Tableware and Kitchenware Inspection

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YSI Tableware and Kitchenware Inspection

As a part of daily life, tableware and kitchenware safety cannot be ignored. The standard requirements of tableware and kitchenware products, in addition to the hygiene, physicochemical and microbial requirements of food contact materials, there are physical performance requirements, such as thermal insulation performance of insulation containers, sealing performance, cold and heat impact performance of glass tableware, corrosion resistance of stainless steel kitchenware, etc.

YSI provides professional third-party tableware and kitchenware inspection services to ensure that kitchenware products meet standards, regulations and target market requirements, avoid losses caused by product recall, and ensure supply chain safety.

Tableware and kitchenware inspection scope

POTS: stockpot, saucepan, milk pot, casserole, pressure cooker

Kitchen utensils: Bottle opener, slicer, egg beater, peeler, strainer, garlic tablet press, baking utensils, enamel cookware

Tableware: PE plastic wrap, spoon, fork, chopsticks, bowl, plate, pot, basin, crisper

Other: knife, cutting board, packaging bag, disposable tableware, straw, coffee pot, heat preservation pot

Standard for inspection of tableware and kitchenware

Product material classification products and standards

Stainless steel vacuum cup GB/T 29606, stainless steel kitchenware QB/T 2174, stainless steel utensils GB/T 29601, stainless steel tableware GB/T 15067.2, stainless steel fruit knife GB/T 30769, stainless steel vacuum pressure pot QB/T 5285, kitchen knife QB/T 1924

Glass glass QB/T 4162, Pyrex glass GB 17762, tempered glassware for catering QB/T 4064, double glass cup QB/T 5035, daily glass ceramics GB/T 30771, glassware goblets QB/T 4946

Ceramic daily fine pottery GB/T 10815, daily white cloud pottery GB/T 29491, ordinary ceramic cooker QB/T 2579, fine ceramic cooker QB/T 2580, daily glass ceramics GB/T 30771, purple sand pottery GB/T 10816, daily porcelain GB/T 3532

General technical requirements for plastic disposable degradable food utensils GB/T 18006.3, food plastic turnover box GB/T 5737, melamine plastic tableware QB/T 1999, plastic tupperware GB/T 32094, daily plastic kettles QB/T 4882, plastic drinking cups QB/T 4049, plastic cutting board QB/T 1870, food packaging plastic and aluminum foil composite film, bag GB/T 28118, polyester (PET) steam free beverage bottle QB/T 2357, polyethylene blow molding container GB/T 13508, polypropylene drinking straw GB/T 24693

Paper pulp molded tableware QB/T 4763, paper pulp molded tableware GB/T 36787, meal paper products QB/T 2898, paper cup GB/T 27590, paper bowl GB/T 27591, paper meal box GB/T 27589

Safety requirements for sports kettles GB/T 30230, disposable chopsticks - Part 1: Wooden chopsticks GB/T 19790.1, disposable chopsticks - Part 2: Bamboo chopsticks GB/T 19790.2, household food metal cooking utensils non-stick surface performance and test specification GB/T 32095

Key points of on-site inspection of tableware and kitchenware

1. Shipping drop test (not for fragile products)

2. Product size/weight measurement

3. Scan the bar code

4. Check the assembly/installation

5. Special function inspection (for functions that can only be checked after complete assembly)

6. Check the moisture of wood parts

7. Coating adhesion test

8. Screen adhesion test

9. Magnetic inspection (for non-embroidered steel)

10. Product drop test (portable product)

11. Volume test

12. Slope stability test

13. Bottom stability test

14. Thermal and cold shock test (glass products)

15. Water leakage test

16. Handle strength test

17. Handle bending check

18. Tempered glass inspection

19. Odor check

20. Static load test

21. Flame retardant test