In order to ensure the highest level of quality, we have developed clear processes and structures and established a certified quality management according to ISO 9001, and for our MIL/AERO Division additionally DIN EN 9100. To keep up-to-date, our employees and managers are constantly trained. For your satisfaction.
Safety is a top priority in the aerospace and defense industries in particular. Even the smallest errors in products or services can have far-reaching consequences. So the minimum requirements for the quality, safety and reliability of parts, systems and services along the entire supply chain are strict. Every company involved must take responsibility for its own actions and prove its compliance with quality standards.
EU Directive 2011/65/EU restricts the use of specific hazardous substances in electrical and electronic appliances. It regulates the use and marketing of hazardous substances in electrical appliances and electronic components. Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS 2) replaced the previous directive 2002/95/EC (RoHS 1) on January 3, 2013.
This directive does not apply for:
a) Equipment which is necessary for the protection of the essential interest of the security of member states, including arms, munitions and war material intended for military purposes;
b) Equipment designed to be sent into space;
c) Equipment which is specifically designed to be installed as part of another type of equipment to which the RoHS Regulations do not apply, which can fulfil its function only if it is part of that equipment, and which can be replaced only by the same specifically designed equipment.
In order to support its customers and suppliers, Heilind has been committed to implementing this directive since its introduction in 2006.
In this context, we work closely with manufacturers to track all changes in products. Even if we have no influence on production, we provide our customers with all the information that we receive. Please note: Heilind is not authorized to make any statements on its own behalf concerning the conformity of the products. We depend on the information provided by the manufacturer.
Heilind is conscious of the importance of this regulation for our international customers and those who operate globally in ensuring the peaceful, fair, sustainable use of the world's resources.
Heilind Electronics GmbH does not purchase conflict minerals or their metal derivates directly from metal works or other sources in conflict regions. However, because of their properties, these metals are widely used in electronics manufacturing and are also found in the components and parts used by us for the manufacture of our products.
As far as possible and in cooperation with our suppliers, we are currently working on creating the necessary transparency which will allow us to provide our customers with reliable information.
At the present time, we have not found any indications of conflict minerals in our supply chain.
If, within the scope of our investigations, we find any indications of the presence of conflict materials in supplied parts, we undertake to proceed appropriately and actively to inform you of this.
Under the REACH Regulation, manufacturing companies are obliged to actively inform customers about substances of very high concern (Art. 57) in products. As a distributor, we are in constant contact with all manufacturers who supply us. If we receive information that is relevant under the REACH Regulation, we will inform our customers immediately.
We are certified according to the following: