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The AGES Institute for Food Safety in Linz (LSL) examines about 500 toy samples per year. The toys are tested for mechanical and physical qualities and flammability, chemical properties, such as the migration of specific elements (lead, cadmium, mercury, chrome, etc.), organotin migration and tests for plasticisers – in particular, banned phthalates, tests for banned azo dyes and pigments and many more substances. Sensory tests, tests for saliva and perspiration resistance and checks for correct labelling are also part of the examinations undertaken.

 


Advice and information, such as on the extent of the tests required and toy examinations, are available at:

The AGES Institute for Food Safety in Linz (LSL) examines about 500 toy samples per year. The toys are tested for mechanical and physical qualities and flammability, chemical properties, such as the migration of specific elements (lead, cadmium, mercury, chrome, etc.), organotin migration and tests for plasticisers – in particular, banned phthalates, tests for banned azo dyes and pigments and many more substances. Sensory tests, tests for saliva and perspiration resistance and checks for correct labelling are also part of the examinations undertaken.

 


Advice and information, such as on the extent of the tests required and toy examinations, are available at:

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Dr. Daniela Schachner
Phone: +43 50 555-41700
Wieningerstraße 8
4020 Linz



Dr. Daniela Schachner
Phone: +43 50 555-41700
Wieningerstraße 8
4020 Linz



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