The Dometic “RSL” Restricted Substances List covers substances requiring reporting to notify Dometic if an article or a material delivered to Dometic Group contain any of the listed restricted substances. The RSL consists of seven sub-lists. For each sub-list a link leads to an official list of substances as being defined by a Convention or Legislation.
Reporting by suppliers shall be made using templates provided by Dometic. Please note that a specific substance may be found on several sub-list, e.g. lead can be found on the sub-list A, C, E and F. In such cases suppliers are only required to report once if an article or material contains lead.
|#||Sub-group of substances||Specification and links||Remark|
|A||Substances banned in several product specific legislation such as EU RoHS, China RoHS, ELV and several others||EU RoHS Annex II (ECHA version)||Presence of substances shall be reported to Dometic even if concentration level is under the legislative threshold value or if the article benefits from a specific exemption in the legislation.|
|B||Refrigerants restricted by the Montreal Protocol||
For ozone depletion substances:
Annex A of the Montreal Protocol
Annex B of the Montreal Protocol
Annex C of the Montreal Protocol
Annex F of the Montreal Protocol
|C||Substances restricted under Reach Annex XVII||Reach Annex XVII||Presence of substances shall be reported to Dometic independently of the restricted use conditions under Annex XVII.|
|D||Conflict Minerals and similar||Minerals and metals of tin, tungsten, tantalum, gold and cobalt||Articles (and their materials) containing these minerals shall be reported to Dometic independently if the smelters are known or not.|
|E||Reach Candidate List of SVHC||ECHA candidate list||Presence of substances shall be reported to Dometic even if the known concentration level is under the threshold value of 0,1% in an article.|
|F||California Proposition 65||OEHHA, Proposition 65 Law and Regulations||Presence of substances shall be reported to Dometic even for other application than those specifically mentioned in the legislation.|
|Z||Dometic specific substances||Currently no substances|