more information, visit hpdcollaborative.org. CONTENT IN DESCENDING ORDER OF QUANTITY All ingredients must be assessed for health warnings against Priority Hazard Lists, regardless of disclosure level. Priority Hazard Lists and information on the GreenScreen Benchmarks can be found at www.hpdcollaborative.org/hazardlists. : GreenScreen Benchmark; RC : Recycled Content, PC : Post Consumer, PI : Post Industrial (Pre-consumer), BO : Both; Nano : comprised of nanoscale particles or nanotechnology NameCAS RN% weightGSRCNanoRole Hazard AWarning A Hazard BWarning B Hazard CWarning C Hazard DWarning D Hazard EWarning E Notes PVC related polymers 36 - 40 %UUPolymer None foundNo warnings found on HPD Priority lists GLASS / MINERAL FIBER 65997-17-336 %LT-UNNCore Yarn None foundNo warnings found on HPD Priority lists Continuous filament fibrous glass 1,2-BENZENEDICARBOXYLIC ACID, DINONYL ESTER, BRANCHED AND LINEAR 68515-45-710 - 20 %LT-UNNPlasticiser None foundNo warnings found on HPD Priority lists Calcium Zinc Complex Not registered1 - 5 %NNHeat Stabaliser None foundNo warnings found on HPD Priority lists Undisclosed (Flame Retardant) Unknown0.97 %UUFlame Retardant UnknownNot disclosed Flame Retardant Health Product Declaration v1.0 - hpdcollaborative.org - Page 2 of 4
xxx / Reloc 12 2400 - 1 WINDOW SHADES SECTION 12 2400 WINDOW SHADES SPECIFYING STRATEGY: STEP 1: REVIEW "WINDOW SHADE APPLICATIONS" ARTICLE UNDER PART 2 TO SPECIFY SHADE TYPES AND LOCATIONS. STEP 2: REVIEW REMAINDER OF PART 2. LINKS FOR SOME PARAGRAPHS SHOULD
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