• New Standards for Extractable Metals in Plastic Toys

Environmental Laboratory

New Standards for Extractable Metals in Plastic Toys

Sep 15 2009

SPEX CertiPrep (USA) is proud to introduce two new Certified Reference Material kits for analysing Extract- able Metals from plastic toys based on ASTM F963-07- Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Toy Safety. This is a voluntary U.S. standard applicable to toys distributed in the U.S. and employs test procedures for analysing lead and other extractable metals in plastic toys. The reference material can be used at 10 or 100 fold dilution to accommodate your needs.

EMPT-1 consists of two standards, not to be sold separately. EMPT-2 is an Interference Check Standard consisting of EMPT-1 and INT-EM1, not to be sold separately.

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