Declared Material List (Overview)

Question Posed:

What is a Declared Material List (DML)?

Answer Provided:

A DML is a declaration of which Declarable Materials are included in the products based on the material categories listed below.

Group number

Description

1

Aluminium and aluminium alloys

2

Copper and copper alloys

3

Nickel and nickel alloys

4

Titanium and titanium alloys

5

Steels

6

Stainless steels

7

Filler metals: welding, brazing soldering

8

Miscellaneous metallic materials

9

Optical materials

10

Adhesives, coatings, varnishes

11

Adhesive tapes

12

Paints and inks

13

Lubricants

14

Potting compounds, sealants, foams

15

Reinforced plastics (including PCBs)

16

Rubbers and elastomers

17

Thermoplastics (e.g. non­adhesive tapes and foils [MLI])

18

Thermoset plastics (including PCBs)

19

Material aspects of wires and cables

20

Miscellaneous non­metallic materials, e.g. ceramics

 

References (Example of a DML): http://www.mssl.ucl.ac.uk/www_detector/solar-b/docs/pa/DMLPA009-02.pdf

***Article contents valid as of 2017-09-28

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