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CU technical regulations 005 / 2011 SECURITY PACKAGING


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foreword

1. This technical regulation is designed in accordance with the Agreement on common principles and rules of technical regulation in the Republic of Belarus, Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation of November 18 2010 year.
2. This technical regulation is designed to establish on the customs territory of the Customs Union tion of uniform mandatory for the application and enforcement of the requirements for packaging (closures), to ensure the free movement of packaging (closures) Circulating in the customs territory of the Customs Union.
3. If the packaging (closures) taken other technical regulations of the Customs Union, establish requirements for packaging (closures), the package (closures) must comply with all the technical regulations of the Customs Union, the action of which it is subject.

§ 1. Application area

1. This technical regulation applies to all types of packaging, including closures, are finished products manufactured in circulation in the customs territory of the Customs Union, irrespective of the country of origin.
2. For all types of packaging (closures), which made producers of products packaged in the manufacturing process of such products released for circulation in the customs territory of the Customs Union, subject to the requirements of articles only 2, 4, 5, article points 1,2 6, 9 this article technical regulations.
3. This technical regulation establishes mandatory for application and enforcement of the customs territory of the Customs Union requirements for packaging (closures) and related requirements for processes of storage, transportation and disposal, in order to protect human life and health, property, the environment, human life or health animals and plants, as well as the prevention of actions misleading consumers packaging (closures) with respect to its purpose and security.
4. Packaging materials used for subdivided into the following types: metal, resin, paper and cardboard, glass, wood, of composite materials, of textile materials; ceramic.
5. Means for sealing classified according to the materials used: metal, cork, plastic, composite and cardboard.
6. This technical regulation does not apply to packaging for medical devices, drugs, pharmaceuticals, tobacco and dangerous goods.

§ 2. define

In the present technical regulations of the Customs Union the following terms and their definitions:
identification - Procedure for classifying packaging (closures) to the application of these technical regulations and the actual characteristics of Compliance packaging (closures) data contained in the technical documentation (including the accompanying documents) thereto;
the producer (manufacturer) - Natural or legal person as an individual entrepreneur, asking on his behalf production and (or) the issuance of packaging (closures) and responsible for its compliance with safety requirements of this technical regulation;
importer - A resident of a Member State of the Customs Union, which concluded with a non-member state of the Customs Union agreement on the transfer of foreign packaging (closures), implements and (or) use of packaging (closures) and is responsible for its compliance with safety requirements of these Technical Regulations customs union;
package labeling (closures) - Information in the form of signs, labels, icons, symbols on packaging (closures) and (or) the accompanying final documents for identification, consumer information;
strong> reusable packaging - packaging designed for repeated use its model Wednesday - environment that mimics the properties of food products;
treatment on the market - The processes of transition packaging (closures) from the manufacturer to the consumer (user) that passes packaging (closures) after its manufacture;
consumer packaging - Package designed for sale or primary packaging of products sold to the final consumer;
intended use - Use of packaging (closures) in accordance with its purpose specified by the manufacturer;
type of packaging (closures) - Classification unit determines packaging (closure) on the material and design;
a representative sample - A sample package (closure) selected from a group of similar products made from the same materials by the same technology, the same construction and corresponding to one and the same security requirements;
freight packing - Package designed for storage and transportation of products in order to protect it from damage when moving and forming an independent transport unit;
closure - A product designed for sealing packaging and preservation of its contents;
packing - A product that is used to organize, protect, transport, loading and unloading, delivery and storage of raw materials and finished products.
packing - Material for the manufacture of packaging.

§ 3. Handling on the market

1. Packaging (closures) released into circulation in the customs territory of the Customs Union, provided that it has passed the necessary assessment procedures (confirmation) of compliance, established by the present technical regulations, as well as other technical regulations of the Customs Union, which applies to the packaging (closures ).
2. Packaging (closures), conformity to the requirements of the technical regulation is not checked, no one should be marked with a mark of products on the market of the Member States of the Customs Union and is not permitted to circulation in the customs territory of the Customs Union.

§ 4. Ensuring compliance with safety requirements

1. The conformity of the packaging (closures) to this technical regulation is ensured by the fulfillment of its requirements directly or by meeting the requirements of standards, as a result of which voluntary compliance with the requirements of this technical regulation and standards containing rules and methods of research (tests) and measurements, including The rules for sampling required for the application and implementation of the requirements of this technical regulation and the implementation of the assessment (n dtverzhdeniya) conformity of products (hereinafter - the Standards).
Voluntary performance requirements of these standards indicates compliance packaging (closures) requirements hereof.
2. Lists of the standards referred to in paragraph 1 this article, approved by the Commission of the Customs Union.

§ 5. Safety requirements

1. Packaging (closures) and the processes of its storage, transportation and disposal must comply with the safety of this article.
2. Packaging (closures) must be designed and constructed in such a way that when it is used as intended minimizes the risk inherent in the design of packaging (closures) and the materials used.
3. Security package must be provided a set of requirements: the materials used in contact with food products, in terms of health indicators, mechanical properties, chemical resistance; tightness.
4. Packaging, food contact, including baby food, must meet the sanitary and hygienic indicators specified in Annex 1.
Terms of sanitary-chemical modeling studies are listed in Appendix packaging 2.5. A package designed for the packaging of food products, including baby food, perfumes, cosmetics, toys, children's range of products, should not be isolated in contact with them and air pollution modeling substances in quantities that are harmful to human health, the amount exceeding the maximum permissible migration of chemicals .
6. Packing on mechanical characteristics and chemical resistance (if any packaging design and purpose) must meet the safety requirements set out in paragraphs 6.1-6.8 this article:
6.1. packaging, metal:

  • must be leak-proof with an internal overpressure of air;
  • must withstand a compressive force in the vertical axis direction of the packaging body;
  • inner cover should be resistant to the packed products and (or) to withstand sterilization or pasteurization in modeling environments;
  • must be resistant to corrosion.

6.2. glass packaging:

  • to withstand internal hydrostatic pressure depending on the main parameters and destination;
  • must withstand without failure the temperature difference;
  • must withstand a compressive force in the vertical axis direction of the packaging body;
  • water resistance of the glass must be at least class 3 / 98 (for food products, including baby food, perfume and cosmetic products);
  • must be acid (for cans and bottles for canning, food acids and baby foods);
  • should not be reused for contact with alcoholic beverages and child nutrition-sky.

6.3. polymer packing:

  • must be leak-proof;
  • must withstand the specified number of beats in free fall from a height without breaking (for corked products, except perfume and cosmetic prod-ucts);
  • must withstand a compressive force in the vertical axis direction of the packaging body (except packets and bags);
  • should not deform and crack when exposed to hot water (except-me bags and sacks);
  • handle packaging shall be securely attached to it and installed to withstand lennuyu load;
  • welded seams and adhesive packaging should not miss the water;
  • installed to withstand a static load in tension (for packet filtering and bags);
  • the inner surface of the package must be resistant to the packaging of products-wai.

6.4. cardboard packaging and paper:

  • must withstand the specified number of beats in free fall from a height without breaking;
  • must withstand a compressive force in the vertical axis direction of the packaging body.

6.5. composite packaging:

  • must be sealed (if closures) or the admission to provide strength joints;
  • should be water-resistant;
  • inner surface coating must not be oxidized;
  • the inner surface of the package must be resistant to the packaging of products-wai.

6.6. packaging of textile materials:

  • must withstand the specified number of beats in free fall from a height without breaking;
  • must maintain a specified tensile load.

6.7. wooden packing:

  • must withstand the specified number of beats in free fall from a height without breaking;
  • must withstand the specified number of strokes on a horizontal or an inclined planes;
  • must withstand a compressive force in the vertical axis direction of the packaging body;
  • moisture content must conform to established.

6.8. ceramic packing:

  • must be waterproof.

7. Safety closures should be provided a set of require-ments to:
materials used in contact with food products, in terms of sanitary and health indicators;
tightness, chemical resistance, safe dissection;
physical and mechanical characteristics.
8. Closures in contact with food products, including baby food must comply with sanitary indicators specified in Annex 1.
Terms of sanitary-chemical modeling studies closures are listed in Appendix 2.
Closures in contact with food products, including baby pi tanie, perfume and cosmetic products shall not produce in contact with them modeling environment substances in quantities that are harmful to human health, exceeding the permissible levels of migration of chemicals.
9. Closures on physico-mechanical and chemical resistance must comply with the safety requirements set out in paragraphs 9.1-9.4 of this article:
9.1. metal closures:

  • must be leak-proof containers (except caps for perfume and cosmetic products, muzzle, staples);
  • lids for canning should be resistant to hot working;
  • torque when opening screw closures should correspond to the requirements;
  • glue joint break-in and crimp caps should be strong;
  • Crown cork closures must withstand internal hydrostatic pressure;
  • should be resistant to corrosion;
  • paint inside the lid and sealing
  • spacers during pasteurization or sterilization should be resistant to model media.

9.2. polymeric and composite closures:

  • must be leak-proof containers (except shrinkable caps, break-in, valves, metering-limiters, flame sealing gaskets, caps for closing) under specified conditions of operation;
  • torque when opening screw caps and closures should correspond to the requirements;
  • sealing means for sealing sparkling wines (champagne) and carbonated wine must withstand internal hydrostatic pressure;
  • glue line of shrink and break-in caps should be strong;
  • gaskets must not delaminate;
  • amount of fluff should not be set higher;
  • lids for canning should be resistant to hot working;
  • lids for canning should be resistant to acid solutions.

9.3. cork closures:

  • must be leak-proof packaging;
  • humidity plugs and gaskets must comply with established requirements;
  • tensile strength and torsional agglomerated corks teams must correspond to the requirements;
  • agglomerated cork and teams must withstand boiling water without damage and cracking;
  • capillarity side surface must comply with the requirements established;
  • number of natural cork dust, kolmatirovannyh agglomerated corks and prefabricated should not be higher than the set.

9.4. cardboard closures:

  • must be resistant to the media model;
  • should not delaminate into components.

10. Test reports confirming compliance with the types of packaging (corking the fixed assets), manufacturer of packaged products manufactured in the pro-duction of such products, the requirements of paragraphs 1-9 this article, include the standard kit evidentiary materials generated with conformity assessment on the packed product .
11. Requirements for processes handling packaging (closures) in the market (storage, transportation, disposal)
11.1. packaging (closures) are stored in accordance with the requirements of normative and (or) technical documents for specific types of packaging (closures).
11.2. transport packaging (closures) is implemented by all modes of transport in accordance with the rules of carriage of goods;
11.3. for the purpose of resource and environmental pollution exclusion packaging (closures), previously used, must be disposed of in accordance with the procedure established by the legislation of the Member State of the Customs Union;
11.4. if you can not dispose of the packaging (closures) the information must be communicated to the consumer by applying the appropriate markings.

Article 6. Labeling requirements for packaging (closures)

1. The marking shall include the information necessary to identify the material from which the manufactured packaging (closures), as well as information on its utilization and consumer information.
2. The marking shall contain the digital designation and / or the letter designation (abbreviation) of the material from which the packaging (closures) is made, in accordance with Annex 3, and contain pictograms and symbols in accordance with Annex 4: drawing 1- packaging (closures) Intended for contact with food; Drawing 2-packaging (closures) for perfumery and cosmetic products; Figure 3 - packaging (closures), not intended for contact with food; Figure 4 - the possibility of recycling used packaging (closures) - the Möbius loop.
3. Packaging Information (closures), shall be given in accompanying documents and shall contain:
name packaging (closures); assignment information package (closures);
conditions of storage, transportation, disposal opportunity; processing method (for reusable packaging);
name and location of the manufacturer (producer), information with regard to them;
name and location of the person designated by the manufacturer, importer, information with regard to them (if any);
date of manufacture (month, year);
shelf life (if fitted by the manufacturer (manufacturer).
4. Information should be presented in Russian and in the state (s) language (s) of the Member State of the Customs Union with the appropriate requirements of the law (s) state () member (s) of the Customs Union.

§ 7. Confirmation of compliance

1. Before release into circulation in the customs territory of the Customs Union pack-forging (closures) to be subjected to the procedure of attestation of conformity requirements hereof.
2. Demonstration of compliance packaging (closures) the requirements of this technical regulation is binding and is in the form of declaration of conformity to one of the following schemes:
2.1 scheme 3D, 4D, 5D - for packaging (closures), designed-tion for the packaging of food products, including baby food, perfume and cosmetic products that have direct contact with the packaged product, toys and children's range of products that come in contact with mouth of the child (in the case of packaging (closures) having different materials, sizes, thickness of the materials used, the test can be performed on typical samples, including features such as packaging (closures);
2.2 scheme 1D and 2D - for packaging (closures) are not referred to in subparagraph 2.1 this paragraph (in the case of packaging (closures) having different materials, sizes, thickness of the materials used, the test can be performed on typical samples, including features type of packaging (closures).
3. Declaration of conformity of mass-produced packaging (closures) carries the manufacturer or manufacturer's authorized person.
Declaration of conformity to the party package (closures) carries the manufacturer (the person authorized by the manufacturer), importer.
4. Identification of packaging (closures) when declaring its compliance with the requirements hereof holds manufacturer (person authorized by the manufacturer), importer.
5. Adoption of the Declaration of Conformity includes the following procedures:

  • formation and analysis of normative and technical documentation;
  • testing;
  • formation sets evidentiary materials;
  • acceptance and registration of the declaration of conformity;
  • applying a single mark of products on the market of the Member States of the Customs Union.

6. When declaring the conformity the manufacturer (the person authorized by the manufacturer), importer independently forms the evidentiary materials to confirm the compliance of the package (closures) requirements hereof.
7. Evidentiary materials for the adoption of the declaration of conformity shall include:

  • protocol (s) of tests conducted by the manufacturer (person authorized by the manufacturer), importer and (or) accredited testing laboratory (center) included in the Unified Register of certification bodies and testing laboratories (centers) of the Customs Union, confirming compliance with the requirements of the declared (assuming that since the issuance of the protocol (protocol) was not more than one year);
  • The list of standards which must comply with the requirements of packaging (closures) from the List of standards referred to in paragraph article 2 4;
  • a description of the technical solutions, confirming compliance with the requirements of these technical regulations, if the standards referred to in paragraph article 2 4, missing or not applied;
  • other documents confirming compliance packaging (closures) requirements hereof, including a certificate of compliance management system or act (minutes) assessment management system (if any), certificate (s) of conformity to a particular type of packaging (closures) ( if any), certificate (s) of compliance or test reports on materials (if available).

8. Declaration of Conformity issued by a single form, approved by the decision of the Commission of the Customs Union.
The declaration of conformity shall be registered in accordance with the legislation of the Customs Union.
9. The declaration of conformity is issued for a specific package name (closures) or packing group (closures) made of one material and having the same structure, and meet the same safety requirements.
10. Set evidentiary materials provided 7 paragraph of this article, together with the declaration of conformity shall be kept by the manufacturer (manufacturer's authorized person), the importer within the timeframe established by the legislation of the Customs Union.
11. Declaration of conformity of packaging (closures) is taken for a period of not more than 5 years for serial production. Declaration of Conformity per game packaging (closures) was adopted without specifying the period of its validity.
Declaration of Conformity party packaging (closures) applies only to packaging (closures), relating to a particular party.

§ 8. Marking a single sign of products on the market of the Member States of the Customs Union

1. Packaging (closures), corresponding to the requirements hereof and have undergone conformity assessment pursuant to Article 7 these technical regulations, shall be marked with a mark of a single product on the market of the Member States of the Customs Union, which appears in the accompanying documentation.
2. Marking a single sign of products on the market of the Customs Union member states is carried out by the manufacturer, the manufacturer authorized person importer before placing products on the market.
3. Packaging (closures) labeled single sign of products on the market of the Member States of the Customs Union in its compliance with the present technical regulations and other technical regulations of the Customs Union, the action of which it is subject.

§ 9. Safeguard clause

1. Member States of the Customs Union shall take all measures to control, prohibition of issue packaging (closures) in the customs territory of the Customs Union, and withdrawal from the market of packaging (closures) are not relevant requirements hereof and other technical regulations of the Customs Union that apply to the packaging (closures).

Appendix 1 to Technical Regulations of the Customs Union "On the security package"

Table 1 Sanitation and safety performance standards for substances emitted from the packaging (closures), food contact

Name of product materialTo be controlledDKM, mg / lMPC, in drinking water, mg / lHazard Class
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MPC mg / m3 in atm. airHazard Class *****
1. Polymeric materials and plastics on the basis of their            
1.1. Polyethylene (LDPE, HDPE), polypropylene, propylene-ethylene copolymers, polybutylene, oliizobutilen, composite materials based on polyolefins Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Ethyl acetate 0,100 -- 2 0,100 4
  Hexane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
  Heptane 0,100 -- 4    
  Hexene -- -- -- 0,085 3
  Heptene -- -- -- 0,065 3
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  propyl 0,100 -- 4 0,300 3
  isopropyl 0,100 -- 4 0,600 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  isobutyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 4
1.2. Polystyrene plastics:            
1.2.1. Polystyrene block and shockproof Styrene 0,010 -- 2 0,002 2
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Toluene -- 0,500 4 0,600 3
  Ethylbenzene -- 0,010 4 0,020 3
1.2.2. Styrene-acrylonitrile Styrene 0,010 -- 2 0,002 2
  Acrylonitrile 0,020 -- 2 0,030 2
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Benzaldehyde -- 0,003 4 0,040 3
1.2.3. ABS plastic (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene plastics) Styrene 0,010 -- 2 0,002 2
  Acrylonitrile 0,020 -- 2 0,030 2
  Alpha-methylstyrene -- 0,100 3 0,040 3
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Toluene -- 0,500 4 0,600 3
  Ethylbenzene -- 0,010 4 0,020 3
  Benzaldehyde -- 0,003 4 0,040 3
  Xylene (mixture of
isomers)
0,010 -- 2 0,002 2
1.2.4. Styrene-methyl methacrylate copolymer Styrene 0,010 -- 2 0,002 2
  Methyl methacrylate 0,250 -- 2 0,010 3
  Methyl alcohol 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
1.2.5. Copolymer of styrene-acrylate and metilmet acrylonitrile Styrene 0,010 -- 2 0,002 2
  Methyl methacrylate 0,250 -- 2 0,010 3
  Acrylonitrile 0,020 -- 2 0,030 2
  Methyl alcohol 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
1.2.6. Styrene-alpha-methylstyrene Styrene 0,010 -- 2 0,002 2
  Alpha-methylstyrene -- 0,100 3 0,040 3
  Benzaldehyde -- 0,003 4 0,040 3
  Acetophenone -- 0,100 3 0,003 3
1.2.7. Copolymers of styrene and butadiene Styrene 0,010 -- 2 0,002 2
  Butadiene -- 0,050 4 1,000 4
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  Xylene (mixture of
isomers)
-- 0,050 3 0,200 3
1.2.8. Foamed polystyrene Styrene 0,010 -- 2 0,002 2
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Toluene -- 0,500 4 0,600 3
  Ethylbenzene -- 0,010 4 0,020 3
  Cumene (isopropyl
benzene)
-- 0,100 3 0,014 4
  Methyl alcohol 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
1.3. PVC plastics Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Vinyl chloride 0,01 -- 2 0,01 1
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  propyl 0,100 -- 4 0,300 3
  isopropyl 0,100 -- 4 0,600 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  isobutyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 4
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Toluene -- 0,500 4 0,600 3
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Tin (Sn) -- 2,000 3 -- --
  Dioctyl 2,000 -- 3 0,020 --
  Dibutyl phthalate Not allowed Not allowed Not allowed Not allowed Not allowed
1.4. Polymers based on vinyl acetate and its derivatives by livinilatsetat, polyvinyl alcohol, copolymer dispersion of vinyl acetate and dibutyl maleate Vinyl acetate -- 0,200 2 0,150 3
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Hexane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
  Heptane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
1.5. Polyacrylates Hexane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
  Heptane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
  Acrylonitrile 0,020 -- 2 0,030 2
  Methyl acrylate -- 0,020 4 0,010 4
  Methyl methacrylate 0,250 -- 2 0,010 3
  Butyl -- 0,010 4 0,0075 2
1.6. Poliorganosi Laksau (silicones) Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
1.7. Polyamides            
1.7.1. Polyamide 6 (polycaproamide, nylon) E-caprolactam 0,500 -- 4 0,060 3
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
1.7.2. Polyamide 66 (polyhexamethyleneadipamide, nylon) Hexamethylenediamine 0,010 -- 2 0,001 2
  Methyl alcohol 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
1.7.3. Polyamide 610 (полигексаметиленсебацинамид) Hexamethylene dia-
min
0,010 -- 2 0,001 2
  Methyl alcohol 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
1.8. Polyurethanes Ethylene glycol -- 1,000 3 1,000 --
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Ethyl acetate 0,100 -- 2 0,100 4
  Butyl -- 0,100 4 0,100 4
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  propyl 0,100 -- 4 0,300 3
  isopropyl 0,100 -- 4 0,600 3
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Toluene -- 0,500 4 0,600 3
1.9. Polyesters:            
1.9.1. Polyethylene Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 * 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
1.9.2. Polypropylene Methyl -- 0,100 3 0,070 4
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
1.9.3.Politetrametilenoksid Propyl alcohol 0,100 -- 4 0,300 3
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
1.9.4. PPO Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Methyl alcohol 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
1.9.5. Polyethylene terephthalate and copolymers based on terephthalic acid Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Ethylene glycol -- 1,000 3 1,000 --
  Dimethyl -- 1,500 4 0,010 --
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500  
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  isobutyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 4
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
1.9.6. Polycarbonate Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Methylene chloride -- 7,500 3 -- --
  Chlorobenzene -- 0,020 3 0,100 3
1.9.7. Polysulfone Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
1.9.8. Polyphenylene sulfide Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Methyl alcohol 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  Dichlorobenzene -- 0,002 3 0,030 --
  Boron (B) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
1.9.9. When used as a binder:            
Fenoloformalfdegidnyh resins Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
silicone resin Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
Epoxy resins Epichlorohydrin 0,100 -- 2 0,200 2
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
1.10. Fluoropolymers: Teflon PTFE-3-4, Teflon Fluoride ion 0,500 -- 2 -- --
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Hexane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
  Heptane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
1.11. Based plastic resins fenolflrmaldegidnyh (phenolics) Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
1.12. Poliformal dehydrogenation Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
1.13. Aminos (urea and melamine noformaldegidnye) Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
1.14. Polymeric materials based on epoxy resins Epichlorohydrin 0,100 -- 2 0,200 2
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 * --
1.15. Ionomer resins, including Surlyn Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 2
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 * 3
  Methyl alcohol 0,200 -- 2 0,500 2
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- 3
1.16. Cellulose Ethyl acetate 0,100 -- 2 0,100 --
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 4
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 2
1.17.Efirtsellyuloznye plastic (etroly) Ethyl acetate 0,100 -- 2 0,100 4
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 4
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 3
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  isobutyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 4
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
1.18. Collagen (biopolymer) Formaldehyde * 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Ethyl acetate 0,100 -- 2 0,100 4
  Butyl -- 0,100 4 0,100 4
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  propyl 0,100 -- 4 0,300 3
  isopropyl 0,100 -- 4 0,600 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  isobutyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 4
1.19 Rubber and rezinoplastikovye materials (gaskets, seals cans, sealing rings and lids for canning, etc.) Acrylonitrile (NAC) 0,02 -- -- --  
  Thiuram D 0,03 -- -- --  
  Captax 0,15 -- -- --  
  Zinc 1,0 -- -- --  
  Dioctyl
(DOP)
2,0 -- -- --  
  Dibutyl phthalate
(DBP)
Not allowed Not allowed Not allowed Not allowed Not allowed
2. Paraffins and waxes            
2.1. Paraffins and waxes (for coating cheeses, etc.) Hexane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
  Heptane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
  Benzo (a) pyrene Not allowed Not allowed 1    
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  Toluene -- 0,500 4 0,600 3
3. Paper, cardboard, parchment, parchment            
3.1. Paper Ethyl acetate 0,100 -- 2 0,100 4
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  Toluene -- 0,500 4 0,600 3
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Lead (Pb) 0,030 -- 2 -- --
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Arsenic (As) 0,050   2    
  Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
  Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
3.2. Waxed paper Extras should be determined          
  Hexane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
  Heptane 0,100 -- 4 -- --
  Benzo (a) pyrene Not allowed Not allowed 1 -- --
3.3. Cardboard Ethyl acetate 0,100 -- 2 0,100 4
  Butyl -- 0,100 4 0,100 4
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500  
  isopropyl 0,100 -- 4 0,600 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  isobutyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 4
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Toluene -- 0,500 4 0,600 3
  Xylenes mixture of iso-
mers)
-- 0,050 3 0,200 3
  Lead (Pb) 0,030 -- 2 -- --
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Arsenic (As) 0,050 -- 2 -- --
  Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
  Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
Extras should be determined:            
Cardboard Titanium (Ti) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
  Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
  Barium (Ba) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
3.4. Chipboard ** Butyl -- 0,100 4 0,100 4
  Ethyl acetate 0,100 -- 2 0,100 4
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Toluene -- 0,500 4 0,600 3
  Xylene (mixture of
isomers)
-- 0,050 3 0,200 3
  Lead (Pb) 0,030 -- 2 -- --
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Arsenic (As) 0,050 -- 2 -- --
  Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
  Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
  Cadmium (Cd) 0,001 -- 2 -- --
  Barium (Ba) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
3.5. Vegetable parchment Ethyl acetate 0,100 -- 2 0,100 4
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Alcohols:          
  Methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  propyl 0,100 -- 4 0,300 3
  isopropyl 0,100 -- 4 0,600 3
  Butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  isobutyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 4
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Lead (Pb) 0,030 -- 2 -- --
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Arsenic (As) 0,050 -- 2 -- --
  Copper (Cu) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Iron (Fe) 0,300 -- -- -- --
  Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
  Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
3.6. Parchment (paper with additives that mimic the properties of vegetable parchment) Ethyl acetate 0,100 -- 2 0,100 4
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Epichlorohydrin 0,100 -- 2 0,200 2
  E-caprolactam 0,500 -- 4 0,060 3
  Alcohols:          
  Methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  propyl 0,100 -- 4 0,300 3
  isopropyl 0,100 -- 4 0,600 3
  Butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  isobutyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 4
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Benzene -- 0,010 2 0,100 2
  Toluene -- 0,500 4 0,600 3
  Xylene (mixture of
isomers)
-- 0,050 3 0,200 3
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Lead (Pb) 0,030 -- 2 -- --
  Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
  Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
  Arsenic (As) 0,050 -- 2 -- --
  Titanium (Ti) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
  Cadmium (Cd) 0,001 -- 2 -- --
4. Glass ***            
4.1. Glass            
colorless glass and semi-white Boron (B) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
colorless glass and semi-white Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
colorless glass and semi-white Arsenic (As) 0,050 -- 2 -- --
green glass Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
green glass Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
green glass Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
green glass Copper (Cu) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
green glass Boron (B) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
brown glass Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
brown glass Manganese (Mn) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
brown glass Boron (B) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
acquired hrustalʹnye Lead (Pb) *** -- 2 -- --
acquired hrustalʹnye Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
acquired hrustalʹnye Boron (B) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
acquired hrustalʹnye Cadmium (Cd) *** -- 2 -- --
Additionally DLA barievogo hrustalâ Barium (Ba) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
Additionally sleduet designate the okrašivanii:            
v goluboj flower Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
v goluboj flower Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
v goluboj flower Copper (Cu) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
blue Cobalt (Co) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
red Copper (Cu) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
red Manganese (Mn) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
yellow Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
yellow Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
yellow Cadmium (Cd) *** -- 2 -- --
yellow Barium (Ba) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
5. Ceramics***            
5.1. Ceramics Boron (B) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Titanium (Ti) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
  Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
  Cadmium (Cd) *** -- 2 -- --
  Barium (Ba) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
6. Pottery and Porcelain***            
6.1. porcelain and faience Lead (Pb) *** -- 2 -- --
  Cadmium (Cd) *** -- 2 -- --
Additionally be determined by adding and use:            
Cobalt oxide Cobalt (Co) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
lead-free glazes Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
lead-free glazes Boron (B) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
lead-free glazes Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
lead-free glazes Lithium (Li) -- 0,030 2 -- --
barite glazes Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
barite glazes Barium (Ba) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
barite glazes Boron (B) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
additionally be determined using colored glazes:            
pink Manganese (Mn) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
blue Cobalt (Co) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
blue Copper (Cu) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
yellow Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
yellow Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
yellow Cadmium (Cd) *** -- 2 -- --
7. Polymeric materials used for the coating of packaging (sealing means)            
7.1.silikatnye enamel (frit) Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
  Boron (B) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
  Iron (Fe) 0,300 -- -- -- --
  Cobalt (Co) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
  Nickel (Ni) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
  Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
  Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
  Manganese (Mn) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
7.2.titanovye enamel Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
  Boron (B) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
  Iron (Fe) 0,300 -- -- -- --
  Cobalt (Co) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
  Nickel (Ni) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
  Lead (Pb) 0,030 -- 2 -- --
  Arsenic (As) 0,050 -- 2 -- --
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Titanium (Ti) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
Additionally be determined by staining coverage:            
gray Titanium (Ti) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
blue Cobalt (Co) 0,100 -- 2 -- --
brown Iron (Fe) 0,300 -- -- -- --
green Chromium (Cr 3 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
green Chromium (Cr 6 +) total
0,100
-- 3 -- --
pink Manganese (Mn) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
When coating:            
On carbon and low alloy steels Iron (Fe) 0,300 -- -- -- --
  Manganese (Mn) 0,100 -- 3 -- --
for aluminum and aluminum alloys Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
  Copper (Cu) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
8.Polimernye materials used for packaging Patent (closures)            
8.1.epoksifenolnye varnishes Epichlorohydrin 0,100 -- 2 0,200 2
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Lead (Pb) 0,030 -- 2 -- --
  Xylene (mixture of
isomers)
-- 0,050 3 0,200 3
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  propyl 0,100 -- 4 0,300 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  isobutyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 4
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Ethylbenzene -- 0,010 4 0,020 3
8.2. phenol-oil varnishes Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 * 2
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Lead (Pb) 0,030 -- 2 -- --
8.3.belkovoustoychivye enamel paste containing zinc Epichlorohydrin 0,100 -- 2 0,200 2
  Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
  Zinc (Zn) 1,000 -- 3 -- --
  Lead (Pb) 0,030 -- 2 -- --
8.4. vinilorgan Nightingale Floor Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 * 2
  Acetaldehyde -- 0,200 4 0,010 3
  Phenol 0,050 -- 4 0,003 2
  Acetone 0,100 -- 3 0,350 4
  Vinyl acetate -- 0,200 2 0,150 3
  Vinyl chloride 0,010 -- 2 0,010 1
  Alcohols:          
  methyl 0,200 -- 2 0,500 3
  isopropyl 0,100 -- 4 0,600 3
  butyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 3
  isobutyl 0,500 -- 2 0,100 4
  Xylene (mixture of
isomers)
-- 0,050 3 0,200 3
  Lead (Pb) 0,030 -- 2 -- --
Extras should be determined using:            
aluminum powder for nail pigmentation Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
container made of aluminum, aluminum alloys, Aluminum (Al) 0,500 -- 2 -- --
9. Wood and articles of wood, cork, natural and compact            
Wood and articles of wood Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2
Natural and pressed cork Formaldehyde 0,100 -- 2 0,003 2

Note: The migration of hazardous substances emitted from the packaging (closures) made of composite materials studied only from the layer is not directly in contact with food, including baby food.

  • * - For all types of artificial membranes total protein amount of aldehydes (including formaldehyde) DCM - 0,8 mg / l.
  • ** - Paper and cardboard containing waste paper can only be used for packing have food with a moisture content of not more than 15%.
  • *** - DCM lead and cadmium for packaging made of glass, porcelain and earthenware ceramics are shown in Table 2.
  • **** - When evaluating materials and articles intended for packaging of baby foods for infants migration of chemical substances belonging to 1 2 hazard classes and is not permitted.
  • ***** - Study migration of harmful substances into the aquatic environment are conducted to model a package intended for the storage of products with more humidity 15%, to air model environment - for products with less humidity 15%.
  • ****** - Packing and closures manufactured from polymeric materials, and plastics on the basis of further change of the acid number is determined.

Table 2 Sanitation standards for lead and cadmium released from glass, porcelain and earthenware and their products, ceramic products

Package Type

To be controlled

Unit

DCM

Packing up 1,1 l

cadmium

mg / l

0,5

lead

mg / l

2,0

Packing more 1,1 l

cadmium

mg / l

0,5

lead

mg / l

2,0

Table 3 Sanitation and safety performance standards for substances emitted from metals and alloys used for the manufacture of packaging (closures)

Name of product materialTo be controlledDKM, mg / lMPC, in drinking water, mg / lHazard Class *

1.Alyuminy primary

 

 

 

 

high purity

Aluminum (Al)

0,500

--

2

purity

Aluminum (Al)

0,500

--

2

 

Iron (Fe)

0,300

--

--

 

Silicon (Si)

--

10,000

2

 

Copper (Cu)

1,000

--

3

technical grade

Aluminum (Al)

0,500

--

2

 

Iron (Fe)

0,300

--

--

 

Silicon (Si)

--

10,000

2

 

Copper (Cu)

1,000

--

3

 

Zinc (Zn)

1,000

--

3

 

Titanium (Ti)

0,100

--

3

2.Splavy aluminum:

 

 

 

 

deformable

Aluminum (Al)

0,500

--

2

 

Manganese (Mn)

0,100

--

3

 

Iron (Fe)

0,300

--

--

 

Copper (Cu)

1,000

--

3

 

Zinc (Zn)

1,000

--

3

 

Titanium (Ti)

0,100

--

3

 

Vanadium (V)

0.100

--

3

Casting

Aluminum (Al)

0,500

--

2

 

Copper (Cu)

1,000

--

3

 

Silicon (Si)

--

10,000

2

 

Manganese (Mn)

0,100

--

3

 

Zinc (Zn)

1,000

--

3

 

Titanium (Ti)

0,100

--

3

3. All types of steel, including carbon steel quality, chrome hrommargantsevuyu

Iron (Fe)

0,300

--

--

 

Manganese (Mn)

0,100

--

3

 

Chromium (Cr 3 +)

28summmarno
0,100

--

3

 

Chromium (Cr 6 +)

28summmarno
0,100

--

3

3.1. For other types of steel should further define:

       

carbon, low-alloy steels

Nickel (Ni)

0,100

--

3

 

Copper (Cu)

1,000

--

3

hromokremnistaya

Silicon (Si)

--

10,000

2

Chrome

Nickel (Ni)

0,100

--

3

 

Copper (Cu)

1,000

--

3

Chrome-margantsevotitanovaya

Titanium (Ti)

0,100

--

3

kremnemargantsevaya and hromkrem nemargantsevaya

Silicon (Si)

--

10,00

2

chromium-molybdenum

Molybdenum (Mo)

0,250

--

2

hromonikelevolframovaya and hromonikelemolibdenovaya

Nickel (Ni)

0,100

--

3

 

Tungsten (W)

0,050

--

2

 

Molybdenum (Mo) |

0,250

--

2

hrommolibdenalyuminievaya and hromovoalyuminievaya

Aluminum (Al)

0,500

--

2

 

Molybdenum (Mo) |

0,250

--

2

hromnikelevolframo vanadium

Nickel (Ni)

0,100

--

3

 

Vanadium (V)

0.100

--

3

 

Tungsten (W)

0,050

--

2

corrosion-resistant and heat-resistant, high-quality hot-rolled

Nickel (Ni)

0,100

--

3

low-alloy heat-resistant pearlitic

Nickel (Ni)

0,100

--

3

 

Molybdenum (Mo)

0,250

--

2

 

Vanadium (V)

0,100

--

3

 

Copper (Cu)

1,000

--

3

martensitic heat-resistant and

Nickel (Ni)

0,100

--

3

martensitic-ferritic grades

Molybdenum (Mo)

0,250

--

2

 

Vanadium (V)

0,100

--

3

 

Tungsten (W)

0,050

--

2

heat-resistant austenitic

Nickel (Ni)

0,100

--

3

 

Molybdenum (Mo)

0,250

--

2

 

Tungsten (W)

0,050

--

2

 

Niobium (Nb)

--

0,010

2

 

Titanium (Ti)

0,100

--

3

4. Solders based on lead alloys:

 

 

 

 

-Tin-lead

Tin (Sn)

--

2,000

3

 

Lead (Pb)

0,030

--

2

And alloys 5.Tsink

Zinc (Zn)

1,000

--

3

 

Lead (Pb)

0,030

--

2

 

Iron (Fe)

0,300

--

--

 

Cadmium (Cd)

0,001

--

2

 

Copper (Cu)

1,000

--

3

 

Aluminum (Al)

0,500

--

2

 

Chromium (Cr 3 +)

total

--

3

 

Chromium (Cr 6 +)

0,100

--

3

 

Molybdenum (Mo)

0,250

--

2

 

Manganese (Mn)

0,100

--

3

 

Vanadium (V)

0.100

--

3

 

Iron (Fe)

0,300

--

--

Appendix List 2 model media used in the study of packaging (closures)

Name of food products, for which the contact is designed packaging (closures) Modeling environment that mimic food products
Fresh meat and fish Distilled water, 0,3% lactic acid solution.
Meat and fish are salted and smoked Distilled water, 5% saline solution.
Milk, milk products and canned milk Distilled water, 0,3% lactic acid solution, 3,0% lactic acid solution.
Cooked sausage, canned food: meat, fish, vegetables, marinated and pickled vegetables, tomato paste, etc. Distilled water, 2% acetic acid solution containing 2% salt of chefs, refined sunflower oil.
Fruits, berries, fruit and vegetable juices, canned fruit and berry, soft drinks, beer. Distilled water, 2% citric acid solution.
Alcoholic beverages, wine Distilled water, 20% ethyl alcohol, 2% citric acid solution.
Vodka, brandy Distilled water, 40% ethyl alcohol solution.

Food alcohol, liqueurs, rum

Distilled water, 96% ethyl alcohol solution.

Note:

1. Packaging (closures) used in conditions other than those specified above, is treated at the maximum approach to modes of operation with some aggravation. 2. When investigating packaging (sealing means) of plastics containing nitrogen and aldehydes in the environment used as model 0,3% and 3% citric acid solution instead of one of lactic acid.

3. In the study of packaging (closures) for fish canned in its own juice as a model environment used only distilled water.

4. For the determination of lead and cadmium from the packaging (closures) of glass, ceramics, porcelain and earthenware as a model environment used 4% acetic acid solution

Modeling duration of contact packaging (closures) with model environments

The contact packaging (closures) with a model environment is set depending on the operating conditions of her with some aggravation:

a) If the time of the alleged contact with food packaging (closures) does not exceed 10 minutes exposure in the study-2 hours;
b) if the time of contact with the food product packaging (closures) does not exceed 2 hours exposure in the study - 1 day;
c) if the time of contact with the food packaging (closures) is from before 2 48 hours exposure in the study - 3 days;
d) if the time of contact with the food packaging (closures) over 2 days exposure in the study - 10 days;
d) Metal cans coated with lacquer filled model environment hermetically seamed, autoclaved for one hour and left at room temperature for 10 days;
e) the packaging (sealing means), intended for contact with food to be sterilized, is filled with modeling environments, sealed and autoclaved for 2 hours and then left 10 days at room temperature.

Temperature conditions in the study of packaging (closures)

a) Packaging (closures) intended for contact with food products at ambient temperature, poured modeling environments and room temperature is maintained within the above time;
b) packaging (closures) intended for contact with hot food products, poured heated to 800S model medium and then maintained at room temperature during the above time;
c) packaging (closures) are designed for packing food hot (clarified butter, hard and processed cheeses, etc.) poured heated to 800S model medium and then maintained at room temperature during the above time.

Appendix 3 numeric, alpha (abbreviation) designation of the material from which the manufactured packaging (closures)

Уthe investment material Бukvennoe designation* Digital code
Plastic    
Polyethylene terephthalate PET 1
HDPE HDPE 2
Polyvinylchloride PVC 3
Low-density polyethylene LDPE 4
Polypropylene RR 5
Polystyrene PS 6
Availability   7-19
БUmaga and cardboard    
Corrugated cardboard PAP 20
Another cardboard PAP 21
Paper PAP 22
Availability   23-39
Meтally    
Steel FE 40
Aluminum ALU 41
Availability   42-49
Drevesina and drevesnye Materials    
Tree FOR 50
Probka FOR 51
Availability   52-59
Textile    
Cotton TEX 60
Džut TEX 61
Availability   62-69
Glass    
Bescvetnoe acquired GL 70
Zelenoe acquired GL 71
Koričnevoe acquired GL 72
Availability   73-79
Kombinirovannye Materials **    
BUMAG card and / različnye Materials     80
BUMAG and cardboard / plastic   81
BUMAG and cardboard / aluminum   82
BUMAG card and / Bela Zest   83
BUMAG and cardboard / plastic / aluminum     84
BUMAG and cardboard / plastic / aluminum / Bela Zest     85
Availability   86-89
Plastic / Aluminum   90
Plastic / Bela Zest   91
Plastic / različnye metally   92
Availability   93-94
Acquired / Plastic   95
Acquired / aluminum   96
Acquired / Bela Zest   97
Acquired / različnye metally   98
Availability   99-100

* Ispolʹzuûtsâ Tolka zaglavnye bukvy.

** Markiruûtsâ sleduûŝim cheek: latinskaâ beech S and Drobo Cerezo - oboznačenie basic material compositions made v (usual, for example C / ALU).

APPROVED
Decision of the Commission of the Customs Union
from August 16 2011 of № 769

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