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The Canon Green Procurement Survey
S r e Form Entr
Survey
Entry Man
Manual
al
Version 7.00
(based on JGPSSI Ver.4.31 and Green Procurement Standards Ver.11)
Issued by Canon Inc.
June 2015
This manual is a compilation of the entry procedures for Canon’s original survey and the entry procedures for the Canon
Group’s survey that adheres to Version 4.31 of the Japan Green Procurement Survey Standardization Initiative (JGPSSI)
survey format, which is based on guidelines and manuals issued by VT62474 sectional meeting established within the
IEC/TC111 domestic committee.
Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7
7.
8.
9.
Goal of this Manual
P.2
Survey Forms
P.2
Green Procurement Survey Concepts
3 1 Basic Concepts behind the Green Procurement Survey
3-1.
P.3
P3
3-2. Concepts on Contained Substances
P.3~5
Responses for JGP Files
4-1. How to Obtain Manuals and the Survey Response Tools P.6
4-2. Precautions
P.6-13
Packaging Survey Sheet P14-20
Explanations of Canon’s additional survey form
P.21-27
Other
7-1. When non-compliant and compliant items are produced in parallel
7-2. Updating Submitted Data
P.28
7-3. How to name Canon’s Additional Survey Form files
P.28
References and Examples
P.29-40
Revision History
P.41
P.28
Note
1. In general, please reply by Japanese or English for Canon Green Procurement Survey. If impossible, please contact to
survey requester.
2. Please observe the following points when entering data and information in survey forms.
In general,
general make kanji,
kanji katakana,
katakana and hiragana entries with double-byte characters and alphanumeric entries with singlebyte characters. The exception is for symbols; enter symbols in double-byte characters when used in Japanese notation
and in single-byte characters when used with alphanumeric notation.
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1. Goal of this Manual / 2. Survey Forms
Goal of this Manual
This manual provides explanations of the entry items in green procurement surveys that follow VT62474 sectional meeting
established within the IEC62474 and IEC/TC111 domestic committee guidelines and the “Manual for Survey of Chemical
Substances Contained in Parts and Materials” as well as detailing the concepts and entry procedures for the Canon Group’s green
procurement survey.
p
y
Some surveyed parts require an additional survey form separate from the VT62474-governed survey form. Please complete the
required survey forms after confirming the survey forms sent to you and reading over related entry procedures.
The VT62474 Web site at the URL below provides up-to-date information , guidelines, manuals, and other documents. Please visit
this site for more information.
http://vt62474 jp/index html
http://vt62474.jp/index.html
Survey Scope and Survey Forms
The Canon Group conducts a survey, using the Former JGPSSI survey format, of all procured parts and materials. Note, as given
in the Former JGPSSI manual, that the following items are not included in the survey scope:
•Indirect components and secondary materials used in the manufacturing process that do not remain in the final product or part
(If indirect components or secondary materials do remain in the final product or part, you may be required to report them as
impurities.)
For some surveyed parts and materials, you may be required to complete a Canon Group survey form (Canon’s additional survey
form) together with the Former JGPSSI-format survey (JGP file). Accordingly, the Canon Group conducts four types of surveys.
(1) JGP file survey only
JGP File
(2) Set surveys: JGP file survey and
Canon’s additional survey form
JGP File
Canon’s Additional
Survey Form
(3) Canon’s additional
survey form only
Canon’s Additional
Survey Form
(4) Packaging Survey Sheet
only
Packaging
Survey Sheet
Since confirmation of substances prohibited by Canon is required in the Ver4.31 survey, make sure that the survey format is as in (2).
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3.
Green Procurement Survey Concepts
3-1. Basic Concepts behind the Green Procurement Survey
The Canon Group’s survey has two main components:
• JGP file survey: declarations on contained substances from the substance groups listed in the IEC62474
• Packaging Survey Sheet : : Packaging material application information
• Canon’s additional survey : declarations on other substance groups and environmental-related information
We ask you provide responses with data your firm has derived scientifically and content your firm can be accountable for to the Canon Group.
This survey does not require that you use any particular analysis or measurement methodology.
Furthermore, we ask that you provide information on the presence of chemical substances in this survey in line with the definitions, scopes, and
other concepts described later.
3-2. Concepts on Contained Substances
Definitions and concepts of terms in general follow those given in the VT62474 manuals. This section gives the Canon
Group’s interpretations of these definitions and more detailed explanations.
Definition and Examples of Contained Substances
A chemical substance is said to be “present” in a part or material when it is included as a constituent part, element, or ingredient in a part or
material that forms a product. Elements that contain substances are either intentionally added or impurities.
Intentionally Added
Intentionally added refers to the inclusion of a chemical substance in a part or material to produce a certain functionality. In other words, the
desired configuration or form of the part or material cannot be obtained without the presence of the intentionally added substance.
Impurities
Impurities refers to chemical substances that cannot be completely removed by current industrial technology in cases like the
following:
•
chemical substances that exist in the natural world and are contained in natural materials
•
by-products generated in the synthesis of materials or chemical substances as well as raw materials or catalysts that remain as
residues after synthesis;
•
chemical substances used in the manufacturing processes of parts and materials but not used to produce any specific
functionality in the parts or materials;
•
chemical substances contained in recycled materials used in metal refining, paper composition, or other processes.
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3.
Green Procurement Survey Concepts
Examples of Intentionally Added Substances and Impurities
Intentionally Added Substances
 Added PVC when flexible PVC is used in wire sheathing; also the phthalates used as plasticizing agents in flexible PVC
 PVC is used in sheathing for its functionality, such as its high insulation and chemical resistance properties. Phthalates are
added to PVC to make it more flexible.
 Lead added to free-cutting steel
 Lead is added to steel as a functional element, in this case improving the machinability of steel.
 Inorganic compounds (such as cadmium, lead, or chromium compounds) added as colorants to plastics
 Inorganic compounds are used as pigments to obtain certain colors in plastics.
Impurities
• Chemical substances that exist in the natural world and are contained in natural materials
 Lead and cadmium found in zinc compounds that are added to rubber stabilizers
 Lead contained in tin plating or lead found in tin that is included in lead-free solder
 Cadmium
d i
contained
i d in
i the
h zinc
i compounds
d found
f d in
i brass
b
materials
i l
 Lead and cadmium are metals that naturally occur in mineral ores and are unintentionally included in metal compounds produced from mineral ores. In
particular, tin is known to frequently contain lead and zinc to contain lead and cadmium.
• By-products generated in the synthesis of materials or chemical substances as well as raw materials or catalysts that remain as residues after synthesis
 Monomer components that cannot be completely removed from compound plastics, such as vinyl chloride monomers found in polyvinyl chlorides (PVC)
 Polyvinyl chlorides are normally synthesized by suspension polymerization of vinyl chloride monomers (CHCl=CHCl).
(CHCl=CHCl) Since the polymer synthesis does
not react 100 percent, some of the raw monomer components remain in the PVC. The PVC is purified to remove residual monomer components through
reprecipitation or other processes. However, some trace amounts of unreacted monomer components are known to remain even after purification since
complete removal of monomer components is scientifically difficult.
• Chemical substances used in the manufacturing processes of parts and materials but not used to produce any specific functionality in the parts or materials
 Organic solvents used for cleaning after part assembly or material processing
 Organic solvents are usually used to clean parts or materials of oils and debris that accumulate in the course of manufacturing or processing. These
organic solvents are highly volatile and almost always disperse or disappear during processing. They are considered impurities, however, when solvent
residues for some reason remain attached to parts or materials.
• Chemical substances contained in recycled materials used in metal refining, paper composition, or other processes
 Recycled
y
materials consist of closed-recycled
y
materials, the composition
p
of which is known, and open-recycled
p
y
materials, where the composition
p
is not
accurately known. Open-recycled materials are particularly common in metal refining and recycled paper. When recycled, then, chemical substances that
have been used in a variety of applications and configurations are present without producing any specific functionality.
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3.
Green Procurement Survey Concepts
Scope and Criteria for Determining the Presence of a Substance
Regardless of the processing history of parts or materials, the substances to be reported are based on the scope given in the Canon Group’s Green
Procurement Standards. This scope, which is used to decide whether a substance is present, is expressed as a threshold level. In this context, threshold levels
are boundary values for determining the presence or non-presence of substances in parts and materials procured by the Canon Group. These threshold levels
include not only numerical composition amounts (concentrations) but also the concepts of intentionally added, impurities, and special applications.
The threshold level is set for each substance category and intended use classification. In calculating the content (concentration) as an
element of threshold definition, note that it differs depending on the intended use classification, for example, when the denominator is
(1) homogeneous material or (2) product or subpart weight.
A
Answer
correctly
l by
b referring
f i to the
h threshold
h h ld levels
l l in
i the
h IIntended
d dU
Use Cl
Classification
ifi i column
l
off the
h JGP S
Survey R
Response T
Tools.
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For the judgment of content or no with JGP Survey Response Tools, follow the threshold levels in Annex A1 and A2 of "Material
Composition Survey and Response Manual" issued by VT62474
Concepts on Substance Masses
When reporting substance masses and composition amounts, please enter scientifically based data from:
• actual measurement values (such as analyzer data)
• theoretical or calculated values ((usingg logical
g
methodologies
g with a scientific basis))
• design values (amounts of substances used to provide specific functions to parts or materials)
There are cases where substance masses vary over a manufacturing lot.
Some specific examples are as follows:
• when coating or additive amounts vary substantially in the manufacturing process (such as solder on circuit boards or plating layers in metal
surfacing processes);
• when the composition ratio of a standard material ranges widely (JIS standard materials such as free-cutting steel or brass);
• when recycled materials are used;
• when the same part or material is manufactured at different sites.
In such cases, please report the maximum value, in principle, of the substance mass.
You may follow your own scientific calculation methods in cases where variances exist in substance masses. Should it be difficult to clarify the scientific
b k
background,
d please
l
refer
f to
t th
the specific
ifi examples
l given
i
iin thi
this manual.
l
When the types of substances present differ because the same part or material is manufactured at different sites, please report all substances that may
possibly be present.
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4.
Responses for JGP Files
4 1 How
4-1.
H tto Obtain
Obt i Manuals
M
l andd the
th Survey
S
Response
R
Tools
T l
Please download the manuals published by VT62474 and the Survey and Response Tools from the VT62474 homepage
(http://vt62474.jp/index.html)
The manuals and survey response tools that are necessary for the survey and response on chemical substance in products as based on the Survey
and Response Format Ver.4.3
Ver 4 3 are the three items below.
below
1.
Survey Response Tools Ver.4.3x
2.
Survey and Response Manual Ver.4.3x : Edition 1 .x
3
3.
Survey Response Tools Ver
Ver.4.3x
4 3x Operation Manual : Edition 11.x
x
“2. Survey and Response Manual Ver.4.3 : Edition 1” specifies the guidelines related to survey and response methods; “3. Survey Response Tools
Ver.4.3x Operation Manual : Edition 1 ” provides explanations on the operation methods and data input methods.
In Ver4.30, there are discrepancies in Classification No (duplication of Classification No).
If Ver4.30 was used, it is not possible to properly provide responses regarding substances added to Ver4.20. Thus, make
sure to use Ver4.31 or a later version.
4-2. Precautions
When providing responses, read through the VT62474 manuals obtained as described in 4-1, and input responses by following the contents described
in the manuals.
In addition,, as the items for which pparticular care must be taken when pprovidingg responses
p
are described in this section,, pplease observe them strictly.
y
Precautions consist of the 5 points listed below.
Explanations of concrete details are given starting on the next page. Please make sure to read them.
( )
(1)Thorough
g error checks
(2)When SVHCs are applicable to responses for another substance group
(3)Limitations when loading data based on old formats
(4)Retention of requester management information
(5)File name when saving JGP files
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4.
Responses for JGP Files
(1) Thorough error checks
In the Survey Response Tools Ver.4.3x, two error checks—“Error Check 1” that checks contents entered on Level 1 and Level 2, and “Error Check 2” that
checks contents entered on Level 2 and Level 3—are set. Make sure to perform these 2 error checks.
Execution of Error Check 2
After entering the substance group on Level 2 and the necessary items on Level 3, click the [OK] button located at the top of the Level 2 screen.
The message “Do you want to run an error check?” is displayed. Make sure to press [Yes] and perform an error check on the data entered on Level 2 and Level 3.
[Screen image of Level 2 in the Survey Response Tools]
[Screen image of Level 1 in the Survey Response Tools]
When there is no
error or warning
Automatically
returns to
the Level 1 screen.
When there is an error or warning
One of the following screens is displayed.
The display for “A. When there is an error” is displayed when (1) there is an error, and (2) there is
both an error and warning.
Click [[OK]] to display
p y the contents of the error ((and warning).
g)
When the display for “B. When there is only a warning” is displayed, click [Yes].
The contents of the warning are displayed.
A. When there is an error
B. When there is only a warning
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4.
Responses for JGP Files
[Screen image of Errors and Warnings]
Correction required
Correction required
Correction required
Check contents
Correction required
Correction required
q
Check contents
Check the Error contents and Warning contents, and click [Back].
Errors represent inadequate input for required items. Make sure to correct all Errors.
Warnings represent a call to attention, and if there are no mistakes in the entered contents, it is not necessary to make corrections regarding the contents of
Warnings.
After correcting all Error contents and confirming Warning contents, click the [OK] button on the Level 2 screen once again.
On the “Do you want to run an error check?” screen that is displayed next, click [Yes].--------(A)
When there is no Warning, the screen automatically returns to the Level 1 screen. When there is a Warning, “Warning(s) found. Confirm?” is
asked once again, but since you have already checked the Warning contents, click [No]. The screen automatically returns to the Level 1 screen.
(Note) If the message “Error(s) found.” is displayed in (A), this means that corrections are incomplete.
Correct the data until the message “Error(s) found.” is no longer displayed in (A).
Execution of Error Check 1
After returning to Level 11, click [SAVE JGP]
JGP]. As with Error Check 22, the message “Do
Do you want to run an error check?”
check? is displayed
displayed. Make sure to
click [Yes], and perform an error check on the data entered on Level 1 and Level 2.
[Screen image of Level 1 in the Survey Response Tools]
As with Error Check 2, if an error is detected, make sure to correct the error. Correct the data until the message “Error(s) found.” is no longer
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displayed.
4.
Responses for JGP Files
(2) When SVHCs are applicable to responses for another substance group
When there is content of SVHC, there may be cases where responses must be made for substance groups other than Substance Group No. J01 on Level 2 (cases where
input of responses is required).
The threshold level as an SVHC is “Case where individual SVHC exceeds 0.1% by weight per survey unit,” but for the SVHCs listed in the chart below, please note that
separate thresholds other than the REACH threshold are set.
Based on the state of content, there are (1) cases where reporting is required only as an SVHC, (2) cases where reporting is required as both an SVHC and a substance
group other than SVHC, and (3) cases where reporting is required only as a substance group other than SVHC. Thus, provide appropriate responses in accordance with
the state of content.
Applicable SVHCs
Tributyl Tin Oxide (TBTO)
Substance groups applicable to responses
based on state of content
Reporting level (threshold level)
A17: TBTO
Cases containing intentionally added TBTO
A28: Tri-substituted organostannic
compounds
(1) Cases containing intentionally added Tri-substituted organostannic compounds
(2) Cases where tin content in homogeneous material is over 0.1% by weight
C09: Selected Phthalates Group 1 (BBP, DBP,
DEHP)
Cases where the total content of BBP, DBP, and DEHP in homogeneous material is
over 0.1%
0 1% by weight
A07: Hexavalent Chromium Compounds
Cases where hexavalent chromium in homogenous material is over 0.1% by weight
A09: Lead and Lead Compounds
[A09: Lead and Lead Compounds]
(1) Cases where lead content in homogeneous material is over 0.1% by weight
However,
(2) In
I cases off a battery,
b tt
where
h llead
d content
t t iin th
the bbattery
tt
iis over 00.004%
004% bby weight
i ht
(3)In cases of coating on a toy or a product for children or surface coating, where
lead content in the coating is over 0.009% by weight
(4) In cases of a consumer product mainly for children of twelve years of age and
under, where lead content in the product is over 0.03% by weight
((5)) In cases of an electric wire/cable or a cord insulated with
thermosetting/thermoplastic resin, where lead content in the surface coating is over
0.03% by weight
Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP)
Dibutylphthalate (DBP)
Butyl benzyl phthalate (BBP)
Strontium chromate
Pentazinc chromate octahydroxide
Potassium hydroxyoctaoxodizincate
dichromate
Lead chromate
Lead chromate molybdate sulfate red
A07: Hexavalent Chromium Compounds
C.I.Pigment Yellow 34
[A07: Hexavalent Chromium Compounds]
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Cases where hexavalent chromium in homogenous material is over 0.1% by weight
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Responses for JGP Files
Applicable SVHCs
Substance groups applicable to responses based
on state of content
Reporting level (threshold level)
A09: Lead and Lead Compounds
[A09: Lead and Lead Compounds]
(1) Cases where lead content in homogeneous material is
over 0.1% by weight
However,
((2)) In cases of a battery,
y, where lead content in the
battery is over 0.004% by weight
(3)In cases of coating on a toy or a product for children
or surface coating, where lead content in the coating is
over 0.009% by weight
(4) In cases of a consumer product mainly for children of
twelve years of age and under,
under where lead content in the
product is over 0.03% by weight
(5) In cases of an electric wire/cable or a cord insulated
with thermosetting/thermoplastic resin, where lead
content in the surface coating is over 0.03% by weight
A23: Dibutyltin (DBT) compounds
[A23: Dibutyltin
[A23
ib l i (DBT)
(
) compounds]
d]
Cases where tin content in material is over 0.1% by
weighthomogeneous
Lead titanium trioxide
Lead titanium zirconium oxide
Dioxobis(stearato)trilead
Lead cynamidate
Lead dinitrate
Trilead dioxide phosphonate
Tetralead trioxide sulfate
Pentalead tetraoxide sulphate
Sulfurous acid, lead salt, dibasic
F tt acids,
Fatty
id C16
C16-18,
18 lleadd salts
lt
Lead oxide sulfate
[Phthalato(2-)]dioxotrilead
Silicic acid ((H2Si2O5),
) barium salt ((1:1),
) leaddoped
Orange lead (lead tetroxide)
Pyrochlore, antimony lead yellow
Dibutyltin dichloride (DBTC)
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4.
Responses for JGP Files
(3) Limitations when loading data based on old formats
Although it is possible to read data in the old format (Ver.3.xx, Ver.4.0x, Ver.4.1x, Ver4.20) using Ver.4.3x Tools, please note that there is a limit to the data that can be
read.
Major limitations
* “Overall Content Flag” on the Level 1 screen cannot be loaded. (The field is left blank.)
*Data for substance groups added in Tools Ver.4.3x(substance groups not subject to survey in older versions) is left blank.
•Even when there are no changes to substance groups, there may be cases where there were changes to intended use classification codes (addition, deletion).
When intended use classification codes listed in Tools Ver.4.0x also exist in Tools Ver.4.3x, the intended use classification and related data (content flag by
threshold level (Y/N), content (mg), purpose of use/intended use, application area, maximum content in homogeneous material (ppm) and additional information
about substance contained) are loaded.
When intended use classification codes listed in Tools Ver.4.0x do not exist in Tools Ver.4.3x, only the content flag by threshold level (Y/N) and content (mg) are
loaded, and the data related to the intended use classification code (purpose of use/intended use, application area, maximum content in homogeneous material (ppm)
And additional information about substance contained) are left blank.
Thus, please provide responses for the intended use classifications listed in Tools Ver.4.3x.
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4.
Responses for JGP Files
(4) Retention of requester management information
Changes/deletion prohibited
Input responses upon retaining “information on products, parts and materials” that is described when making a survey request.
In particular, as (1) Reference number and (2) Product/subpart number of requester are items that are under system management
by the Canon Group, do not delete or modify the contents.
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4.
Responses for JGP Files
(5) File name when saving JGP files
When saving a file after having completed entering responses, save the JGP file by keeping the same file name as the file provided upon receiving the
survey request from the Canon Group.
V4.31_ 20120709_042_002012
V4.31_ 20120709_042_002012
Select the file that was sent
Save by using the same file name
If it is necessary for you to change the file name due to the manner in which you manage data, etc., please add your notation before or after the file
name sent by the Canon Group.
[Example of a change in the file name]
File name at the time when file was sent from the Canon Group: V4.31_ 20120709_042_002012
Examples for when you want to add “Canon” to indicate that the response is for Canon
V4 31 20120709
V4.31_
20120709_042_002012
042 002012 _Canon
Canon
Canon_ V4.31_ 20120709_042_002012
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5.
Packaging Survey Sheet
Packaging Survey Sheet
The Packaging Survey Sheet is a survey form used in the following cases:
• When materials procured by the Canon group are used only for packaging purposes
• When materials procured by the Canon group are transported and sold in the form as they were procured and
it is necessary to check the packaging for the materials
The survey items are as follows:
• Survey on packaging standards defined in the Green Procurement Standards
• Social requirements
• Items required by customers
The survey sheet is an Excel file with the following four sheets included.
included
A) Sheet that lists information regarding your company, which is the responder, and responses regarding items
requested from society or from customers (Name of sheet: Packaging(Page1)).
B) Sheet that lists responses regarding standards for packaging materials specified in the Green Procurement
Standards (Name of sheet: Packaging(Page2))
C) Reference sheet regarding chemical substances for which responses are required on this survey form(Name of
sheet:CanonSubstanceList)
Please see following pages for specific ways to reply
reply.
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5.
Packaging Survey Sheet
How to reply to the Packaging Survey Sheet
1 When the Packaging Survey Sheet
requested by the Canon Group is
opened, the screen on the right is
displayed.
If macros are not enabled, enable them
at this time.
Press
Click the selection to enable macros, and press OK.
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5.
Packaging Survey Sheet
Screen image of “Packaging(Page1)” sheet
2
2.
The items shown within the survey form are displayed
in English by default.
Use “select language” to choose the language to be
shown (Japanese, English, Chinese).
The expressions on the survey change in accordance with the selected language.
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5.
Packaging Survey Sheet
Screen image of “Packaging(Page1)” sheet
As it is listed whether the items subject to survey are
the supplies themselves or packaging material used
for packaging the supplies, make sure to check this
before providing responses.
As precautions are listed with regard to
providing responses, please make sure to
confirm them before filling out the survey.
3.
Enter information regarding the
representative who is filling out the form in
respondent’s data area.
After ddoing
Aft
i so, provide
id responses tto th
the
actual survey items.
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5.
Packaging Survey Sheet
Screen image of “Packaging(Page1)” sheet
5. Fill in replies in the vertical order for every surveyed article while following
the procedures below.
It is essential, and please reply it in all items.
But, depending on the answer of the higher question, there is the case that is an
answer free.
answer-free
4. Make sure to provide responses for
“Surveying Unit” and “Survey Unit
Mass” for each item subject to survey.
Answer direction
6. After you finish filling out this sheet, move on to the second sheet, “Packaging(Page2)”.
This is a survey regarding packaging standards for Canon Green Procurement Standards.
Please see the following page for the details.
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5.
Packaging Survey Sheet
Screen image of “Packaging(Page2)” sheet
Button for erasing all the
contents of responses on
“Page 2” (Confirmation screen
is displayed before deletion)
7 With regard to the packaging material standards specified in Canon Green Procurement
7.
Standards, provide responses by checking the “Reportable application” and “Threshold
level (Reporting level)” of the applicable substances.
In addition, select “N” when the threshold level is not exceeded and “Y” when the
threshold level is exceeded
exceeded. If “Y”
Y is selected
selected, provide responses for “Intended
Intended use /
Application area,” “Total content,” and “MAX Concentration” as well.
Button for erasing all the
contents in the rows that were
selected for deletion
Make sure to check the
concentration calculation
denominator.
Answer direction
Button for setting Content flag by
threshold level across the row of the
applicable
app
cab e button
bu o to
o “N”
N
(Confirmation screen is displayed if “Y”
exists before pressing the button)
Column D
8. After you finish filling out this sheet, move on to the first sheet,
“Packaging(Page1)”.
Please see the following page for the details.
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5.
Packaging Survey Sheet
Screen image of “Packaging(Page1)” sheet
9.
Packaging(Page1)
Packaging(Page2)
After completely filling out both sheets, press the “Finish & Save” command button located at the top of “Packaging(Page1)” and save your responses.
Please note that due to specifications for importing the contents of responses into Canon’s system, there are limitations to the action of saving the Excel file using
anything other than this button.
When this button is pressed, several error checks are performed; if a message is displayed, cancel saving, respond to the error, and then press “Finish & Save” once
again.
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6.
Explanation about the Canon additional survey sheet
About Canon‘s
Canon s Additional Survey form
The survey items of Canon Additional Survey differ depending on the survey type and classification of object subparts or materials.
Only survey Items necessary for the object subparts or materials are selected from (1) Necessary survey items at the acquisition of
environmental label, (2) Legal regulation items on packaging materials, (3) Survey items requested by customer, and (4) Substances
prohibited by Canon (not included in the IEC62474 survey).
However, in the JGP file survey ver4.3x, make sure to implement the additional survey in (4).
[Display image of Canon‘s Additional Survey form]
The additional survey sheet is an Excel file, and the default language
shown is English.
Use “select language” to choose the language to be shown (Japanese,
English, Chinese).
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6.
Explanation about the Canon additional survey sheet
Filling in basic information, checking parts or materials to survey
Make sure to read the notes before replying.
replying
[Screen image for the Canon additional survey sheet]
The area framed in red color indicates requester information from Canon Group.
The area framed in blue color indicates your information that will be filled in
The area framed by a dotted line in red color shows Product/part/material information already filled in.
In the area framed by a dotted line in blue color, you are requested to fill in your answers for every applicable part and material to survey after you check the
items to survey found in the area framed by a dotted line in red color.
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Explanation about the Canon additional survey sheet
Categories of the survey items
Typical survey items of the additional survey sheet are explained below.
[Survey items regarding prohibited items unique to Canon]
Survey Item
Contents of Survey
Background, Reference, etc.
Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and its salt and its
ester
((CAS No. 335-67-1,, 3825-26-1,, 335 -95-5,, 239500-8, 335-93-3, 335-66-0, 376-27-2, 3108-24-5)
Are the following threshold levels exceeded? (Y / N)
(1)0.001 wt% (10ppm) of chemical goods
((2)1
) mcg/m2
g
of homogeneous
g
material of fibers,,
carpeting, and other coated products
(3)0.1% (1,000 ppm) of other applicable homogeneous
materials
Norwegian regulations concerning restrictions on
the manufacture, import, export, sale and use of
chemicals and other products that are harmful to
health and the environment,
U.S. PFOA Self-Elimination Program
* If “Y”, provide a response for “Content rate (ppm) in
homogeneous material” as well.
Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) and all major
diastereoisomers
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
* If “Y”, provide a response for “Content rate (ppm) in
homogeneous material
material” as well.
Phthalate esters below
1.DEHP(CAS.No.117-81-7)
2.BBP(CAS.No.85-68-7)
3 DBP(CAS No 84 74 2)
3.DBP(CAS.No.84-74-2)
4.DIBP(CAS.No.84-69-5)
In each four following materials,In case of exceeding
0.1% (1000 ppm) by weight in homogeneous materials.
(Y/N)
* If “Y”, pprovide a response
p
for “Content rate (pp
(ppm)) in
homogeneous material” as well.
Stockholm Convention, Chemical Substances
Control Law (Law concerning the Evaluation of
Chemical Substances and
Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.) Class 1
Specified Chemical Substances (JPN)
Proposal for revision of Annex II of the EU RoHS
Directive (Official Journal : scheduled in the first
half of 2015)
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Explanation about the Canon additional survey sheet
Categories of the survey items
Typical survey items of the additional survey sheet are explained below.
[Survey items regarding prohibited items unique to Canon]
Survey Item
Contents of Survey
Background, Reference, etc.
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) below
1.Benzo[a]pyrene (BaP) (CAS No. 50-32-8)
2 Benzo[e]pyrene (BeP) (CAS No
2.Benzo[e]pyrene
No. 192-97-2)
192 97 2)
3.Benzo[a]anthracene (BaA) (CAS No. 56-55-3)
4.Chrysene (CHR) (CAS No. 218-01-9)
5.Benzo[b]fluoranthene (BbFA) (CAS No. 205-99-2)
6.Benzo[j]fluoranthene (BjFA) (CAS No. 205-82-3)
7B
7.Benzo[k]fluoranthene
[k]fl
th
(BkFA) (CAS N
No. 207
207-08-9)
08 9)
8.Dibenzo[a,h]anthracene (DBAhA) (CAS No. 53-70-3)
Any one of above PAHs is more than 0.0001% (1
ppm) by weight
* If “Y”,, provide
p
a response
p
for “Content rate
(ppm) in homogeneous material” as well.
REACH Regulation
Benzenamine, N-phenyl-, reaction products with styrene
and 2,4,4-trimethylpentene (BNST)
((CAS No. 68921-45-9))
1.In cases of intentional containing as additive in
rubber except in tires
2.In cases of intentional containingg as additive in
rubber of tires
3.In cases of intentional containing as uses except
additive in rubber
4.In cases of containing as
impurities/contamination
* If “Y”, provide a response for “Content rate
(ppm) in homogeneous material” as well.
Prohibition of Certain Toxic Substances
Regulations 2012, Canada (SOR/212-282)
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Explanation about the Canon additional survey sheet
[Survey items concerning chemical substances,
substances materials]
Survey Item
Contents of Survey
Background, Reference, etc.
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
To meet customer requirements
* If “Y,” provide a response for “Content rate (ppm)
converted to amount of metallic elements per survey
unit” as well.
*Survey on specific divisions
Substances containing halogen
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
* If “Y,” enter also information on chemical
substances.
For environmental label
Material density (g/cm3)
Enter the density of the object material.
For subpart weight calculation
ISO11469, ISO1043 Parts 1 to 4 Material indication
Enter the material notation based on ISO11469 and
ISO1043 Parts 1 to 4.
For material indication at the recycling of plastic
subparts
Halogen polymer
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
* If “Y,” enter also information on chemical
substances.
For environmental label
Only if the objects of survey include resin materials
or subparts
b t off 25 g or more]] S
Substances
bt
defined
d fi d in
i
67/548/EEC (Council directive relating to the
classification, packaging, and labelling of dangerous
substances Annex I (List of dangerous substances)
and classified as R45/46/48/50/51/52/53/60/61
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
To meet customer requirements
Antimony and Antimony Compounds
Beryllium and Beryllium Compounds
Bismuth and Bismuth Compounds
Selenium and Selenium Compounds
Arsenic and Arsenic Compounds
*If “Y,” enter the CAS No. of the applicable substance,
the content rate in homogeneous material (ppm), and
the classification number of the corresponding R
phrase, etc.
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Explanation about the Canon additional survey sheet
Survey Item
Contents of Survey
Background, Reference, etc.
Natural rubber (Latex)
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
*If "Y," enter also the content of substance
(mg)
To meet customer requirements
[Only if the objects of survey include resin materials]
Weight percent of recycled resin materials (postconsumer materials) in resin materials
Enter the weight percent of recycled resin
materials.
To meet customer requirements
[Only if the objects of survey include printed circuit
boards]
ISO1043 4 complying code of flame retardant used in
ISO1043-4
printed circuit board (bare board)
Enter the flame retardant code of ISO1043-4.
To meet customer requirements
Carcinogenic substances*1
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
*If “Y,”enter also information on chemical
substances.
For environmental label
Reproductive toxicity substances*1
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
*If "Y" in the survey on specific divisions,
enter also the total amount.
Mutagenic substances*1
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
*1 This survey is targeted at only substances listed
in (1) EU 1272/2008 (EU Classification, Labelling
and Packaging of substances and mixtures Annex
Ⅵ) (2) TRGS905 of Germany Rules for Protection
from Dangerous Substances (Rules on Dangerous
Substances
*If "Y" in the survey on specific divisions,
enter also the total amount
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Explanation about the Canon additional survey sheet
[Information applicable to survey items related to packaging materials]
* If Canon uses a packaging material of products or parts, which is included for survey.
* Survey will be conducted in case it is necessary to survey packaging materials, containers, sub-materials used for parts, materials and/or chemical substances
delivered to Canon.
Survey Item
Contents of Survey
Background, Reference, etc.
Total weight concentration of Cd
Cd, Pb
Pb, Hg
Hg, and
Cr(VI)
Is the content in homogeneous material over
100 ppm? (Y/N)
To comply with legal regulations about packaging materials
halogen compound or halogen resin
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
*If “Y,”enter also information on chemical
substances.
For environmental label
To meet customer requirements
Percentage of recycled materials (%)
Enter the percentage of recycled materials
used in packaging material (cardboard,
plastics, paper, etc.).
To meet customer requirements
Paper and cardboard
Does the object of survey contain paper or
cardboard? (Y/N)
* If "Y," enter also information on
substances at the bleaching process.
To meet customer requirements
[Legal compliance information if artificial leather made of polyvinyl chloride is used]
Survey Item
Contents of Survey
Background, Reference, etc.
Polyvinyl chloride
Is polyvinyl chloride contained in artificial
leather?
(Y/N)
Vinyl Chloride Leather Directive in China
(Guo Biao: GB21550-2008)
*If the answer is “Y”, also answer the
question of “Are the requirements of Guo
Biao: GB21550-2008 ((1) Content ratio of
vinyl chloride monomer, (2) Content ratio of
lead, (3) Content ratio of cadmium, and (4)
Content volume of volatile components)
complied with?” (Y/N)
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Explanation about the Canon additional survey sheet
[Battery survey information]
Survey Item
Contents of Survey
Type of the battery in the parts or unit*
How many type of battery ?
Battery type ID*
An ID number is automatically set in accordance with the number of types of
batteries used in a unit component.
component Enter responses for each of the survey
items for each of the batteries.
Category of the battery
Select the category of the battery
Type of the battery
Select the type of the battery[If "Other Batteries" is selected for the type of
the battery,
y, describe the detailed type.]
yp ]
Maker*
Enter the maker name of the battery.
Model number
Enter the official model number of the battery.
Weight of battery*
Enter the weight (g) of the battery.
Nominal voltage or rated voltage (V) of battery*
Enter the nominal voltage or the rated voltage (V) of the battery.
Standard capacity or rated capacity of the battery used
(mAh)*
Enter the standard capacity or the rated capacity (mAh) of the battery used.
Number of batteries in the parts or unit
unit*
Enter the number of batteries
Comply with the Canon Green Procurement standards
Does the battery conform to the standards in “Items for Prohibition of the Use
of Heavy Metals in Batteries” in the latest Canon Green Procurement
Standards? (Y/N)
Mercury in the battery(Incl. metal compounds)
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
Mercury contained in the battery
Enter the content (mg) of mercury contained in the battery.
Lead in the battery(Incl. metal compounds)
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
Lead contained in the battery
Enter the content (mg) of lead contained in the battery.
Cadmium in the battery(Incl.
battery(Incl metal compounds)
Intentionally added?(Y/N)
Cadmium contained in the battery
Enter the content (mg) of cadmium contained in the battery.
* This item for using a battery in the parts or unit
Background, Reference, etc.
laws and regulations concerning
the battery
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Other
7-1
7
1. When non-compliant
non compliant and compliant items are produced in parallel
Enter data on all the chemical substances used in a part/material, when the same part/material is available in types containing different
chemical substances. Even when a part/material delivered to Canon does not contain any Canon prohibited substance, indicate “Present” if
another type of part/material containing prohibited substances is produced in parallel. In this case, clearly indicate parallel production or
other condition in the Additional Notes or Remarks column on the survey form.
Example: Both leaded solder and lead-free solder are used in parallel to solder lead wires of an electric part.
7-2. Updating Submitted Data
If after
ft sending
di your reply
l tto th
the Canon
C
Group
G
changes
h
or revisions
ii
occur to
t submitted
b itt d data
d t due
d to
t specification
ifi ti changes
h
or entry
t
mistakes, please notify the requesting department of the Canon Group promptly.
If response data is judged to require corrections due to a design change by the Canon Group or process change application from your
company, the survey may be conducted again. Your cooperation will be appreciated.
7-3. File Name When Saving Canon’s Additional Survey Form
After you have finished filling out the Additional Survey form, please save the file.
When sending the form, please use the same file name format as that of the file that was sent to you upon receiving the survey request from the Canon Group.
If it is necessary for you to change the file name due to the manner in which you manage data, etc., please make a notation of the management information, etc.
before or after the file name sent by the Canon Group.
These are all the required items to be filled out on the survey forms used in the Canon Group’s green procurement survey.
If you have any concerns or questions, please contact the requesting Canon Group department or the department listed on the last page of
this manual. The final section provides examples illustrating the concepts underlying Canon Group items. Please use these while
completing your answers.
answers
Thank you for your cooperation.
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References and Examples
Judging substance inclusion
Example 1: from resin material synthesis to product
Colorant E
Yellow coloring
20% added
Synthesis and refining
Catalyst C
Material D
Raw material B
Flame retardant F
Ink H
flame retardant
10% added
Specific function is added
Raw material A
Specific function is added
preparation
Material D
Print part No.
processing
Part G of material D
Assembly
Product H
incorporating part G
Residue of
catalyst c
AVSCF
C
A
B
Non-reactive raw
materials A and B
Material manufacturer
(tertiary supplier)
S t manufacturer
Set
f t
Part X
Ink H
Colorant E
Raw material A
Survey
process
Processor
(primary supplier)
Compound manufacturer
(secondary supplier)
disclosure
Raw material B
Catalyst C
Material D
disclosure
survey
Flame
retardant F
ppercentage
g content in material D fixed
Material D
Material D
survey
Part G
Part G
Product H
disclosure survey
Content (p
(percentage)
g ) in material D fixed
Chemical substances used in all manufacturing processes throughout the supply chain may be present in product, regardless of process
history. When chemical substances (raw material A, raw material B, catalyst C, colorant E, flame retardant F, and ink H) used in the
manufacturing processes are clearly identified as
• Intentional use (raw material D, colorant E, flame retardant F, ink H), or
• Impurities (raw material A, raw material B, catalyst C)
and found to be subject to a survey, whether or not chemical substances are contained in product is determined by their threshold values.
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References and Examples
Example 2: from refining of metal material to product
Cleaner G
Grease F
Plating solution H
Specific function is added
Clean grease
Antirust processing
Metal I coatingg on the surface of metal material C
Specific function is added
Ore A
Use in lathing
Refining
Recycled
material B
Metal material C
Metal material C
Surface treatment
Processing
Part J made of metal C
and covered with metal I
Metal D naturally
contained
i d in
i ore A
Product L
incorporating part J
assembly
Clean plating solution
Cleaner K
D
E
Another metal E contained
in recycled material B
Survey
process
Material manufacturer
(tertiary supplier)
Grease F
Metal D
Metal
material C
Metal E
Processor
(secondary supplier)
survey
Surface treatment
(primary supplier)
Metal material C
disclosure survey
Cleaner G
disclosure
Metal
material C
Part X
Metal I
Part J
Part J
Cleaner K
percentage content in metal
material C fixed
Set manufacturer
Product L
disclosure survey
Content (percentage) in metal material C fixed
Chemical substances used in all manufacturing processes throughout the supply chain may be present in product, regardless of process
history. When chemical substances (ore A, recycled material B, metal material C, grease F, plating solution H, metal I, cleaner K) used in
the manufacturing processes are clearly identified as
• Intentional
te t o a use (metal
( eta material
ate a C and
a d metal
eta I),
), or
o
• Impurities (metal D, metal E, grease F, cleaner G, plating solution H, and cleaner K)
and found to be subject to a survey, whether or not chemical substances are contained in product is determined by their threshold values.
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References and Examples
Example of calculating the ppm content
Example 1: Pb is contained in part of an electrolytic capacitor
Part mass:5.1g
Lead terminal
Terminal plating
Sleeve (outer tube)
Mass:0.3 g (=0.3 x 10-3 kg)
Pb content: 0.06 mg
Case
Internal element
Electrolytic
l
l i solution
l i
Rubber stopper
“content of concerned substance” / “mass of homogeneous material” =
0.06 mg / 0.3g = 0.06 mg / (0.3 x 10-3) kg = 200 mg /kg = 200 x 10-6 =200 ppm
The pp
ppm of Pb content in the sleeve of this electrolytic
y capacitor
p
= 200 ppm
pp
Example 2: Cd is contained in part of an electric cable (configured from multiple parts of the same material)
Part unit mass:300 g/m
Internal coatingg (blue
(
PVC cord))
Unit mass: 50g/m (=50 x 10-3 kg)
Cd content: 0 mg
Thoughh made
Th
d off PVC
PVC, the
h two cords
d are diff
different members,
b
so their
h i mass should
h ld
not be added to obtain the mass of homogeneous material.
External coating
Conductor
Internal coating (red PVC cord)
Unit mass: 50 g/m (=50 x 10-3 kg)
Cd content: 25 mg
“content of concerned substance” / “mass of homogeneous material” =
25 mg / 50 g = 25 mg / (50 x 10-3) kg =
500 mg / kg= 500 x 10-6 =500 ppm
Percentage of Cd content in the red PVC cord of this cable is 500 ppm.
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References and Examples
Example 3: Pb is contained in multiple elements of an electrolytic capacitor
Part mass: 5.1g
Rubber stopper
Lead terminal
Terminal plating
Case
Sleeve (outer tube)
Mass: 0.3 g (= 0.3 x 10-3 kg)
Pb content: 0.06 mg
Internal element
El t l ti solution
Electrolytic
l ti
Terminal plating
Mass: 0.1g (= 0.1 x 10-3 kg)
Pb content: 0.009 mg
g
material” = (0.06
(
+ 0.009)) mgg / ((0.3 + 0.1)g
)g = 0.069 mg
g / ((0.4 x 10-3) kg
g=
“content of concerned substance” / “mass of homogeneous
-6
172.5 mg /kg = 172.5 x 10 =172.5 ppm Incorrect calculation !
Content and mass of homogeneous material of different elements cannot be added up. Calculation must be done for each element.
Sleeve (outer tube)
Terminal plating
200 ppm
= 0.06 mg / 0.3 g = 0.06 mg / (0.3 x 10-3) kg = 200 mg /kg = 200 x 10-6 =200
= 0.009 mg / 0.1g = 0.009 mg / (0.1 x 10-3) kg = 90 mg /kg = 90 x 10-6 =90 ppm
Correct calculation !
200 pp
ppm + 90 ppm
pp = 290ppm
pp
Percentages of content cannot be simply added up.
percentage
p
g of Pb content:290 ppm
pp ((=mg/kg)
g g)
Incorrect calculation !
The maximum percentage of Pb content in the electrolytic capacitor is 200 ppm.
Breakdowns are 200 ppm in the sleeve and 90 ppm in the lead terminal.
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References and Examples
Example 4: Hexavalent chromium is contained in the plating layer of steel plate
Unit material mass: (A+B+C) kg /m2
(Content mass of concerned chemical substance)
Content per unit area of the concerned chemical substance is the mass per
unit area of chrome metal in the hexavalent chromium compound that
has entered into Ni layer gaps during chromate treatment: D mg /m2
(Mass of homogeneous material of element containing the concerned chemical
substance)
1. Mass per unit area of Fe layer, Ni layer, and chromate treatment layer:
(A+B+C) kg /m2
2 Mass
2.
M per unit
it area off Ni llayer and
d chromate
h
t ttreatment
t
t layer:
l
(B+C) kkg //m2
3. Mass per unit area of chromate treatment layer: C kg /m2
Which case applies ?
Interpretations 1 to 3 are possible.
Case 1.:
1 : Since Fe and Ni layers can be mechanically (e.g.,
(e g grinding) disjointed,
disjointed they are not considered as a homogeneous
material containing the concerned chemical substance.
Case 3.: Chromate treatment layer is thought as a purely homogenous material, but it is difficult to mechanically disjoin this
layer from the Ni layer. Accordingly, it is not considered as a homogeneous material as defined for the green
procurement survey.
C
Case
2.:
2 Although
Al h h Ni andd chromate
h
treatment layers
l
dissolve
di l uniformly,
if
l chromate
h
can bbe considered
id d as an additive
ddi i contained
i d in
i
the Ni layer in this case. Accordingly, Ni and chromate treatment layers are an element of homogeneous material
containing hexavalent chromium.
Accordingly, in this case, the percentage content can be obtained by D mg / (B+C) kg.
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References and Examples
E
Example
l off content calculations
l l i
when
h the
h amount contained
i d varies
i in
i a manufacturing
f
i lot
l
Example 1: When the amount of application/addition vary greatly in the manufacturing process
1-1: Calculating a content in solder applied to PCB
(example: metal X is contained)
Content of metal x
=
Below are examples of calculating contents when the amount of solder varies
greatly. Suppliers/manufacturers may use another calculation method based on
scientific
i tifi grounds.
d
The following expression can be used.
Solder mass
x
Percentage of metal X content in solder
Calculation based on difference in mass before and after soldering
Calculation
•
•
•
•
Solder amount around 1 through hole
Area of 1 through
g hole
Selection of mounting process
Mounting conditions
(temp., time)
Amount of solder calculated based on above
conditions or empirical rules: Z g
Use solder amounts (y-x) g, (B-A )g, or Z g
obtained to calculate the content of metal X. At
this time, it is desirable that multiple samples be
measured and the maximum value be used for
calculation. When a control value is set for the
solder amount in consideration of cost and this
value
al e is based on adeq
adequate
ate gro
grounds
nds as in these
examples, the value may be used.
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References and Examples
Below are examples of calculating contents when the amount of solder varies
greatly. Suppliers/manufacturers may use another calculation method based on
scientific grounds.
The following expression may be used:
Content of metal X
=
Solder mass
x
Reflow soldering
Flow soldering
As for the percentage of metal X content, use solder
composition analysis data, survey data, or publicized
composition table.
1. When the same type of solder is used:
Solder made by company A: percentage of X content 800 ppm
When solder composition varies greatly, use its highest value.
2. When several types of solder are used:
Solder made by company A: percentage of X content 800 ppm
Solder made by company B: percentage of X content 400 ppm
Solder made by company C: percentage of X content 1000 ppm
In this case, use the highest value of 1000 ppm should be used as
the percentage content.
The content of metal X can be calculated from
Percentage of metal X content in solder
In the flow soldering process, solder is replenished into the flow solder bath. This causes
fluctuations in the concentration of metal X in the bath.
Use the highest concentration data of metal X in the solder bath. That is, use the maximum
value as the percentage of metal X content.
Thus, the concept of the percentage content obtained here differs from that obtained in the
reflow solderingg pprocess ((where the ppercentage
g content is determined by
y the type
yp of solder).
)
However, when a control system is set up in accordance with the soldering criteria
recommended by the Canon group, the solder bath is analyzed periodically, and a control value is
set, the control value may be used.
Note: difference between metal contained in PCB components and in the flow solder bath
• Flow solder bath contains Pb-free solder, but PCB component leads contain lead
• Flow
Flo solder bath contains non-bismuth
non bism th solder
solder, bbutt PCB component leads uses
ses bism
bismuth
th
solder
In such cases, metal not originally included in solder may be present in the flow solder bath, so
care must be taken..
Solder mass
and
Percentage of metal X content in solder
described earlier.
Lead contained in solder
Lead is known to be mixed in lead-free solder as an impurity. The Canon group requests suppliers/manufacturers to report the
percentage of lead content exceeding 1000 ppm. However, when suppliers/manufacturers have data of 1000 ppm or less for
process control or other purposes, the Canon group requests them to provide the data as much as possible.
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References and Examples
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References and Examples
Example 2: Calculating content when component ratios vary greatly with standard materials
2-1: Pb contained in free-cutting steel part made of JIS standard material (example: SUM24L)
Below is a example
p of calculation. Suppliers/manufacturers
pp
may
y use other
calculation methods based on other scientific grounds.
Mass: M (kg)
Chemical composition of SUM24L (source: JIS G 4804 Free-cutting carbon steels)
Machining
Chemical composition %
Symbol
C
SUM24L
Calculating
l l i mass off application
li i ((part))
containing SUM24L
Normally, the mass of SUM24L can be obtained
by measuring the mass of the part itself. However,
when mass varies g
greatlyy with ppart machining,
g,
measure multiple samples and use the maximum
measurement value.
0.15% or
less
Mn
0.85 to 1.15
P
0.04 to 0.09
S
Pb
0.26 to 0.35
0.10 to 0.35
Calculation of percentage content (by means of standards, analysis, and examination)
The percentage content is determined by a component ratio in the standard range; however, the following
percentages may be used for calculating contents:
• When a range of control values is specified for the delivery management of the material, use its
maximum value as the percentage content
content.
Example: When Pb composition is controlled in the range 0.30 to 0.33%, use 0.33% (3,300 ppm)
as the percentage content.
• When the control value is below the highest value specified for the standard composition or when
no value is specified, use the highest value of the standard composition as the percentage content.
• Example: Referring to the above chemical composition table, use 0.35% (3,500 ppm) as the
percentage content.
Calculation of Pb content
In the above examples,
• When the control value of Pb composition for delivery management is 0.30 to 0.33%, use 0.33%
(3 300 ppm) as the percentage content: Content is M x 3,300
(3,300
3 300 = 3,300
3 300 M (mg).
(mg)
• Referring to the chemical composition table shown above, use 0.35 % (3,500 ppm) as the
percentage content: Content is M x 3,500 =3,500 M (mg).
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References and Examples
2-2: Pb and Cd contents in free-cutting brass bar made of JIS
standard material (example: C3604)
Below is a example of calculation. Suppliers/manufacturers may use other
calculation methods based on other scientific grounds.
Chemical composition of C3604 (Copper and copper alloy rods and bars)
Mass: M (kg)
Chemical composition %
Symbol
Cu
Machining
C3604
57.0 to 61.0
Pb
1.8 to 3.7
Fe
0.50 or less
Sn
Zn
Fe+Sn 1.2 or less
remainder
Calculation of percentage content and content (by means of standards, analysis, and examination)
Calculate the mass of application part
containing C3604
Pb The percentage of Pb content is determined by a composition ratio in the standard range, but the content may be
calculated as follows:
• When a range of control values is specified for the delivery management of the material, use its maximum
value
l as the
h percentage content.
Example: When Pb composition is controlled in the range 3.0 to 3.5%, use 3.5% (35,000 ppm) as the
percentage content. Content is: M x 35,000 =35,000 M (mg)
• When the control value is below the highest value specified for the standard composition or when no value
is specified, use the highest value of the standard composition as the percentage content.
Example:
p Accordingg to the chemical composition
p
table above,, use 3.7% ((37,000
,
pp
ppm)) as the ppercentage
g
content. Content is: M x 37,000 =37,000 M (mg).
Normally, the mass of C3604 can be
obtained by measuring the mass of the part
itself. When mass varies greatly with part
machining, measure multiple samples and
use the maximum measurement value.
Cd
Use this mass to calculate the content.
General-purpose Zn refined by distillation is generally known to contain about 0.2% of Cd. The percentage of Cd
content may be calculated as follows:
• When a control value is specified for the delivery management of the material, use the value as the
percentage content.
Example: The percentage content is controlled at 70 ppm by making periodic analysis. In this case, the
percentage of Cd content is 70 ppm. Content is: M x 70 = 70 M (mg).
• Multiply the maximum percentage of Cd composition by the highest percentage of Cd content specified
by the standard for the type of Zn in use, and use the obtained value as the maximum value.
Example: The maximum percentage of Zn composition in the remainder is 40%, and only a regular type
of zinc base metal specified by JIS H 2107 is used.
used The highest value of Cd composition specified by the
standard is 0.01%. At this time, the percentage of Cd content is calculated as follows:
40% x 0.01 = 0.4 x 0.0001 = 0.00004 = 0.004% = 40 ppm
Content is M x 40 = 40 M (mg).
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8.
References and Examples
Example 3: Calculating contents when the same part or material is made at different manufacturing sites
When a part/material with the same type No. and grade is manufactured at multiple plants, different parts and materials may be used to make the
part/material. In this case, the types and contents of chemical substances contained may not be the same.
Material A made by Company X is used.
Chemical substances contained in part
Brominated flame retardant: 100 mg
Antimony (Sb): 50 mg
Impurity Cd: 20 mg
Material A made by Company Y is used.
Chemical substances contained in part
Brominated flame retardant: 150 mg
Antimony (Sb): 80 mg
Material B is used.
Chemical substances contained in part
Chlorinated paraffin: 200 mg
Impurity Cd:10 mg
Part produced in plant in Thailand
Part produced in plant in China
Part produced in plant in Japan
Semiconductor part
The type No. ABC is the same though the part is produced at different plants.
At this time, all the chemical substances that may be
included in the part at all the manufacturing sites are
subject to the survey. The substances concerned in
the above example are:
• Brominated flame retardant
• Chlorinated paraffin
Maximum content of all the manufacturing sites
• Antimony
• Cd
- Brominated
B
i
d flame
fl
retardant:
d
150 mg
- Chlorinated paraffin: 200 mg
- Antimony: 80mg
- Cd : 20 mg
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9.
Revision History
• December 2005: Created Version 1.00
This manual puts together the concepts and entry methods for the Canon Group
Group’ss new green procurement survey,
survey which is based on JGPSSI Version 33, to be issued in
January 2006.
• April 2008: Issued version 2.00
This version revises the contents in line with the releases of the Green Procurement Standards Ver. 5.0 and JGPSSI Ver. 3.34.

May 2008: Issued version 2.10
This version corrects errors and revises

October 2008: Issued version 2.11
This version revises only a cover with the releases of the Green Procurement Standards Ver. 5.1.
• September 2009: Issued version 3.00
This version revises the contents in line with the releases of the Green Procurement Standards Ver. 6.0 and JGPSSI Ver. 4.00.
• December 2009: Issued version 3.01
Added supplementary explanation to “Scope of Report Level (Threshold Level) on Surveyed Substance Categories in JGP File” .
• October 2010: Issued revised edition Version 4.00
This version revises the contents in line with the release of JGPSSI Ver.4.10 and the revision of the Green Procurement Standards Ver. 7.00.
• December 2010: Issued revised edition Version 4.01
This version revises the contents in line with the release of JGPSSI Ver.4.11
• June 2011: Issued revised edition Version 4.02
•
•
•
This version revises only a cover with the releases of the Green Procurement Standards Ver. 8.0.
June 2012 :Issue of revised version 5.00
In conjunction with the revision of the Packaging Survey Sheet and the additional survey sheet, explanations and reply procedures were added.
August 2012 :Issue of revised version 5.10
This version revises the contents in line with the release of JGPSSI Ver.4.20
September 2013 : Issue of revised version 6.00
Changes to contents associated with the compatibility of IEC62474 and publication of Canon Green Procurement Standards ver.9.0 were made.
• June 2014: Issued revised edition Version 6.01
Thi version
This
i revises
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• June 2015: Issued revised edition Version 7.00
This version revises the contents in line with the release of the Green Procurement Standards Ver. 11.0
Guidelines management section and contact:
Product Environment Div.,
Div
Global Environment Center,
Canon Inc.
[email protected]
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