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ITC services regarding ROHS 3

Since July 22, 2019 „RoHS 3“ (2015/863/EC) updated of so called “RoHS 2” directive (No. 2011/65/EC) will come in force, laying down extended requirements on electric and electronic devices.

Except for heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Hg, Cr VI+) and polybrominated flame retardants (PBBs and PDEs) four phthalic acid esters (phthalates) were newly added:
Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate, Butyl benzyl phthalate, Di butyl phthalate a Di iso butyl phthalate in the amount, not exceeded 0,1 w/w % in mass of homogenous material.
Problematic can be thus PVC softened material, like cable insulations then paintings, glues and softened plastics.

Laboratories of ITC are ready to determine all these substances. Years of experiences with such a type of analysis gives you quality assurance regarding analysis results. For request, please, contact:

Ing. David Grebeníček dgrebenicek@itczlin.cz
Ing. Iveta Řezníčková ireznickova@itczlin.cz

Relocation of part of ATL 1004 - Physical Laboratory from the Central Laboratories of Louky Zlín to the workplace in the Svit 113th building

Dear clients. As of 09.11.2020, part of ATL 1004 - Physical Laboratory was completely relocated from the central laboratories of Louky Zlín to the ITC workplace in the Svit 113th building, Zlín. The original telephone numbers will be valid until 31.12.2020. At the same time, new telephone numbers will be launched next week, which will be published on the ITC website in the Contacts section. Now please contact specific employee of the physical testing laboratory by e-mail, mobile phone number, or you can contact Mrs. Jarmila Vyorálkova from the secretariat of the Physical Laboratory by phone +420 572 779 989 or e-mail jvyoralkova@itczlin.cz. Thank you for your understanding.

COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) 2020/1245 of 2nd September 2020 amending and correcting Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 on plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food entered into force on 23rd September 2020

This regulation has significantly changed the scope of evaluation of elements and primary aromatic amines and the way of evaluation of articles for repeated use – HERE you can find more information. ITC labs are already prepared to test and evaluate the articles according to new rules.


Mrs. Sarka Kopeckova, skopeckova@itczlin.cz,
tel: +420 577 601 705

Mr. Daniel Vit, dvit@itczlin.cz,
tel. +420 577 601 704


new ICP spectrometer in ITC labs

Analytical laboratory has recently purchased new ICP spectrometer Agilent 5800. The spectrometer is intended for determination of elements in water solutions, leachates and mineralisates. It is used mainly for evaluation of food-contact materials, products for children, material analysis of plastics, rubbers and metals. Spectrometer can be also used for determination of elements, which are limited in electro-products by RoHS 3 directive. High sensitivity enable evaluation of products according to many national and European legislations.  


In autumn 2019 our laboratory of analytical chemistry purchased gas chromatograph Shimadzu GCMS QP 2020 NX with mass spectromecter and flame ionization detector, which is used for analysis of emission of organic substances (VOC) mainly for automotive materials.

Determination of VOC by this method meets the requirements:
- VW 50180 (CLP classification of VOC emission in accordance with Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 included)
- PV 3341
- VDA 277
- VCS 1027,2759

Laboratory is on the List of accepted service laboratories by the VW Group for test according to PV 3341!

Contact: Jitka Bakalová | +420577601453 | jbakalova@itczlin.cz

Toys and Children’s Products


The marketing of toys and products for children under three years of age is regulated by harmonized European legislation as well as by national – Czech legislation. Until 19 July 2011, toys are subject to the European Directive 88/378/EEC, which shall – after that date – be replaced by Directive 2009/48/EC of 18 June 2009 on the safety of toys. Only such toys are allowed to enter the EU market, which are in consistence with this legislation and, pursuant to the new Directive, also bear the CE marking and are accompanied by an EC declaration of conformity. For products designed for children under three years of age (sold on the Czech market), which include also toys for children under three years of age, there is an obligation to comply with the requirements of Decree No. 84/2001 Coll. implementing Act No. 258/2000 Coll., on Public Health Protection. These products, at all trade levels except for retail trade, must always be accompanied by a written declaration confirming that the products comply with the hygienic requirements laid down by the Decree. Such declaration is to be issued by the manufacturer, importer or authorized representative based on a compliance assessment of the results of the product tests with the hygienic requirements laid down by the above-mentioned Decree.


Client's Handbook   Harmonised standards of Directive 2009/48/EC on the safety of toys  


  • Toys
    • Games, combination boxes, educational toys, puzzles
    • Dolls, figures, cars
    • Doll carriages, aquatic toys
    • Chemical toys, various sets for girls and boys
    • Training bikes, children scooters, children bicycles, swings, slides, balls and functional toys
    • Toys for babies (rattles, teethers, sand pit toys, etc.)
    • Battery-operated toys, remote-controlled toys
    • Carnival costumes, masks, textile toys
  • Footwear
  • Buggies, walkers, baby cars, child car seats, baby carriers, baby bouncers
  • Children furniture
    • Children high chairs
    • Hook-on table chairs
    • Changing units
    • Beds
  • Dishes, tubs and other accessories for nurselings
  • Protective equipment, safety harnesses and leashes
  • Baby soothers, teats, soother chains and clips


The necessary tests to verify the compliance with all basic requirements defined in the Council Directive 2009/48/EEC are performed by accredited laboratories.

Standard No.
EN 71-1:2005 Safety of toys – Part 1 Mechanical and physical properties
EN 71-2:2006 Safety of toys – Part 2 Flammability
EN 71-3:1996;A1:2001; AC:2002 Safety of toys – Part 3 Migration of certain elements
EN 71-4 /AI:2000; A2:2004 Safety of toys – Part 4 Experimental sets for chemistry and related activities
EN 71-5:2000 Safety of toys – Part 5 Chemical toys (sets) other than experimental sets
EN 71-7:2003 Safety of toys – Part 7 Finger paints – Requirements and test methods
EN 71-8:2004 Safety of toys – Part 8 Swings, slides and similar activity toys for indoor and outdoor family domestic use
EN 71-9:2006 Safety of toys – Part 9 Organic chemical compounds – Requirements
EN 71-10:2006 Safety of toys – Part 10 Organic chemical compounds – Sample preparation and extraction
EN 71-11:2006 Safety of toys – Part 11 Organic chemical compounds – Methods of analysis
EN 62115 : 2005 Safety of electric toys  


  • The testing laboratory performs tests in the scope of the technical requirements defined by Czech Ministry of Health Decree No. 84/2001 Coll., on Hygienic Requirements for Toys and Products for Children under Three Years of Age, as amended. For these purposes, ITC is an authorized laboratory in accordance with Act No. 258/2000 Coll., on Public Health Protection, for the following authorization sets:
  • Set D 2 – Sampling and examination for health safety of products for children under three years of age
  • Set D 3 – Sampling and examination for health safety of products coming into contact with foodstuffs and meals.



Person Phone e-mail
Ing. Ludmila Antosova,
Certification department
+420 572 779 926 lantosovaPostaitczlin.cz
Ing. Monika Stipkova,
Certification department
+420 572 779 930 mstipkovaPostaitczlin.cz
Ing. Věra Vilímková,
Head of analytic laboratory
+420 577 601 634 analytPostaitczlin.cz
Ing. Pavel Vavra,
Head of electrical equipments
+420 572 522 242 pvavraPostaitczlin.cz

Post address:
Institute for Testing and Certification, Inc.
Testing division
trida Tomase Bati 299, Louky, 763 02 Zlin
Czech Republic

The person responsible for accuracy of data: Ing. Ludmila Antosova

Updated: 8.1.2021
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