Food Contact Material ISO Related Standards

Rice cookers, juice machines, coffee machines and other kitchen appliances to the general use of our daily life has brought great convenience, but in direct contact with the food materials may bring security risks. Food contact material in the product, such as plastics, rubber, colorants, etc., may release a certain amount of toxic chemical components such as heavy metals, toxic additives, which will migrate to the food during the use of the product. Into the human health.

Food contact material and products may affect the smell, taste and color of the food in contact with the food, and may release a certain amount of toxic chemical ingredients such as heavy metals, toxic additives, which will migrate into the food By the human body intake, endangering human health.

ISO related standards:

ISO4531-1: 2000 release of cadmium and lead in contact with foodstuffs, vitreous materials

ISO4531-2: 1998 Cadmium and lead releases of ceramic, glassy objects in contact with food, permissible limits

ISO6086-1: 1999 Ceramic utensils for food products, glass and ceramic utensils and glassware. Release of lead and cadmium

ISO6486-2: 1999 Ceramic utensils for food products, glass and ceramic utensils and glassware. Lead and cadmium release, permissible limits

Physical test: sensory test, size, packaging layer, packing porosity

Chemical tests: full migration test, special migration test, evaporation residue, potassium permanganate consumption, decolorization test, heavy metals (Pb), metal element elution, phosphor, bisphenol A, melamine, formaldehyde, Phthalate (plasticizer), vinyl chloride, ethylbenzene, styrene and the like

Microbiological tests: antibacterial test, total number of colonies, mold and yeast, Shigella, hemolytic streptococcus, Salmonella, Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, etc.