European chemicals policy



RUDOLF GmbH Geretsried herewith confirms that all products from RUDOLF GmbH Geretsried currently delivered in the EU are in compliance with the REACH regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006.

Based on the information available from our suppliers and our current knowledge of the product composition, we confirm that all substances that must be registered and are manufactured in or imported into the EU have been registered by us, or by our suppliers or are exempted from registration.

Concerning the registration status of our products, we would like to refer to our Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). For substances the registration numbers of the classified ingredients are given in chapter 1 and for substances in mixtures in chapter 3 of the MSDS, providing they have been submitted to us by our suppliers.

Polymers are exempted from REACH according to article 2 (9). Please note that therefore no registration numbers are assigned for polymers. We can confirm that according to our present information other ingredients and monomers have been registered by us, or by our suppliers, or are exempted from registration.


RUDOLF REACH INFORMATION 3 - RI 50/2008 - 25.11.2008

All substances in RUDOLF products that must be registered and are manufactured in Europe or imported into Europe have been pre-registered by us or by our suppliers. 

Should you have any further questions regarding REACH, please contact the RUDOLF REACH Implementation TEAM at



RUDOLF REACH INFORMATION 1 - RI 27/2008 - 16.05.2008

Dear customers RUDOLF GmbH

The new European chemicals policy (REACH) entered into force in June 2007. To smoothly implement the new regulation RUDOLF GROUP have thoroughly prepared for REACH in the past three years. 

The first important step is the preregistration. All chemical substances (= substances affected by REACH) that must be registered have to be preregistered in the period 1 June - 1 December 2008. The preregistration is a prerequisite for taking advantage of the transitional periods until the final chemicals registration. Depending on the production volume of the ingredients of our textile auxiliaries, the registration will be effected between 2010 and 2018. 

RUDOLF GROUP will have preregistered all their substances manufactured as well as directly imported ones. There is therefore no reason for changing our product range. 

The registration requires to exchange information regarding exposures and risks when using textile auxiliaries and, if necessary, to report them to the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA). We will therefore possibly contact you in due course to find out about the use of our products, which is necessary to work out exposure scenarios. 

We are your reliable partner in whom you can trust. This is part of our customer service. 

Please contact our REACH IMPLEMENTATION TEAM at for any questions you may have.