Is Melamine Tableware Safe?
Although there is a small amount of melamine powder left in plates, cups, utensils or more.
The leakage of melamine is considered to be very small—an estimated 250 times lower than the level of melamine the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) considers to be toxic.
In all, the FDA has determined that it is safe to use plastic tableware, including melamine tableware.
Melamine moulding compound in powder form are based on melamine-formaldehyde resins fortified with high-class celluloses reinforcement and further modified with minor amounts of special purpose additives, pigments, cure regulators and lubricants.
1.It has a good surface hardness, gloss, insulation, heat resistance and water resistance
2.With bright color, odorless, tasteless, self-extinguishing, anti-mold, anti-arc track
3.It is qualitative light, not easily broken, easy decontamination and specifically approved for food contact
1.Kitchenware / dinnerware
2.Fine and heavy tableware
3.Electrical fittings and wiring devices
4.Kitchen utensil handles
5.Serving trays, buttons and Ashtrays
Certificate: SGS 2019
The following sample(s) was/were submitted and identified on behalf of the clients as: MELAMINE DISC
SGS Job No. : SHHL1909050291CW – SH
Style No.: M2100
Item No.: 19090457
Testing Period: 12 Sep 2019-19 Sep 2019
|Commission Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 of 14 January 2011 with amendments-Overall migration||PASS|
|Commission Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 of 14 January 2011 withamendments-Specific migration of melamine||PASS|
|Commission Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 of 14 January 2011 and CommissionRegulation (EU) No 284/2011 of 22 March 2011-Specific migration offormaldehyde||PASS|
|Commission Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 of 14 January 2011 with amendments-Specific migration of heavy metal||PASS|