Design and manufacture with cleantech principles to avoid environmental damage


ViTrox applies four (4) major clean technology (“cleantech”) principles in our design and manufacturing processes to avoid environmental damage at the source through significant energy efficiency improvements, the sustainable use of resources and practises to eliminate the creation of pollutants or wastes.

Hazardous substance management is a crucial aspect of a sustainable manufacturing process. At ViTrox, we manage it by creating an internal system to monitor and control the purchase of non-hazardous parts and materials as well as complying with the EU RoHS Directive.

Starting in 2023, ViTrox is moving into self-declaration and monitoring of RoHS-compliant materials. The design and selection of parts are internally-controlled to ensure the parts fulfil RoHS requirements. We control from the source, in this case, from the R&D stage. Any parts without the RoHS certification would not be created in the internal part registration; thus, the purchase will be terminated. We target to achieve zero (0) use of hazardous material and achieve 100% RoHS-compliant in all ranges of our products by 2024. Note that this target would exclude AXI machines.


Embedded in our core and support business functions, cleantech is consistently applied throughout the design, manufacturing and application of our automated machine vision inspection solutions to minimise our operation’s environmental footprint and help our customers minimise the impacts of their operations.

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