Product Testing Scopes

Product Safety Test and Compliance Certification

AQI Service can conduct product safety test at every stage of the production cycle, from Pre-Production to aftermarket including materials, parts and finished products.

The testing scope covers a wide variety of products and standards, which includes, but it not limited to, the following categories.

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  • Reach 181 SVHC Test
  • Material Composition Analysis
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Durability Test
  • Burning Performance
  • Construction Materials Test
  • Salt Spray Test
  • Microbiological Analysis
  • Overall Migration Test
  • Extractable Ni & Cr Test
  • Contact with Food Part – Leachable Lead & Cadmium
  • PCP (Pentachlorophenol) Test
  • Heavy Metals Testing
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  • CE (EMC/LVD/RED) – Europe
  • FCC (VOC/DOC/ID) – America
  • UL/ETL – America
  • SASO – Saudi Arabia
  • RoHS & WEEE Test
  • Electric Component Testing
  • EMF Testing
  • Functional Testing
  • Lighting Performance Testing
  • Lead Test (CPSIA)
  • Phthalate Test (CPSIA)
  • Physical & Mechanical Test
  • Flammability Test
  • Migration of Certain Elements
  • Electrical Safety Test
  • Colour Fastness

Scope of our testings

A. Food Contact Materials Testing

    a. LFGB Test

LFGB is the German abbreviation for the Food and Commodities Act, which is considered the most important food safety management act for Germany. LFGB is the guiding act for Germany’s hygiene regulations and regulates the food and food-related products’ safety standards in the country. All the foodstuffs and food-related products are required to pass the corresponding tests and be compliant with LFGB in order to be put in the German market. and Generally speaking, LFGB is stricter than other European Food Contact Regulations, such as EU Regulation (EC) 1935/2004. (Click here)


  • Total migration
  • Specific migration according to regulation (EC) No. 10/2011
  • Metal migration
  • Metal release
  • Volatile substances
  • Peroxides
  • Extractable components
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     b. DGCCRF (France)

DGCCRF is the French abbreviation for the French General Directorate for Competition Policy, Consumer Affairs, and Fraud Control, which regulates and controls products within the French market at all levels, including production, import, and distribution. Regulating foodstuffs and food-related products is one of the main focuses of DGCCRF.

DGCCRF issued a series of documents in 2016, which set requirements for food contact materials made from inorganic material such as metal, ceramic, plastic, paper, wood or glass, organic materials made from synthetic fibres and organic materials made from plant fibres.

     c. MOCA/FCM ( Italy)

Materials and objects in contact with foods” (MOCA/FCM) are materials and objects destined to come into contact with foods (kitchen tools and table flatware and containers, machinery for the transformation of foods, packaging materials, etc.). These terms are also used to indicate the materials and objects that come into contact with water, with the exclusion of fixed public or private water supply systems

The obligation of the MOCA declaration was established by the Italian Ministerial Decree n. 6 dated 21 March 1973 “Disciplina igienica degli imballaggi, recipienti, utensili, destinati a venire in contatto con le sostanze alimentari o con sostanze d’uso personale”, or “Hygiene regulations for packaging, containers, tools destined to come into contact with food stuffs or substances for personal hygiene”.

Always in Italy, the Lgs. Decree 29/2017 governs the sanctions for the violations of provisions imposed by the regulations concerning materials and objects destined to come into contact with food products and foods. All companies to which the MOCA/FCM legislation applies must be registered with the SUAP (Sportello Unico Attività Produttive, or Unified Office for Production Activities) of their relative City and conform with European regulations.

B. Chemical Analysis / Harmful Substances

There are numerous laws and regulations which serve to reduce the presence of harmful substances in consumer products. manufacturers, importers, and retailers have the responsibility to confirm their compliance with the legal requirements.

    a. Organic Analytics

  • Chlorinated phenols
  • Azo dyestuffs, azo colourants (cleavable amines derived from azo colourants)
  • Allergenic disperse dyestuffs/carcinogenic dyestuffs
  • Short Chain Chlorinated Paraffins (SCCP)/Medium Chain Chlorinated Paraffins (MMCP)
  • Alkylphenols and Alkylphenol ethoxylates (AP/APEO)
  • Chlorinated organic carriers
  • Dimethyl fumarate
  • Bisphenols
  • Specific migration (e.g. bisphenol A, amines, phthalates, PAH, melamine)
  • Formaldehyde
  • Preservatives
  • Perfluorinated compounds (e.g. PFOS, PFOA, fluorotelomer alcohols and fluorotelomer acrylates)
  • Phthalates, phthalate substitutes
  • Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)
  • Organotin compounds
  • Toys acc. to EN 71-9/-10/-11
  • Screening analytics
  • N-nitrosamines, N-nitrosatable substances
  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)
  • Flame retardants

    b. Inorganic Analytics

  • Determination of heavy metals (e.g. Pb, Cd) in consumer products
  • Nickel release (DIN EN 1811)
  • Migration of certain elements (DIN EN 71-3)
  • Formaldehyde in leather and textiles
  • Chromium (VI) in leather and textiles
  • pH values in leather and textiles
  • German Consumer Goods Ordinance (Bedarfsgegenständeverordnung/BedGgstV)
  • German Chemicals Prohibition Ordinance (Chemikalien-Verbotsverordnung/ChemVerbotsV)
  • German Packaging Ordinance (Verpackungsverordnung/VerpackV)
  • Framework Regulation REG (EC) no. 1935/2004
  • REG (EC) no. 10/2011 Plastics Ordinance
  • Customer-specific requirements
  • Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) recommendations
  • REACH regulation 1907/2006 Annex XVII and SVHC candidate list
  • POP ordinance 850/2004
AQI Services offers efficient and cost-effective product testing services that will guarantee your products’ compliance, reduce your business risk, and expedite your market entry. To spend small amount of money on the testing to guarantee the product safety and compliance is more than worthy. 
Contact your Account Manager for more details now.