'1’1e(: :leIe‘ -fl"tee. °.itr1n g Institute H E I '
GFTIDH & CO. KG Schloss Hohensteln'7«135‘I Boenolythelm - Germany
Institute: of the lnternit; onolassoci. ,it. on1oI ii». --, .eari: h and Testing l= i th-.1 Field O11-: K( Ecology
Parnu Road 50
86703 Sindi, ESTONIA
is granted authorisation according to Oeko-Tex" Standard 103 to use the
Oeko-Tex"‘ mark, based on our test report 1-i. O.42252
‘i'estec1 for hcirmful SU1)Sii'Cll‘lCeS
according to Oeko-Tex@ Standard 100
for the following articles,
Knitted fabrics made at 100 °/ . cotton. cotton blended with polyester
andlor elastane as well as viscosclelastane, viscose(bamboo)Ielastane,
washed. bleached, disperse and reactive dyed, produced by using
materials certiﬁed according to Ocko-Tex” Standard 100.
The results of the inspection made according to Oeko-Tex" Standard 100,
product class I have shown that the above mentioned goods meet the
human-ecological requirements of the standard presently established for
The certiﬁed articles fulﬁl the requirements of Annex XVII of REACH (incl.
the use of azo-dyes, nickel, etc. ) as well as the American requrement
regarding total content of lead in children's articles (CPSIA. with the
exception of accessories made from glass)
The holder of the certiﬁcate. who has issued a conformity declaration
according to ISO 17050-1. is under an obligation to use the Oeko-Tex“ mark
only in conjunction with products that conform with the sample initially
tested. The conformity is verified by audits.
This authorisation is valid until 28.02.2015
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Prof. Dr. Stefan Mecheels Dipl. -lng. (FH) E’: -:. abeth Weisneit
Mdﬁuglﬁg Director Head of Test Centre
O». -Ko-Tex Standard 100