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ISPM 15 -standard

The ISPM 15 standard issued by FAO, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, specifies the requirements for the treatment and labelling of wooden packaging material used in international trade.

The ISPM 15 standard requires that wooden packaging material be manufactured from debarked wood and heat treated continuously, to a minimum temperature of 56 °C for a minimum duration of 30 minutes, throughout the entire profile of the wood including its core, or that the wood be fumigated with methyl bromide.

Treated packaging material is marked with a label compliant with the standard, featuring the IPPC logo, producer/treatment provider code, country code and treatment marking. Of the treatment markings, HT refers to heat treatment and MB to methyl bromide treatment.

FDA/USA §177.2410

Phenol film certified by FDA/USA §177.2410 can be safely used as the food-contact surface of molded articles intended for repeated use in contact with nonacid food.

German BgVV II

BgVV recommendations define specific positive lists of starting substances that are permitted for use in individual food packaging applications. Although they are not legally binding, the BgVV Recommendations are widely respected in Germany, and German manufacturers often insist that materials meet existing BgVV recommendations.

Dangerous goods package certificate

We are able to acquire an official authorised UN certificate. You will be provided with a full certificate of the test.

Package testing

If needed we can let your package be tested for durability, strain and piling.