Navitar, Inc. is an environmentally friendly company. We have reviewed all of our existing products and will design and produce future products, regardless of primary function, with environmentally friendly guidelines. Components with levels of restricted substances, as set forth in Annex II of Directive 2011/65/EU, in excess of the RoHS/WEEE directive, will not be specified or used in production.
A case where a non-RoHS design may be completed would be a request for a system from an OEM where the OEM accepts, in writing, that the design will be non-RoHS compliant due to the unavailability of RoHS compliant components.
If information on this page does not meet your RoHS compliance needs and you require information that is part specific, please contact:
Quality Control Specialist
Please allow 5 business days for processing.
Note: Due to the small size of our company, requests to complete company specific RoHS forms can not be accommodated. Please understand our stance is made in an effort to keep costs low and pass the savings to our customers.
Statement on Conflict Minerals
Dear Valued Customers,
There has been growing awareness and focus on conflict minerals that originate from
mining tantalum, tin, gold, and tungsten in areas of the Democratic Republic of the
Congo (DRC) and neighboring countries. This has lead to violence and human rights
violations that ultimately resulted in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
(SEC) approving a final ruling that requires certain issuers that file reports with the
SEC under section 13a and 15d of the Exchange Act to provide disclosures regarding
the use of conflict minerals. Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and
Consumer Protection Act requires issuers that report to the SEC under section 13a
and 15d whose products contain such conflict minerals establish whether they are
“necessary to the functionality” of the product and if so perform due diligence and
potentially file a formal Conflict Minerals Report.
As a privately held company Navitar does not file reports with the SEC under section
13a and 15d of the Exchange Act and is therefore not subject to conflict minerals
regulations and reporting obligations.
Navitar will never knowingly use any conflict minerals in our design process. Further,
the likelihood that any of the products designed and manufactured by Navitar would
contain any of the conflict minerals is extremely remote.
Robert E. Podlena
Statement of Conflict Minerals