Adder Technology is certified by BSi to ISO9001:2015 quality management systems standard, thus helping to ensure Adder products have the highest level of quality. Click here for a copy of our ISO9001:2015 certificate.
Environmental & Social Responsibility Policy
Adder is committed to minimising the impact of its business operations on the global environment. This is underpinned by Adder’s Environmental policy which can be found by clicking here.
Adder has implemented a comprehensive social responsibility policy covering employment, working conditions, freedom of association and Health and Safety. This is supported by Adder’s social responsibility policy which can be found here.
Adder Technology Ltd understands the concerns relating to Counterfeit components entering the supply chain and has implemented the following policy through all of our supply chain. More details can be found here.
All Adder products comply with relevant EU CE marking regulations including;
Eco Design (2009/125/EC) and
and have been evaluated for compliance to relevant EN standards including but not limited to;
Full details of relevant CE compliance can be found in the product data sheets or by contacting Adder.
All Adder products comply with relevant USA/Canada regulations, including NRTL, EPA (VI)& ICES. Additionally, some products hold cULus approvals. Full details can be found in the product data sheet or by contacting Adder.
Many of Adder’s products hold relevant global safety and EMC approvals including BIS(India), CCC(China), KC(S.Korea), RCM(Australia/New Zealand), BSMI(Taiwan ROC), PSE(Japan). Full details can be found on the product data sheet or by contacting Adder.
Adder complies fully with the EU WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU) and is registered in England for WEEE No. WEE/DF0324XQ. Please refer to Adder's Terms and Conditions of Sale for further details on B2B and Export/Import WEEE obligations.
Adder does not manufacture or distribute products containing Primary or Secondary, Domestic or Industrial batteries.
Adder complies fully with the EU Packaging Waste Directive including restrictions for heavy metals in packaging.
‘Conflict Minerals’ refers to specific minerals originating from mines controlled by armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or adjoining countries such as Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Republic of Tanzania, Angola and the Central African Republic.
Click here to download a full copy of the Conflict Minerals Statement.
Please email us to request the latest CFSI_CMRT form.
EU REACH (1907/2006/EC)
All Adder products comply with EU REACH regulations EC 1907/2006 and are considered as Articles within the definitions of Article 3.
Adder products do not contain any substances or mixtures intended for release and do not contain any SVHC’s in any concentration above the limits specified in Article 59 unless specifically stated in the product data sheet. Finally, Adder’s products do not contain any restricted substances according to Annex XVII nor any substances subject to Authorisation in Annex XIV.