OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 is one of the world's most well-known textile labels for testing harmful substances, representing consumer trust and a high level of product safety. When a textile is labeled with STANDARD 100, it indicates that every component of the product, including threads, buttons, and other accessories, has undergone thorough testing for hazardous substances. This ensures that the product poses no harm in terms of human ecology.
The scope and requirements for detecting harmful substances in Oeko Tex depend on the intended use of the textile. There are currently four levels of product categories that need to be tested:
Product level I: infant products;
Product level II: direct contact with skin;
Product level III: non direct contact with skin;
Product level IV: decorative materials.
OEKO-TEX laboratory testing will test approximately 100 parameters, such as azo dyes, formaldehyde, nickel, etc., which are also included in the testing catalog. The detection methods cover Appendix XVII and XIV of the REACH Directive, as well as the EU SVHC candidate substance list.
1. ATIC provides application documents for customers to fill in and submit;
2. ATIC confirms the testing parameters, audit scope, and testing laboratory. Test samples according to OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 standard;
3. ATIC provides detailed inspection reports from OEKO-TEX institutions and OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 certificates;
4. ATIC accompanies OEKO-TEX experts for on-site inspections to confirm all declaration details and provide translation services.