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REACH annex XVII Amendment regulation – New test standards for Azo dyes
Azo dyes may be used as colourants in the leather and textiles sector for a variety of consumer products.
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What are the risks of not testing for azo dyes? Chemical tests for the determination of certain azo colorants in dyed leathers. What types of products are azo dyes usually found in?
Chemical tests for the determination of certain azo colorants in dyed leathers. Your basket iwo empty.
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Determination of certain aromatic is derived from azo colorants. You may find similar items within these categories by selecting from the choices below:. Step 1 Tell us about your enquiry. Tell us about your business. Take the smart route to manage medical device compliance. GB Certain azo dyes can under reactive conditions cleave to produce primary aromatic amines which are known carcinogens and classified as skin sensitisers. Azo dyes are widely regulated through a number of international chemical regulations: Accept and continue Learn more about the cookies we use and how to change your settings.
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