Significance of Oeko-tex
Human ecology is about the impact of clothing on the wearer and its immediate environment. As part of the human body's close-knit environment, clothing has an important impact on human health. Products that have been tested and certified by Oeko-Tex Standard 100 are guaranteed to pose no harm to human health. More importantly, the certification can effectively circumvent trade barriers in countries such as the EU and North America, and help China's manufacturing to successfully land in the high-end markets in Europe and America.
Test project content of Oeko-Tex Standard 100
Oeko-Tex Standard 100 prohibits and restricts the use of known hazardous substances on textiles including: pH, formaldehyde, extractable heavy metals, nickel, pesticides/herbicides, chlorophenols, cleavable aromatic amines Dyes, sensitizing dyes, organic chlorination dyes, organotin compounds (TBT/DBT), PVC plasticizers, color fastness, organic volatile gases, odors.