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Consumer Product Testing

In general, we assume that the countless materials and contact substances that we encounter do not contain any elements that are harmful to health or cause allergies. Mostly rightly so. But at the latest when reports of undesirable plasticizers or heavy metals, pollutants in toys or textiles lead to product recalls for small children, the importance of product testing becomes clear.

The easiest way leads to us. We look closely at your samples and check them for residues in accordance with your specification and the applicable legal provisions.

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Hygiene / Sanitary Product Testing 
Hygiene / Sanitary Product Testing 
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Every day we come into contact with various materials with an unknown composition. Consumers assume that they do not contain any hazardous or allergenic substances. We often hear about reports on harmful substances in toys or textiles for infants. Some­times plasticisers are concerned, sometimes heavy metals. The damage caused by a call-back is usually disproportional to an investment in product testing.

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Industrial Product Testing
Industrial Product Testing
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The European chemicals regulation REACH (1907/2006) defines registration, assessment, authorisation and restriction of chemicals. The European chemicals agency ECHA was founded for the management of chemicals and organises and monitors the REACH process. Substances causing a very high concern according to the REACH regulation are listed in the SVHC candidates list of ECHA.

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Food Packaging Testing
Food Packaging Testing
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The packaging of food serves to protect its content, supplies information and is for labelling purposes of a product as well as promotion. Most foods cannot be stored without suitable packaging and are thus not marketable. A variety of materials is used for the packaging of foods. Apart from plastic and cardboard/paper, the most common packaging materials are tins made of aluminium or tinplate and glass jars.

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