STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is a worldwide, consistent, independent testing and certification system for raw materials, semi-finished and finished textiles used at all stages of the manufacturing process for the consumables and additives used in them. Products that can be certified include raw, dyed yarn, woven and knitted fabrics, accessories such as buttons, zippers, sewing threads or labels, various types of finished products (all kinds of clothing, household and household items), textiles, bedding, terry towels articles and much more).
The use of chemicals materials, determines chemical norms for such materials as azo dyes, formaldehyde, pentachlorophenol, cadmium, nickel and others.
Many harmful chemicals, even if they are not yet regulated.
(Requirements of European Chemicals Regulation REACh Annexes XVII and XIV and ECHA SVHC Candidate Lists insofar as they are appreciated by the OEKO-TEX® Expert Groups on Fabrics, Textiles, Apparel or Accessories. Discussions and developments were considered significantly faster and more efficient when upgrading the STANDARD 100 to OEKO-TEX® requirements.
U.S. Lead Product Safety Requirements (CPSIA) requirements.
Numerous classes of environmentally relevant materials. - direct translation).
AITEX is the official representative of OEKO-TEX® in Lithuania. AITEX (Textile Industry Research Association) is a private research institute that researches and certifies various textiles and products. Its customers are from a wide range of market segments: manufacturers of interior design, fashion, workwear, healthcare, sports and leisure wear, manufacturers of products for land and sea transport, aerospace and sports infrastructure.
The Institute follows cutting-edge innovation and applies state-of-the-art technology, is constantly engaged in research and otherwise contributes to the development of the textile industry. The products being tested are endeavored to provide the most appropriate certification that will allow them to compete successfully in the international marketplace and facilitate penetration into niche luxury markets.
The seller must use the Oeko-tex numbered badge as provided by the Oeko-tex company as they cannot be altered by themselves. The badge contains a QR code which, when scanned, takes you to the description of the certificate and proof of its validity.
Nostra is certified by Swerea / Rise IVF
Nostra OEKO-TEX Certificates:
Oeko-Tex standard 100 class I (for fabrics used for children under 3 years old), no. SE 10-198.
Oeko-Tex standard 100 class II (for fabrics used for adults), no. SE 09-1762.
Oeko-Tex standard 100 class I (for products for children under 3 years old), no. SE 14-198.
Oeko-Tex standard 100 class II (for products for adults), no. SE 16-198.