Chemical and environmental testing

PAHs(Ausschuss fürProduktsicherheit, AfPS)

PAHs are commonly found in petrochemical products, rubber, plastics, lubricants, rust resistant oils, incomplete combustion of organic compounds, and some residues in products for use in manufacturing processes, such as plastics, dyes and pesticides. In electronic and electrical products, plastic and rubber materials, black or dark hard polymer materials, surface coatings and paints, And preservatives used in bristles, leather, fibers, and wood may contain PAHs; In addition, the PAHs on the list have been confirmed as carcinogens.

PAHs test Standard: Ausschuss furProduktsicherheit (AfPS) AfPS GS 2019:01 PAK. Annex 17 of the EU REACH Directive.


Eu POPs 

On 25 June 2019, the European Commission published Regulation (EU) 2019/1021 on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), which came into force on 15 July 2019. POPs contains samples of dozens of controlled substances. General recommendations and other test items are: SCCP, HBCDD, etc.



REACH Directive: EC/1907/2006, Regulation concerning the Registration, Evaluation,Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals. REACH Directive is a European Union regulation concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals. It came into force on 1st June 2007 and replaced a number of European Directives and Regulations with a single system




ROHS Directive: RoHS is a mandatory standard formulated by EU legislation. Its full name is the Restriction of Hazardous Substances.
ROHS Directive
2011/65/EU, (EU)2015/863


California CA65:                                                              

California Proposition 65, also known as CA65, CP65 or PROP 65. California's Proposition 65 was issued in November 1986, aiming to control the use of toxic and harmful substances, so as to prevent and reduce the harm to human body and the environment. To protect the residents of California and the state's drinking water sources from substances known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive hazards. More than 850 chemicals are currently on the list of Concern, and the list will continue to grow as more chemicals are evaluated. It is A chemical test to test the content of total lead, total cadmium, phthalines, bisphenol A and other chemicals in the product.