“The overall aim of the project is to study the influence of injection conditions of various plastic materials with different properties on the migration of organic and inorganic substances that are part of children’s products by contact with foods. A secondary aim is the identification and, if applicable, specific quantification of the substances that migrated from these materials after their injection in different conditions, developing the necessary test methods. In 2012, overall migration tests were performed with an acidic marker and isooctane in the most restrictive conditions of the regulations, as well as the evaluation of the use in real conditions through washing cycles, thermal shock and accelerated ageing to direct solar radiation. The most important results were:
Start date: 15/02/2011