Introduction of the Chemical laboratory

1、Brief introduction

Anbotek chemical laboratory has equipped with the world's leading chemical analysis instruments and modern equipments manufactured by America, Japan and Switzerland, with experienced professional and technical team. It’s established according to ISO/IEC 17025 laboratory quality assurance system, can provide Professional RoHS testing, REACH testing, MSDS assessment services, halogen free test, PAHs, DMF, inspection, toys, phthalic acid ester testing, WEEE services, PoHS detection, food contact materials testing, cosmetic inspection, textiles, leather and shoe material test, feed testing, metal and nonmetal material composition analysis and other services.



2、Testing Items

Electronics test
Toy/ Children products test
Daily consumables test
Textile/Footwear/Leather product test
Furniture test
Food /Food Contact Material test
Cosmetic test
Fodder test
Packing material test
Battery test
Material analysis
Vehicle Business Division



Anbotek is a large-scale comprehensive testing organization with service branches around the country. The headquarter is located in Shenzhen China, with subsidiaries in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Dongguan and Hong Kong.
Anbotek has a solid technical foundation and excellent research tradition, in strict compliance with international standards IEC 17025 and IEC 17020 standard management, and has a large number of highly skilled, experienced and highly qualified professional team, along with the efficient market-operating mechanism, is able to maintain long-term rapid development.


4、 Details of Test Items

4.1 Electronics Tests
4.1.1 ROHS
First revised edition
On December 3 2008, EU published WEEE directive (2002/96/EC) and RoHS directive (2002/95/EC). This includes:
1 Change of law terms, clearing the range and definitions of directives;
2 Included EC mark and EC declaration;
3 Put medical equipments, control and monitoring equipments into RoHS directive region gradually;
* General purpose medical equipments for testing and monitoring (effective January 1 2014)
* External body detection medical equipment (effective January 1 2016)
* Active implantable medical devices (2020 review for whether include in control range)
* Industrial control equipment (effective January 1 2017)
4 In new appendix III, materials of preference are listed, using REACH 
regulations.Materials may be included in the control range are following:

Second revised edition
 After the first revision, a lot of people paid attention to the discussion. After gathering information, EU published the second revision on September 3 2009, extending to all E&E products (except for weapon, military supply and devices that designed that do not fall in to the range of RoHS and not to be sold on relevant market.) The original list is forfeited. The exemption for 20 kinds of medical devices remains the same, and 8 new kinds added.

RoHS testing items:

RoHS testing items:

Detail content

Heavy Metals

 Cd, Pb, Hg, Cr6+ and its compounds

Brominated Organic Compounds






4.1.2 China ROHS
China RoHS officially known as Administrative Measure on the Control of Pollution Caused by Electronic Information Products (the "Administrative Measure"), which became effective on March 1, 2007. It restricts hazardous substances (mercury, lead, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, PBB and PBDE) in Electronic Information Products placed in China market.
China RoHS is implemented in a two-step process:
Step One: As of March 1, 2007, Electronic information products placed in China market should make self declaration through the means specified in “Marking for control of pollution caused by electronic information products” according to the “Administrative Measure”.
 Step Two: At a later date, Electronic Information Products will be listed in “the Catalogue of Electronic Information Products for Key Pollution Control” according to the “Administrative Measure”, which will be strictly restricted on the use of hazardous substances and required China Compulsory Certification (CCC). 

4.1.3 SVHC
As the regulation constantly updates, there will be more harmful substances to be included in SVHC candidate list. EU strictly controls SVHC, which certainly will raise the export cost of home appliance, textile, toy and other industry. The notification of SVHC has become a obligation of exporters to certify the safety of their products. Therefore, with the impending requirement for the notification of SVHC, the relevant enterprises need to strengthen response to it. 
Since the establishment of REACH by EU in 2007, SVHC list keeps on updating. Related materials have wide influence in the product and processing methods in industries including mechanical, automobile, chemical engineering, civil engineering. To on December 17, 2014, the SVHC list item add to 161.

4.1.4 Phthalate Testing
The EU began restricting phthalates in consumer products on December 14, 2005.  Initially under directive 2005/84/EC, and later incorporated into Annex 17 of REACH, phthalates are tested using GC-MS according to test method EPA3540C.  Anbotek tests for the following phthalates:
Di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP)
Dibutyl phthalate (DBP)
Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP)
Di-isononyl phthalate (DINP)
Di-isodecyl phthalate (DIDP)
Di-n-octyl phthalate (DNOP)

4.1.5 Norway PoHS Detection
PoHS regulation was scheduled to be entered into force on January 1, 2008, but it has been delayed because no consensus has yet been reached on many issues. In August 2008, after Norway SFT reviewed many comments, the restriction on chemicals form the initial proposal has been reduced from 18 to 10 substances. Some changes in the limit values and the extent of exemptions for the ten substances where it has been deemed possible to ensure necessary protection of health and environment have been proposed. 

















Middle-chain chlorinated Paraffins



Musk xylene



Perfluorooctane acid



Bisphenol A








4.1.6 PFOA
PFOA and its salt, including home appliance surface treatment (anti-oil), convenient food package etc, are susceptible to be as hazardous as PFOS. EU parliament has made restrictions on PFOS and PFOA, asking to look for substitute material or method. The potential hazard has also arisen attention of FDA and PFOA has been listed in state of California as carcinogenic material.

On 27 December 2006, the European Parliament and the Council published directive restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations (perfluorooctane sulfonates) (2006/122/EC). The directive was effective immediately.
Member States shall adopt and publish, not later than 27 December 2007, the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive;
■ All member state shall apply these measures from 27 June 2008;
■ Fire-fighting foams that have been placed on the market before 27 December 2006 can be used until 27 June 2011;
■ Not later than 27 December 2008 Member States shall establish and communicate to the Commission an inventory that covers processes that are subject to derogation in electroplating industryand the amounts of PFOS used in and released from them, and existing stocks of fire-fighting foams containing PFOS. 

Perfluoroctane sulfonates were initially restricted in Europe through directive 2006/122/EC before being incorporated in Annex 17 of REACH.  LC-MS-MS is used to identify the presence and quantities of PFOS in consumer products.

4.1.7 Halogen Testing
Halogen products currently used mainly for flame retardant halogen compounds, such as PBB, PBDE, TBBP-A, PCB, HBCCD, SCCP.
Anbotek uses Ion Chromatography to determine levels of chlorine, bromine, iodine, and fluorine.  Many industries are restricting halogens in their products due to concerns over their ozone-depleting properties as well as other environmental hazards. Though halogens are commonly used in products for their flame retardant qualities, many companies strive to render their products halogen-free.

4.1.8 PAHS
In view of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) posing a risk to human health and animal and plant, AtAV Committee of Central Experience Exchange Office of German Security Technology Certification Center (ZLS) requests that PAHs testing shall be imposed to GS Mark Certification. Other countries and regions have restricted PAHs content by the written law or decree, such as: EU 76/769/EEC; the U.S. EPA; Chinese GB, GB / T, GHZ.
Central Experience Exchange Office (ZEK) AtAV Committee under German Safety Technology Certification Center (ZLS) passed decision (See No. ZEK 01-08 Document posted on ZLS’ official website) on November 20th, 2007, requiring PAHs testing to be mandatorily incorporated into GS Mark certification as from April 1st, 2008 when all GS Mark certification bodies started testing PAHs items.
Mandatory PAHs testing for German GS certification
Although pervious PAHs testing were voluntary, not part of GS certification, there are two recalls in Germany: first, substances found in the wires, chassis and handle in grinding machine; second, PAHs compounds found in non-slip plastic layer of hammer. After the establishment of new regulation, products that do not pass PAHs testing will not obtain GS certification and cannot be sold in Germany.
PAHs limitation criteria:
PAHs limit values for consumer goods (food contact material, materials which may be put into mouth, toys and children care products) follows:


Category 1

Category 2

Category 3

Materials intended to be put in the mouth or materials of toys for long-term skin contact ( longer than 30 seconds )

Materials not covered by category 1, with foreseeable skin contact for long-term ( longer than 30 seconds ) or repeated skin contact for short-term

Materials not covered by category 1 or 2, with foreseeable skin contact for short term (less than 30 seconds)

Toys Range in 2009/48/EC

other classified products

Toys Range in 2009/48/EC

other classified products


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Acenaphthylene, Acenaphthene, Fluorene, Phenanthrene, Pyrene, Anthracene,

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18 PAHs SUMs

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4.1.9 WEEE
From August 2005 the EU begun to implementation of the "Directive on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment" (WEEE). In this early in the 2003 Act had been in force regulations, manufacturers (including importers and distributors) must pay for their own retirement products bear the responsibility for cost recovery in the legal sense. With the deepening of the implementation of the EU RoHS and WEEE directives, domestic and international importers and distributors for the concrete implementation of the WEEE Directive increasingly urgent demand.

China as a large toy manufacturing and exporting country has a good sales history around the world. However some of the “made in China” toys were recalled occasionally, so people wonder why this happened. Because the quality of toy directly related to children health, all countries and organizations set up different safety regulations for toys, with frequent updates. Such as international ISO 8124 standard, EU 88/378/EEC directive and EN-71 standard, US ASTM F963 standard, Japan ST2002 standard, China GB6675-2003 national compulsory standard effective since October 1 2004.
The quality of toy products, in the fierce international toy market competition, will directly influence the sales of china toy in the market at home and abroad. So domestic toy enterprises shall strengthen quality control and improve product safety and quality. Based on strong technical capability and good reputation, Anbotek could provide superior testing service for many kinds of the toys.

Toy testing items
■ Soluble heavy metal content testing (Lead Pb, cadmium Cd, chromium Cr, arsenic As, barium Ba, mercury Hg, selenium Se,antimony Sb etc) 
■ Physical and mechanical capability testing 
■ Flammability testing 
■ Chemical properties testing 
■ Poisonous element of package testing 
■ Content of phthalates 
■ Formaldehyde, plasticizer, azo
■ Plastic test, pigment test, accessory test 
■ Total lead 

Testing standards


EN 71


ISO8124/ IEC62115




EN 62115








ASTM F963-07










4.2.2Children Jewelry Test
1. Lead content
Children’s Jewelry Regulations of Canada
 2. Cadmium content
REACH annex XVII 17
 3. California Proposition 65
Lead content
Phthalate content
 4. Nickel release

4.2.3 Children care product testing
Soothers for babies and young children-EN1400
This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and labeling of soother holders. 
General safety requirements and product information and
Mechanical requirements and tests
Chemical requirements and tests
Migration of certain elements
N-Nitrosamines and N-Nitrosatables release for Vulcanized rubber/ Silicon rubber/ Thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) materials
Volatile compounds content for Silicone rubber
MBT release for Vulcanised rubber
Anti-oxidants release for Vulcanised rubber

 Soother holder-EN12586
This European Standard specifies requirements for materials to be used for the manufacture of the following drinking equipment: Re-usable feeding teats and drinking accessories; Reusable feeding bottles and drinking cups; Single-use feeding bottles, feeding teats, feeding bags and drinking accessories, which do not contain fluid when purchased.
Physical & Mechanical
Colour Fastness to Water (ISO 105-E01)
Colour Fastness to Perspiration (ISO 105-E01)
Migration of Certain Elements
Nickel Release

Child use and care articles and drinking equipment-EN14350
This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the materials, construction, packaging and labeling of soothers.
General and mechanical requirements and tests
Chemical requirements and tests
Migration of certain elements
N-Nitrosamines and N-Nitrosatables release for Vulcanized rubber/ Silicon rubber/ Thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) materials
Volatile compounds content for Silicone rubber
Bisphenol A release for Thermoplastics materials
MBT release for Vulcanised rubber
Anti-oxidants release for Vulcanised rubber

Cutlery and feeding utensil-EN14372
This European Standard specifies requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and labeling of cutlery and feeding utensils.
Physical & Mechanical test
Chemical requirements and tests
Migration of certain elements
Phthalate content for Thermoplastics
Bisphenol A release for Thermoplastics materials
Nickel release on metal part
Formaldehyde release for Thermosetting plastic or wood material
Volatile compounds content for Silicone rubber

Babies’ elastomeric feeding bottle teats-BS7368
This British Standard specifies requirements for materials, design, performance, packaging and marking for elastomeric teats for babies’ feeding bottles which are not cleft lip or cleft palate teats.
Physical & Mechanical test
Volatile compounds content for Silicone rubber

4.3.1Furniture Test
China is the world furniture production base, The Annual output is about $60 billion, About 70% of the products are sold in the domestic market, the rest are mainly exported to Europe and USA. It brings tribulation to furniture manufacturers due to the problem of product quality and increasing trade obstacles although the furniture production continued to grow, in order to get greater market share, enterprises must improve the quality of products to meet domestic and international laws, regulations and product standards.
According to the domestic and international laws, regulations and product standards, the furniture quality requirements including the appearance of quality, security, stability, durability, etc.
QB/T 2530-2001
Scope: Wooden cabinet
Items: Size tolerance, Size, Warping degree, Level degree, Vertical degree of adjoining side, Place difference degree, Droop, Material requirements, woodworking requirements, Coating requirements, Mark, Physical and chemical properties of surface decoration ( soft or hard material) or coating, Limit of harmful substance, Mechanical properties.

4.4.1 Textile test
Mandatory national standard <China National General Safety Standard> GB 18401-2003 came into effect since January 1 2005. Since then, disqualified clothing textiles can not be sold. According to Oeko-Tex Standard 100, GB18401, ASTM, ISO, AATCC, EN, JIS and other standards, Anbotek can provide related testing services.
pH Value
The pH value of human skin ranges between 4.5 and 6.0. During the aging process, human skin becomes less acidic and more vulnerable. Consequently, pH value of clothing affects consumers’ health.
Formaldehyde is used in textile as anti-shrinking, anti-creasing agent. This volatile compound is easy to release from the textiles, and causing damage to our health, especially to our respiratory system.


Extractable heavy metals











Heavy metals are absorbed by plants through soil, and introduced into the textiles in the finishing and dying process. Once absorbed by humans, heavy metals accumulate in organs. The highly accumulated heavy metals cause severe damage to one’s health. We use artificial perspiration to extract heavy metals and determine their content in textiles.

Azo / Allergenic / Carcinogenic Dyes
Dyes released from textiles can enter into the human organism. Azo is widely used in textiles and leathers, some of which are considered to be toxic when converted into aromatic amines. Disperse dye is minute and passes through human skin, which can be allergenic and/or carcinogenic.

Phthalates are commonly added into plastics and paintings as plasticizers. Research shows that some kinds of phthalates cause hazardous effects to young children.

Organic Tin Compounds
Organic Tin is used in inner material, gloves and baby-care products as an anti-microbial agent. High concentrations of organic tin may be absorbed through skin and affect the nervous system.

Color Fastness
Color Fastness is a basic requirement of textiles and is a reflection to quality. Not only does the fading of dye affect the apparel’s appearance, but also the dye may be absorbed. Color fastness regulated in Eco-Textile tests includes the color fastness to water, perspiration (acid / alkaline), rubbing (dry / wet) and saliva (for babies). Color fastness to saliva and to perspiration is of particular concern in baby’s apparel.

4.4.2 Footwear/Leather Product Testing
European Commission resolution No. 2009/563/EC issued on July 28, 2009 establishes new rules for EU’s footwear eco-label, and 2002/231/EC currently in force will become invalid on March 31st, 2010. These revised new rules emphasize that the covered footwear includes the fixed external sole touching the ground and the apparel for protecting or covering feet.
The new regulations aims at controlling the use of VOC and toxic residues, and also spreading to a wider range. For instance, suppliers need to make sure there is no hexavalent chromium in foodwear/leather products, by submitting EN ISO 17075 testing reports to prove it. Meanwhile, suppliers need to submit testing reports proving there is no arsenic cadmium and lead in products. Meanwhile, in footwear and textile components, the free formaldehyde must be as small as non-detectable, and shoe letter parts are no more than 150ppm.
For the usage of hazardous substances, the resolution banned the use of pentachlorophenol (PCP) and tetrachloro-phenol, aromatic amines and other 22 kinds of azo dyes in the list. In addition, the content of nitrosamines in the rubber must be small to non-detectable.
In addition, the resolution also contains provisions of the final product packaging. Cardboard boxes should use 100% recycled materials, plastic bags must contain at least 75% of recycle materials, or to be biodegradable or corruptible material. In addition, suppliers must also provide ways to protect the environment and how to get more information about the EU eco-labels.
Anbotek is equipped with cutting-edge technology and expert team in the field of footwear/leather product testing and can provide multidimensional one-stop testing services covering footwear and leather products by means of rich experience in this industry, including but not limited to:
Pesticides preservatives and dyeing carriers:such as chlorophenasic acid, 2, 3, 4, 6- tetrachlorophenol, 2, 4, 5- trichlorophenol, 2, 4- dichlorophenol, 2- chlorophenol, hexachlorobenzene, phenol, diphenol etc.
PH value
Heavy metals: such as Cr(VI), Pb, Cd, As, Cu, Cr, Co, Ni, Zn and Hg, etc
Phthalic acid ester
Organic tin compounds
Cancerogenic dyes

4.5 Food /Food Contact Material Test
4.5.1 Food Toxins Testing
Anbotek can do tests to detect poisoning substances such as heavy metals, nitrate, nitrite, acrylamide, aflatoxin ,Microbe  and others, while providing the latest detection techniques and methods. 


Testing items


Heavy metal

cadmium Cd, chromium Cr, lead Pb, arsenic As, mercury Hg, total heavy metal content


azotate, nitrite


aflatoxin M1, B2, G1, G2, vomitoxin, ochratoxin A, T-2 toxin, zearalenone, microcystin-LR

Other toxic and harmful substances

acrylamide, N-nitrosodimethylamine, diethylnitrosamine

Other pollutants

hexachlorobenzene, mercury alkyl

4.5.2 Food Contact Material Testing
Commodities contacting with food such as the kitchen, household supplies, food packaging materials, contain hazardous chemical substances which will migrate into the food, and will harm human health. For example, PFCs could enter food via anti-oil packaging, which may result in an increase of PFCs level up to 700 times of that of the FDA.China, the European Union and the United States and other countries have put the appropriate laws and regulations to prevent food contact materials endangering human health. As a partner to ensure your product quality, PONY TEST has carried out a comprehensive food-grade contact materials testing according to the requirements of EU / USA / South Korea and other countries. Following are food contacting materials stipulated by different countries as reference.
FCM products such as tableware, cookware, kitchen appliances, and food packaging should be tested to meet the various standards across the world.  Anbotek tests FCMs according to the following standards and for the corresponding materials:
EU Codes and Regulations

Steel/ stainless steel materials

Aluminum materials

Porcelain glaze

Cast iron materials with organic coating

Titanium materials

Wooden materials

Silicon materials

Rubber materials or no-stick cladding products

German Codes and Regulations LFGB 30&31

Polrvinyl chloride


Styrene copolymer

Teflon coating

General-purpose plastics


Wooden products


Ceramics/glass/ enamel


U.S Code of Federal Regulations CFR title 21

Olefin copolymer

Polyethylene glycol terephthalate


Ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer




Ceramics, glass, enamel

Resinous polymer coating

Rubber/silicon rubber

Styrene plastics

Paper/ paperboard



French Codes and Regulations DGCCRF 2004-64

Non-coated steel for packaging

Glass, crystal, glass ceramic -color ceramic glaze products

Aluminum and aluminum alloy


Ceramics, enamel



Steel and stainless steel

Glass, ceramic -color ceramic glaze products

Cast iron

4.6 Material analysis
According to GB,ASTM,ISO and other standards, we can undertakes a variety of materials and products (metals, semiconductors, insulators, polymers and biological materials), performance testing, qualitative and quantitative analysis of materials, structure analysis, chemical composition and elemental valence state analysis, the surface area and micro-morphology, mechanical properties and physic-chemical properties, a comprehensive analysis of samples of complex systems, and dozens of tests.
The main equipment used in inorganic material analysis are:

The most commonly analyzed metals by Anbotek are:
Stainless, structural, carbon, alloy, and die steels
Copper alloys
Alluminum alloys
Tin alloys
Nickel alloys
Magnesium alloy
Titanium alloy
Element of powder esting (lithium cobalt oxide, antimony trioxide, lead trioxide)
Element of welding solder testing (silver-based solder, copper-based solder)
Element of solder paste
The main plastics analyzed by Anbotek are:
polyethylene, polypropylene, PVC, polystyrene, polyurethane, polyamides, polyoxymethylene, polyphenylene sulfide, polycarbonate, polymethyl methacrylate, and polyethylene terephthalate.
Chloroprene, natural, styrene-butadiene, isobutyl, nitrile, and ethylene-propylene rubbers are the most common rubbers that undergo material analysis
Cotton, flax, wool, and other natural and synthetic fibers are assessed through material analysis.

4.7 Vehicle Business Division
4.7.1 VOC
The VOC regulations of our country
On March 1, 2008 shall be formulated by the state environmental protection administration led by the "HJ/T 400-400 car volatile organic compounds and aldehyde ketone material sampling method, the industry standard implementation;In 2011, the ministry and general administration of quality supervision, inspection and quarantine jointly issued "GB/T 27630-27630 passenger car air quality assessment guide national standards, and in March 1, 2012 formally implemented.
GB/T 27630-2011 is China's first national standards on air quality in passenger car, fill in the blank of in-car air quality top for a long time in our country, make the passenger car interior air quality on the market in our country finally laws.Standard is mainly suitable for sales of new cars, the use of the vehicle can also refer to use.
The quickening pace of cars into the family, the car interior air pollution problem has become a universal concern of all consumers.At present, the automobile association and other professional institutions of all countries formulate the relevant standards and requirements to limit the quality of air inside the vehicle, the world famous auto enterprise respectively establish their own enterprise standards to control the car air quality. Anbotek can provide you with professional Auto environmental testService.
Volatile Organic Compounds (Volatile Organic come, "VOC" for short) is an important reason of influencing interior air quality.VOC including alkanes, alkenes, aromatic hydrocarbons, aldehydes or ketones, such as material, have special excitant odour, and some have been listed as carcinogens, such as vinyl chloride, benzene, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, part of the VOC also have damage to the ozone layer, such as chlorofluorocarbons CFCS and hydrogen.
VOC concentration is too high, it is easy to cause acute poisoning, light person can appear have a headache, dizziness, cough, nausea, vomiting;Severe convulsions would appear, and will harm to people's liver, kidney, brain and nervous system.
Foreign medical research has proved that, environmental impact of pregnant women living in VOC, lead to fetal abnormalities probability is much higher than the average man, and has the potential effect on the mental development of children.

Auto parts VOC test

Japan's auto industry association

JASO M, 902-2007, car inner decoration volatile organic compounds (VOC) test method

Toyota motor corp.

TSM0508G VOC sample bag detection method


NES M0402 car interior parts test methods for volatile organic compounds


MES CF 090 automobile VOC detection method

Honda motor co.

0094 z - T0A - 0000 automobile VOC detection method

General motors (gm)

TS - BD - 003 car parts and components of volatile organic compounds test methods - bag method

Modern cars

MS300-55 automobile VOC test method


SES N 2403 volatile organic compounds control standards

Shanghai automotive

SMTC 5 400 400 (V1) car interior trim parts VOC test method (bag)

Great Wall motor

Q/CC SY248 inside nonmetal material components of volatile organic compounds and aldehyde ketones sampling method

Automobile VOC test material

The German car industry federation

VDA275 auto interior materials formaldehyde release a quantity to test


Send out the test of total carbon VDA277 car interior non-metallic materials


VDA278 pyrolysis inspiratory chromatography VOC emissions and FOG test


Odor characteristics measuring VDA270 car interior materials

The German society for standardization

DIN 75201 Auto interior materials atomization characteristics test

The American society for motor vehicle engineer

The SAE J1756 auto interior materials atomization characteristics test

General motors (gm)

GMW15634 car decoration materials of volatile and semi volatile organic compounds test method


Aldehyde ketone GMW15635 interior decoration material physical test method


Odor characteristics measuring GMW3205 car interior materials


GMW3235 auto interior materials atomization characteristics test


GMW8081 interior materials indoor emission test (static headspace GC - MS)


PV 3341 car interior nonmetallic material organic compounds emissions test


Components of PV 3900 car interior space smell detection


PV 3015 nonmetallic material determination of condensable components in decoration


PV 3925 auto interior materials formaldehyde release a quantity to test


4.7.2 ELV detection
At present, people focus on automotive product environmental protection enhanced obviously, reduce the damage to the environment of automobile products, protect environment and resources, has become a hot topic of the world auto industry.Anbotek can  provide you with professionalAuto environmental test.

China's auto production and sales enterprises begin to recycling utilization of registration and filing work, target for technical preparation for the implementation stage.Since 2010, our country automobile enterprises or general agent will be responsible for recycling the imported cars sales of auto products and packaging items.When the car in the design and manufacture to disable the toxic substances and damage the environment material, to reduce and eventually end the use of recycled materials and can't go againstCar environmental protectionMaterials, restrict the use of Cr(VI), Pb, Cd,Hg,PBB&PBDE  and other harmful substances. 
On July 1, 2003 cars on the market to ensure that does not contain  Cr(VI), Pb, Cd,Hg,PBB&PBDE disable components in all parts and materials 

4.7.3 Auto Parts Testing
Auto Exterior Trim Testing
The appearance of exterior trim has an important bearing on people’s first impression of an automobile. Exterior trims are also responsible for defending the impact that the environment has on the automobile. The VBD of Anbotek provides inspection on the strength, tenacity, environment resistance and impact resistance properties.

Applied Products

Test Scope

Front and Rear Bumper

Mechanic Test

Automobile body skirt

Coating/Platting Thickness

Radiator Grille

Adhesion Test

Foot Rest

Abrasion Resistance

Body Side Moulding

Chemical Resistance


High-Low Temperature Test

Rubbing Strip

QUV/Xenon-arc Exposure

Weather Stripping

Dust and Rain Resistance

Ventilation Grille

Stone-Shock Resistance



Back Mirror Shell




Auto Interior Trim Testing
Interior trims require brilliant performance on feel and visual sensibility.

Applied Products

Test Scope

Instrument panel

Heavy Metal Test

Door trim

VOC test


Flammability Test

Steering Wheel

Combustion Smoke and Dust Test


Temperature Cycling

Engine Shield/Carpets

High-Low Temperature Impact

Sun Visor

QUV/Xenon-arc Exposure

Door Handle

Shock, Tensile and Compression Test Under Different Environment

Threshold Trim

Rain Water Test

Air-Conditioning Outlet

Dust Test

Pillar Trim

Blow Angle and Leakage Test of Air Outlets

Storage Box

Mildew Environment Test

Window Lifter Button and Other Buttons

Assembly Force Test



Functional Parts Testing
A series of functional parts are used in support, energy absorption or auxiliary actions to fulfill the utility and convenience of an automobile. Anbotek can not only provide ordinary tests of most functional parts but also fulfill your personalized test requirements with our self-developed or reequipped instruments.

Applied Products

Test Scope

Door Cover Lock

Mechanical Test

Door Hinge

Metallographic Analysis

Door Check

Non-Destructive Testing

Window Lifter

Fatigue Test

Lateral Window Frost Prevention

Deformation Test

Air Conditioner

High-Low Temperature Test

Oil Tank/Oil Tube

Pressure Blast Test

Gear Plate

Leak Test

Warm Air Control Panel


Operation Knob


Light Block








Auto Electrical and Electronic Equipment Testing
The high-integration of electronics in an automobile serves not only in transport but also in functions such as entertainment, communication and navigation. The Vehicle Business Division of Anbotek  tests electromagnetic compatibility, environmental reliability, and functional properties of electronic equipment.

Applied Products

Test Scope

Back-Draft Radar

Electromagnetic compatibility (10manechoic chamber)


Temperature Rise Test

Electric Relay

Insertion force test


The Stability of Auto Electronics Under Dust, Rain, Acid Mist and Mildew Stain

Windscreen Washer

Shock, Resonant Point Searching, Vibration Durability and Vibration Test Under different temperatures and humidity

Spark Plug/Ignition Coil

Functional Test

Car Audio and Video Electronic System

Temperature, Voltage, electricity test under normal operation condition

GPS Navigator

Loading Limit and Working Life

Cigar Lighter

Work Noise Test

Wire Connectors

Breakdown Voltage/Dielectric Constants

Chassis Parts Testing
Chassis Parts including transmission and braking support the whole vehicle and provide the power source.  The VBD provides meticulous and comprehensive inspection on various chassis parts.

Applied Products

Test Scope


Dimension Measurement

Storage Battery

Material Performance Test

Fuel/Engine Oil/ Air Filter

Vibration Test

Fuel Tube/Brake Tube

Metallographic Analysis

Fuel Pump/Water Pump

Non-destructive Testing

Water Tank

Surface Treatment

Air-Conditioner Compressor

High-Low Temperature Test

Air Cylinder

Chemical Resistance

Steering Shaft/Steering Column

Fatigue Test

Clutch /Clutch Spring


Air-Conditioning Evaporator




Shock Absorber


Fan Assembly




Gear Box


Tire Testing
Tires and suspensions work together to absorb shock in automobiles.


Test Scope

Dimension/Depth-Wide Ratio


Driving Test

Tread Wear Test

Static Load Test  

4.8 Packing Material Test
The packing instructions
The eu packaging directive 94/62 / EC, the revised directive 2004/12 / EC
The packaging regulations: CONEG
Scope of application:
Recycling and regeneration requirements:
On February 11, 2004 the European Union issued an amendment to the 94/62 / EC 94/62 / EC, which regulates the overall recovery rate 60%, recycle rate was 55%.Additional provisions specific recirculation rate: 60% glass, paper and cardboard 60% 60% 60% 60%, metal, plastic, wood.
Heavy metal requirements: Cr6++  Pb+  Cd +  Hg < 100 PPM.
The United States CONEG packaging regulations and the European Union packaging directive 94/62 / EC, requirements for heavy metals is alsoCr6++  Pb+  Cd +  Hg < 100 PPM

4.9 Battery Test  
On May 2, 2006, the commission through the draft new battery order no. 98, the same year on September 6, new battery directive 2006/66 / EC.Requires member states to September 26th in 2008, the new battery instructions into domestic legislation.
1. Instruction: the purpose of the directive aims to reduce harmful batteries and battery production, improve the old batteries and battery recycling, processing and recycling rate, increase the number of collecting and recycling waste batteries and battery.
2. The content of the instruction
(1) the Hg in battery must be less than 0.0005% (except for mercury content more than 2% of the button battery);Prohibit the cadmium content in the portable battery and battery more than 0.002% (alarm system, except for medical equipment and cordless power tools battery).
(2) consumption of the battery must be recycled in the market.In September 2012, the recovery rate of at least 25%, in September 2016, the recovery rate of at least 45%.
 (3) Recycling of battery resources in 2011 should achieve the following goals: lead-acid batteries and battery for at least 65%, nickel cadmium battery and battery for at least 75%, other batteries and battery for at least 50%.
(4) the end user need was told by the following way: * through propaganda, told the battery or the battery material potential impact on the environment and human body, the method of collecting and recycling waste battery disposal;* in the point of sale directly informed;* visual logo on the battery, should cover the following information: the recycling symbol, battery or battery capacity, chemical symbol Hg, Cd and Pb, mercury, cadmium and lead content of more than 0.0005%, 0.002% and 0.004%, respectively).
(5) battery manufacturers (including the market selling batteries every manufacturer) have to bear the recycling and processing fees.If in a battery electrical or electronic products, the producer is also viewed as "battery manufacturers.Battery manufacturers to be sold in the eu member states to register of the battery.

3. The instruction covers the range of products: directive covers all kinds of battery (member used batteries, battery space security and military equipment except).A applies only to old batteries containing a number of cadmium, mercury, lead directive 91/157 / EEC, widened.

4. The battery instruction revision of the directive 2008/12 / EC (released on March 11, 2008). The instructions for new battery directive 2006/66 / EC involved in the commission of authority revised;Directive 2008/103 / EC (released on November 19, 2008). The instructions for new battery directive 2006/66 / EC of battery and battery market revised;Commission decision 2008/763 / EC: for the end user to set up a general calculation methods of the portable battery and battery sales.






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