Non-metallic handle cutlery

  Kitchen supplies are closely related to people's daily life, but in fact, they are likely to contain chemicals that are harmful to the human body, which are transferred during the contact process of food, thus endangering human health. At present, many countries in Europe and the United States have issued strict food hygiene laws and regulations, so products exported to these countries that come into contact with food must strictly comply with the requirements of these regulations.

  Scope of testing products:

  Bamboo and wood tableware. This kind of tableware itself is not toxic, but it is easily contaminated by microorganisms, so it should be cleaned when used. Painted bamboo and wood tableware is harmful to the human body and has carcinogenic effects.

  Paper cutlery. It is a disposable tableware made of special paper, which can be thrown away after use without spreading diseases. However, thrown away paper tableware can pollute the environment. If burned as garbage, it can produce a carcinogen called dioxin.

  Plastic cutlery. It has strong water resistance, but contains vinyl chloride carcinogens, and long-term use can induce cancer. At present, experts are trying to reduce the production cost of non-toxic plastics, so that non-toxic plastic products are rapidly popularized.

  Glass tableware. Glass tableware is clean and hygienic, but sometimes "mold" is caused by long-term water erosion, and the sodium silicate in the glass reacts with carbon dioxide in the air to form white sodium carbonate crystals. Generally, mildew can be removed after washing with soap and other alkaline substances.

  Ceramic tableware. This kind of tableware has beautiful appearance and crisp texture. It is generally believed that ceramic tableware is safe and harmless, but the color material of ceramic tableware contains toxic substances such as lead. According to relevant information, the amount of lead in ceramic tableware is related to the process of firing ceramics. Ceramic tableware with colorful patterns consists of three parts: blank, glaze and color. Because the color contains heavy metals, if the baking temperature is not appropriate, it is possible that lead, arsenic, cadmium, etc. may be dissolved out and harmful to the human body. But generally the patterns of these tableware are on the outer wall, so don't worry about this.

  Iron tableware. Iron participates in the synthesis of hemoglobin in the human body and is an indispensable trace element in the human body. Therefore, the use of iron tableware is beneficial to health. But rusty iron tableware cannot be used, it can cause vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite and other digestive tract diseases.

  Lead tableware. Lead tableware is often used, which is prone to lead poisoning. The symptoms are dizziness, fatigue, memory loss, abdominal pain, constipation, joint pain, and sometimes sweetness in the mouth.

  Aluminum tableware. Lightweight, durable, inexpensive and good in quality. However, excessive accumulation of aluminum in the human body can cause arteriosclerosis, osteoporosis and dementia in the elderly.

  Stainless steel cutlery. This kind of tableware has the characteristics of corrosion resistance and high temperature resistance, but it will rust when it is stained by acidic substances or polished with sandpaper, fine sand and other hard objects. Before use, if you apply a vegetable oil film on the surface of stainless steel tableware and bake it on fire, you can prevent it from rusting and prolong its service life.

  Enamel tableware. Enamel products are generally non-toxic, but this type of tableware is made of iron as a material and coated with enamel. The enamel contains lead compounds such as lead silicate, which can be harmful to the human body if it is not processed properly.

  Copper tableware. An adult contains about 80 grams of copper. If it is lacking, it will suffer from arthritis and orthopedic diseases. The use of copper tableware can supplement the body's copper content. The disadvantage of copper tableware is that after rusting, it will produce "patina". Both patina and blue vitriol are toxic substances, which can cause nausea, vomiting and even serious poisoning accidents. Therefore, tableware with patina cannot be used.

  Gold tableware. The gold tableware looks gorgeous and beautiful. When used, a small amount of gold powder on the gold tableware is often rubbed into the food and enters the human body, which can calm the nerves, strengthen the bones, improve the five internal organs, and dispel cold and cough.

  Magnetic tableware. The use of a magnetic meal has a health care function, so this tableware is very popular.

  Test item category:

  Materials and Their Applications




  Alignment, Uniformity and Absence of Defects

  Hollow Handl

  Knife Edges

  Sprung Fork Guards

  Silver-plated Cutlery

  Plated Surface

  Average Thickness

  Local Thickness

  Performance Requirements

  Resistance to Corrosion


  Knives with Martensitic Stainless Steel Blades and Carving Forks

  Spoons, Forks, Ladles and Unsharpened Knives

  Firmness of Handle Attachment

  For Dishwasher Grade

  For Non-dishwasher Grade

  Hardness of Knife Blades

  Knife Blades

  Sharpening Steels

  Adhesion of Silver Coatings

  Resistance to Dropping

  Resistance of Plastics Handles to Softening at Elevated Temperatures

  Resistance of Plastic Handles to Environment Stress Cracking

  Resistance of Handles to Discoloration

  Discoloration by Light

  Discoloration in Detergent Solution

  Resistance of Handles Other Than Ceramic or Glass to Distortion in Hot Water

  Resistance of Ceramic and Glass Handles to Cracking

  Marking and Labelling

  Corresponding regulations:

  U.S. FDA Regulations

  Italian regulations DECREE 21-03-1973

  French regulations DGCCRF 2004-64

  Japan Food Sanitation Regulation

  China National Food Hygiene Standard GB

  British specification for tableware with non-metallic handles BS 5577:1999

  German Food and Commodity Law LFGB (formerly known as LMBG), German Commodity Regulations, German Federal Risk Assessment Agency (BfR)

  European Union Directive 2002/72/EC, BS EN ISO 8442, EN 12983-1:2000 cookware test, EN 13750: 2002 standard, BS EN 13834:2007 ovenware test, ceramic DD CEN/TS 12983-2:2005 test, BS 3193:2008 glassware test, EN 1183:1997 standard test

  In addition to the above standard tests, we can also provide personalized product safety and functional testing services according to customer requirements.

 § Technical test / functional test

– Environmental characteristics

– Performance test (bottom cavity, internal wear test, heat resistance test, and dishwasher test)

– Safety test (handle test)

– Wear resistance test of inner coating

(For kitchen appliances with inner coating)

§ Maneuverability test

§ Kitchenware analysis and testing

-Comprehensive (comprehensive) chemical and physical performance test

-Lead and cadmium release

– Heavy metal migration

– Silicone material testing

– Organic coating test

– Sensory evaluation

– Testing of accessories, such as gloves, spatulas, racks, etc.