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These companies have been certified through the IPC Certification for RoHS Lead Free Electronics Assembly Process Capability Program

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Axiom

Technology Park, Newbridge
Newport, South Wales, UK

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Creation Technologies

2801 Northwestern Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95051

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CTS Electronics Manufacturing Solutions

200 Science Drive
Moorpark, CA 93021

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C-Vision LTD.

21 Tantramar Crescent
Nova Scotia, Canada

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DSC – Intrusion Security Systems (Tyco)

95 Bridgeland Avenue
North York, ON M6A 1Y7
Canada

Della Systems Inc.
951 South 2nd Street
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779

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EI MicroCircuits, Inc.

1651 Pohl Road
Mankato, MN 56001-5793

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Flextronics Industrial (Shen Zhen) Co. Ltd
Flextronics Technology (Shen Zhen) Co. Ltd

Block C9, Xin’an 2nd Industrial Zone
XiXiang, Shen Zhen, China

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Janco Electronics Inc.

Dover, NH  03821-1309

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Matric

2099 Hill City Road
Seneca, PA 16346-9525

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Nokia Telecommunications Ltd. Dongguan Branch Co.

Nancheng High-tech Industrial Park
Guangdong Province, Dongguan City, China

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Paramit Corporation

18735 Madrone Drive
Morgan Hill, CA 95037

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Raven Industries

101 E. 6th St.
Sioux Falls, SD 57117

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Riverside Electronics Ltd.

One Riverside Drive
Lewiston, MN 55952

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Solectron USA

6800 Solectron Drive
Charlotte, NC 28262

Certification for RoHS Lead Free Electronics Assembly Process Capability Program

The IPC certification audit program has a long name but a simple goal and that is to audit an electronics assembly facility – whether it’s an OEM or EMS company – to determine if the company’s facility is capable of producing product to meet the lead free requirements of the RoHS directive. The audit is not designed to – and cannot ensure – a facility will produce RoHS lead free compliant products.

The certification audit program is a rigorous series of steps culminating in a two-day audit of the site’s assembly operations.  Whether you are a large OEM or a small EMS company, the audit certification program allows you to benchmark your lead free processes and to judge your capabilities to meet the drive to RoHS lead free assembly.

Two content experts initially developed a draft of the program and an IPC blue ribbon committee composed of EMS companies, OEMs and industry suppliers then evaluated and approved the structure and content of the program.

Download Program Brochure and Sample Checklist

Webcast Presentation

To explain the IPC RoHS Lead Free Electronics Assembly Process Capability Certification Program to the industry, IPC held a free web cast on May 31, 2006.

The web cast provided an insiders’ view of what it takes to achieve certification of a company’s RoHS lead free assembly process.  Speakers included Mr. Leo Lambert, EPTAC Corporation, Program Auditor for the Solectron Charlotte certification audit; Dr. Greg Munie, Kester, Chairman, Blue Ribbon Committee for the IPC Certification for RoHS Lead Free Electronics Assembly Process Capability Program; and Ms. Jenny Porter, Pb Free Project Engineer, Solectron Charlotte. 

Download a copy of the webcast presentations:

“IPC’s certification of Solectron Charlotte is another validation of Solectron’s RoHS lead free readiness preparation to help ensure our sites worldwide are able to meet RoHS lead free requirements for OEMs.” 

—Dave Purvis, Chief Technical Officer, Solectron

For More Information

For more information on the IPC Certification for RoHS Lead Free Electronics Assembly Program, contact Susan Filz, IPC, director, industry programs, at +1 847-597-2884 or e-mail LFCert@ipc.org.

“We have been through numerous audits and IPC’s audit process provided the highest level of objective feedback to validate and improve upon our existing RoHS lead free assembly process capabilities.”

Brad Matthies, Quality Assurance Manager, Raven Industries