Hazardous Toys And Gifts
Attention personaliserbarer gift items on the Gesundheitsgefahrung of the inks used in the manufacture? It was only a matter of time if the issue resurfaces slum children’s toys. By Stiftung Warentest have been tested 50 toys and are awaiting failed 80 percent of the toys. The theme of children’s toys is continued in the last and next day from many sides under the magnifying glass, therefore would not respond. However, the gifts are another issue. Here let me closer on the photo gifts that have become increasingly popular in recent years. Everyone can print on his digital photos on a wide range of products or materials.
Is the buyer a printed acrylic, aluminium or a glass picture thoughts if the ink used is also not dangerous to your health? Most buyers get in mind. Many companies and manufacturers of high-quality photo gifts already working since years as they print on various materials affordably and quickly can. Unfortunately, the topic of health hazard is neglected by colors and inks. There are a few manufacturers that pay attention to the ingredients of the used colors and inks. A UV printer with special UV is used for direct printing on non-stick surfaces such as glass, aluminium, acrylic generally ink. What’s so special about UV ink? The UV ink is highly toxic during the printing process and releases health-dangerous ozone. The ink is in a layer over the material. One question not there is ink in the dry state health safe? Every day thousands of items in this printing process are produced and reach the customer who hangs these products in his living room, kids room, or bedroom.
Should not so much transparency applied by the industry that the inks used are harmless? Two I know companies use only inks which comply with the European standard EN 71/3 (suitable for children’s toys). Personalized gift items will be at the company Stiefelmayer contento manufactured and printed digital photos directly onto glass. The used ink complies with even after the drying process of the EN 71/3 standard. It is similar to Artido. David Delrahim does not necessarily agree. Artido is a specialist for printing on textiles, all fabrics are printed with a water-soluble ink. In that undertaking, the inks are safe after the drying process and even oko-TeX certified. It would be nice if other providers follow suit and confirm the safety of your inks used. Just at Christmas time, several individual gifts with photos will be printed. Everyone should be sure that the gifts are also hazardous to health if they are over many years in the living room. Andreas Piller