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How do create a good printing sample for migration

How do create a good printing sample for migration

Additional Information for migration analysis

Establishing appropriate printing sample and dealing with them, are crucial for a meaningful migration analysis.
Certain conditions must be met, because it is not possible to do a rational analysis with any sample.

The following samples are generally required for the analysis :

Original substrate unprinted (blank)
printed substrate

The sample should have a minimum size of 22 x 22 cm (or 3 patterns a 11 cm x 11 cm for a multiple determination), and have sufficient ink coverage.
Furthermore, the samples should be wrapped in aluminum foil immediately after its creation. Do not bent and / or crumple the samples .

Packaging (roll to roll)
In this case, the patterns are to be wound separately on a sleeve . Again, the samples must be wrap in aluminum foil.

Label Printing
The labels should (each 3 pattern printed and unprinted ) with a minimum size of 11 cm x 11 cm and have have adequate coverage .

We recommend (if possible) to send the empty original container to which the label will be applied.

Molding pressure
When creating samples for analysis in the field of molding pressure
(e.g. yoghurt pots ) the cups should packed in a stack of 20 and put in aluminium foil.

Cardboard recycling :

Please check with your customers , ifs recycled cardboard was used for food packaging.

Important: The laboratory must be informed about the kind of food, which will be packed in the beverage. This is important for the correct election of food stimulant.