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Key benefits

Avoid business risk due to restricted substance regulations such as REACH—multi-million dollar costs, delays, and reputational damage

Base decisions on robust data about the materials and specifications that drive use of restricted substances

Analyze both legacy products and designs

Consider compliance during design, where change costs least for most impact

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GRANTA MI:Restricted Substances Package

Restricted SubstancesManufacturing enterprises face restricted substances challenges at every level: from executives concerned with corporate liability, to engineers making practical materials choices. You need a new way to respond.

GRANTA MI:Restricted Substances

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Key Features
Problems Solved
Fill knowledge gaps, fast, with a unique knowledge-base covering restricted substances, regulations, materials, and coatings. Reduce dependency on supplier declarations.

Gaps in company knowledge are difficult to fill. How do you keep up with new and updated regulations, or reduce the cost of gathering data from suppliers?

Manage your materials information plus substance, specification, and coatings data with the leading materials information management system, GRANTA MI.

Internal company information needed to monitor, analyze, and mitigate restricted substance risk is widely-distributed, dynamic, and disorganized.

Built for materials: GRANTA MI handles and connects everything, from data on generic material types used in conceptual design, to grade-specific data for declarations on products.

Materials, processes, and specifications are the source of most substances issues. Yet few systems are designed to manage materials or spec data, or to cope with the varying descriptions of materials needed at different stages in design.

De-risk your materials and processes by answering critical questions such as "does this spec contain substances in the new REACH candidate list?" Identify substitute materials to mitigate risks. Build lists of preferred materials.

Managing business risk. The approach to restricted substances often focuses solely on reporting compliance of products. Wouldn't it be better to avoid materials that introduced this risk in the first place?

Design for compliance with CAD-integrated restricted substance reports.


The Bills of Materials ('BoMs') problem. The BoMs describing products are often in diverse formats and not linked to data or tools that facilitate risk analysis, reporting, or declarations.

Fast product compliance analytics for restricted substances. Transform and report on legacy BoMs.

Reporting and analysis is slow and difficult.

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