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Thread: anyone seen this with their B&W filter purchases?

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    Default anyone seen this with their B&W filter purchases?



    i saw this slip inside with my filter when i took it out.

    see the lead content and the description for the "cross".

    are you worried?

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    Default Re: anyone seen this with their B&W filter purchases?

    Not bothered by it

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    Default Re: anyone seen this with their B&W filter purchases?

    If you don't know if you should be worried, then you should be. Lead? Bad stuff, don't lick your fingers.

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    Default Re: anyone seen this with their B&W filter purchases?

    The image shows a paper declaration is applicable for a product marketed in China. In this case, product is B+W filter, as mentioned by thread starter.

    Declaration comes from "China ROHS". "ROHS" means "Restriction Of Hazardous Substances". European Union is the first implemented and starts this term "ROHS". See explaination for EU's ROHS at Wikipedia and "China ROHS" at Wikipedia.

    The numeral "50" in the two chasing arrows refers to the number of years the product remains environmentally friendly (or life span before the hazardous substances leak into the environment) as explained in Newark Farnell brochure.

    The format of declaration is given here.

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