|Number of pages||12|
|Committee||Gebruiksartikelen in contact met levensmiddelen|
Describes a substitute procedure for the determination of overall migration into olive oil from articles which are intended to come into contact with foodstuffs at elevated temperatures from 100 °C up to and including 175 °C. In order to circumvent a number of analytical difficulties caused by the food simulant olive oil at high temperatures the mass of components adsorbed on modified polyphenylene oxide (MPPO) is taken as a measure for the assessment of the overall migration into olive oil.The described method is most suitable for food contact articles in the form of sheets and films, but can also be applied to a wide range of articles and containers. The method has been used on plastic cookware and trays for microwave as well as conventional oven heating, and plastics sheets and films as well as laminated and coated papers and cartons at temperatures up to 175 °C.
|Dutch title||Materialen en artikelen in contact met voedingsmiddelen - Kunststoffen - Deel 13: Beproevingsmethode voor de totale migratie bij hoge temperaturen|
|English title||Materials and articles in contact with foodstuffs - Plastics - Part 13: Test method for overall migration at high temperatures|
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