Conflict Minerals Policy
Coiltek® strives to be a responsible actor in the global community and thus it is our
policy to avoid the use of minerals from conflict zones, such as the Democratic
Republic of Congo and surrounding countries, in our products. By sourcing our
components from responsible vendors that manufacture parts using ethically
obtained minerals we are able to ensure that our supply chain remains free from
All Coiltek® products manufactured after 2014 are RoHS compliant.
Coiltek® products may contain:
Tantalum: The capacitors used on our boards contain this mineral. However, we
chose to use Kemet capacitors exclusively due to their policy regarding the use of
minerals from conflict zones. That policy can be found by clicking here.
Gold: There is a very thin gold film on our ultrasonic transducers, which are
produced by SensComp. Click here to view SensComp’s statement.
Additionally there is a gold element exclusive to the CS-6200 (formerly the
CS-6100) series of ultrasonic controls. This part is manufactured by Crown
Electronics, which certifies that its parts are not created using conflict minerals.
Verification can be found by clicking here.
Tin: Our products are made using Kestor solder. Review Kestor’s compliance
statement by clicking here.