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Criteria for the allocation of the tfi-tÜv proficert-product brand - v3-1 valid from 2012-10-0

Criteria
for the allocation of the TFI-TÜV PROFiCERT-product brand
General requirements for the substances used . 2 3.1.1 Testing for consumer health protection . 3 3.1.2 Functional tests and quality tests for floor coverings. 6 Test criteria for underlays for instal ation and flooring installation products . 8 3.2.1 Testing for consumer health protection . 8 3.2.2 Functional tests and quality tests for underlays for instal ation . 9 3.3.1 Testing for consumer health protection . 10 3.3.2 Functional tests and quality tests for cleaning systems . 10 Address of the certification body and testing laboratory . 11 The TÜV Hessen and the Textiles and Flooring Institute GmbH (TFI) offer the certification of products
and/or systems according to the TFI-TÜV PROFiCERT-product method. These products constantly
have to comply with certification criteria based on technical progress and scientific knowledge.
An essential requirement in this respect is the protection of the consumer's health. The method used for the testing and monitoring cover the fol owing three elements: Initial type test
Each product (product group) and/or each system is tested according to the worst case
scenario to make sure that the defined set of criteria is respected (more detailed information
see chapter 3).
Auditing
The quality assurance measures taken by the manufacturer himself (own monitoring
measures) are examined in the companies concerned (more detailed information see chapter
4).
Monitoring tests
At least once a year, TÜV Hessen or TFI take product samples from the manufacturer or from
Criteria for the al ocation of the TFI-TÜVPROFICert product brand, V 3.1 / valid from 1 October 2012 the market. Subsequently, the screening method is used to monitor these samples in view of their compliance with the test criteria (more detailed information see chapter 5). A certification is only possible if all the conditions set out are met. Depending on the product group, different requirements have been defined for the products. The respect of the criteria for the consumer health protection (harmful substances and emissions) is a prerequisite to prevent that products which might constitute a health hazard to the consumer are labelled. Furthermore, it may also be mandatory to conduct functional and quality tests. Thus, the consumer obtains information on further properties of the product. The type of test to be conducted depends on the product category and can be derived from the certificate itself. General requirements for the substances used
The materials used for the product manufacturing shall not contain or release any substances or preparations as constituents that are (1) mentioned in Annex I to the Directive 67/548/EEC and show the properties "very toxic" (T+) and "toxic" (T) mentioned in § 4 of the German Ordinance on Hazardous Substances (GefStoffV) and specified in Annex VI to the Directive 67/548/EEC. (2) mentioned in Annex I to the Directive 67/548/EEC and show the fol owing properties mentioned in § 4 of the German Ordinance on Hazardous Substances (GefStoffV) and specified in Annex VI to the Directive 67/548/EEC: carcinogenic substances (Carc. Cat. 1; Carc. Cat 2) mutagenic substances (Mut. Cat. 1, Mut. Cat. 2) substances toxic to reproduction (Repr. Cat. 1, Repr. Cat. 2); (3) classified according to the German Technical Rules for Hazardous Materials 905 (TRGS substances toxic to reproduction (RF1, RF2) substances known to impair fertility in humans (RE1, RE2). Flame retardant agents: As far as necessary with regard to the demands of fire safety, anorganic ammonium phosphates (diammonium phosphate, ammonium polyphosphate etc.), other minerals liberating water (aluminum hydrate or the like) or expanded graphite can be used. The use of antimony oxides as flame retardants is not permitted. Dyestuffs and pigments: The fol owing dyestuffs and pigments may not be used: azo dyes according to Directive 2002/61/EC dyes that are carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic to reproduction according to 2002/371/EC potentially sensitising dyes according to the decision 2002/371/EC dyestuffs and pigments containing cadmium, mercury, lead or nickel Moth and beetle proofing agents: For woollen textile products and other animal fibres, only permethrin is admitted as moth and beetle proofing agent. The amount to be used is 75 -210 mg/m², related to the fibre to be protected. Criteria for the al ocation of the TFI-TÜVPROFICert product brand, V 3.1 / valid from 1 October 2012 2-alkylphenolethoxylates: Polymer dispersions, resins or comparable components (binding agents) containing alkylphenolethoxylate shal not be added to binding agents and coatings for the production of textile floor coverings. Phthalates mentioned in Annex XIV to the REACh regulation or in the REACh Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) shall not be used. The applicant shall provide a declaration of compliance with the requirements for the substances contained in the product by signing the monitoring contract. Moreover, a random sampling of the materials used is performed during the audit. Initial type test
The initial type test is made to find out whether the prerequisites for the certification of a product or a system are met. The initial type test always comprises an assessment of the effects on human health and may be supplemented by quality statements. The underlying criteria for the initial type test are described in the fol owing chapters. Test criteria for floor coverings
Testing for consumer health protection
The evaluation of the effects of floor coverings on human health is based on the rules of the AgBB scheme. The emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC) and semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOC) are determined according to ISO 16000 series by the use of the test chamber method. Furthermore, odours are tested according to the TFI-method. The results of the odour testing according to the TFI method shall achieve a score of ≤ 3. All tests shal be conducted with factory-new products. Textile floor coverings
If the threshold values or the break-off criteria mentioned in table 1 are complied with, the textile floor covering meets the requirements for the emission behaviour set out by the fol owing organisations: GUT (Gemeinschaft umweltfreundlicher Teppichboden e.V.) Emission class A+ according to the French VOC regulation „Décret n° 2011-321 du 23 mars
2011“ (Arrêté du 19 avril 2011 relatif à l'étiquetage des produits de construction ou de
revêtement de mur ou de sol et des peintures et vernis sur leurs émissions de polluants
volatils NOR: DEVL1104875A)
OPTIONAL: Green Label Plus (CRI) [additional emission testing after 1 and 14 days] Criteria for the al ocation of the TFI-TÜVPROFICert product brand, V 3.1 / valid from 1 October 2012 Table 1: Emission thresholds for textile floor coverings Break-off criteria for the test
Emission thresholds
Substance
after 28 days
Carcinogenic substances
1 µg/m³
1 µg/m³
1 µg/m³
Total volatile organic
compounds within the
retention range

100 µg/m³
250 µg/m³
200 µg/m³
C6 – C16 (TVOC)
Total semi-volatile organic
compounds within the
retention range

30 µg/m³
30 µg/m³
30 µg/m³
>C16 – C22 (TSVOC)
Total VOC without LCI
50 µg/m³
50 µg/m³
50 µg/m³
Formaldehyde
4 µg/m³
10 µg/m³
10 µg/m³
Acetaldehyde
4 µg/m³
10 µg/m³
8 µg/m³
5 µg/m³
11 µg/m³
8 µg/m³
8 µg/m³
20 µg/m³
15 µg/m³
Other aldehydes per
8 µg/m³
20 µg/m³
15 µg/m³
1,4-Dichlorobenzene
40 µg/m³
100 µg/m³
75 µg/m³
2-Ethylhexanoic acid
15 µg/m³
38 µg/m³
29 µg/m³
4-Phenylcyclohexene
5 µg/m³
15 µg/m³
11 µg/m³
4-Vinylcyclohexene
2 µg/m³
2 µg/m³
2 µg/m³
Ethylbenzene
40 µg/m³
100 µg/m³
75 µg/m³
Naphthalene
3 µg/m³
7 µg/m³
5 µg/m³
N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone
40 µg/m³
100 µg/m³
75 µg/m³
2 µg/m³
5 µg/m³
4 µg/m³
Tetrachloroethylene
10 µg/m³
26 µg/m³
20 µg/m³
20 µg/m³
50 µg/m³
38 µg/m³
Vinyl acetate
40 µg/m³
100 µg/m³
75 µg/m³
40 µg/m³
100 µg/m³
75 µg/m³
Naphthalene (Green Label Plus)
9 µg/m³
(after 1 and 14 days)
Nonanal (Green Label Plus)
26 µg/m³
(after 1 and 14 days)
Octanal (Green Label Plus)
14 µg/m³
(after 1 and 14 days)
* The findings of the scientific study of TFI "Decay Behaviour of 4-Phenylcyclohexene (4-PCH) - Study for the "Gemeinschaft umweltfreundlicher Teppichboden e.V.", report dated 19 November 2009, demonstrated that proven textile floor coverings which show an emission of this component of ≤ 15 µg/m³ after 3 days or of ≤ 11 µg/m³ after 7 days constantly adhere to the emission threshold after 28 days. Criteria for the al ocation of the TFI-TÜVPROFICert product brand, V 3.1 / valid from 1 October 2012 Resilient floor coverings
Table 2: Emission thresholds for resilient floor coverings Emission thresholds
Break-off criteria after
Substance
after 28 days
Carcinogenic substances
1 µg/m³
1 µg/m³
Total volatile organic compounds
within the retention range

100 µg/m³
200 µg/m³
C6 – C16 (TVOC)
Total semi-volatile organic
compounds within the retention
range

30 µg/m³
30 µg/m³
>C16 – C22 (TSVOC)
Total VOC without LCI
50 µg/m³
50 µg/m³
Formaldehyde
4 µg/m³
10 µg/m³
Other aldehydes per
8 µg/m³
15 µg/m³
1,1,1-trichloroethane
20 µg/m³
1,1-Dichloroethene
70 µg/m³
Chlorobenzene
1000 µg/m³
Chloroform
300 µg/m³
Dichloromethane
20 µg/m³
Epichlorohydrin
3 µg/m³
Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether
70 µg/m³
Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate
300 µg/m³
Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether
60 µg/m³
Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate
90 µg/m³
N,N-Dimethylformamide
80 µg/m³
Naphthalene
9 µg/m³
Carbon disulphide
800 µg/m³
Tetrachloroethylene
35 µg/m³
Tetrachloromethane
40 µg/m³
300 µg/m³
Vinyl acetate
200 µg/m³
700 µg/m³
Criteria for the al ocation of the TFI-TÜVPROFICert product brand, V 3.1 / valid from 1 October 2012 If the threshold values or the break-off criteria mentioned in table 2 are complied with, the resilient floor coverings meet the requirements for the emission behaviour set out by the following organisations: RAL UZ 120 (Blue Angel) [not applicable for floor coverings based on PVC] Emission class A+ according to the French VOC regulation „Décret n° 2011-321 du 23 mars
2011“ (Arrêté du 19 avril 2011 relatif à l'étiquetage des produits de construction ou de
revêtement de mur ou de sol et des peintures et vernis sur leurs émissions de polluants
volatils NOR: DEVL1104875A)
OPTIONAL: California Section 01350 [additional emission testing after 1 and 14 days] Functional tests and quality tests for floor coverings
The functional and quality tests are based on the fol owing classification standards for floor coverings in the respective valid version. The results achieved can be recommended according to FCSS (Floor Covering Standard Symbols) and are listed in the certificate. Textile floor coverings
EN 1307 Textile floor coverings - Classification of pile carpets EN 1470 Textile floor coverings - Classification of needled floor coverings EN 13297 Textile floor coverings - Classification of needled pile floor coverings EN 14215 Textile floor coverings - Classification of machine-made pile rugs and runners EN 15114 Textile floor coverings - Classification of textile floor coverings without pile PVC floor coverings
EN 649 Resilient floor coverings - Homogeneous and heterogeneous polyvinyl chloride floor coverings - Specification EN 650 Resilient floor coverings - Polyvinyl chloride floor coverings on jute backing or on polyester felt backing or on polyester felt with polyvinyl chloride backing - Specification EN 651 Resilient floor coverings - Polyvinyl chloride floor coverings with foam layer - Specification EN 653 Resilient floor coverings - Expanded (cushioned) polyvinyl chloride floor coverings - Specification Linoleum:
EN 548 Resilient floor coverings - Specification for plain and decorative linoleum EN 686 Resilient floor coverings - Specification for plain and decorative linoleum on a foam backing EN 687 Resilient floor coverings - Specification for plain and decorative linoleum on a corkment backing Criteria for the al ocation of the TFI-TÜVPROFICert product brand, V 3.1 / valid from 1 October 2012 EN 688 Resilient floor coverings - Specification for corklinoleum Elastomer floor coverings
EN 1817 Resilient floor coverings - Specification for homogeneous and heterogeneous smooth rubber floor coverings EN 1816 Resilient floor coverings - Specification for homogeneous and heterogeneous smooth rubber floor coverings with foam backing EN 12199 Resilient floor coverings - Specifications for homogeneous and heterogeneous relief rubber floor coverings EN 14521 Resilient floor coverings - Specification for smooth rubber floor coverings with or without foam backing with a decorative layer Synthetic thermoplastic polymers
EN 14565 Resilient floor coverings - Floor coverings based upon synthetic thermoplastic polymers - Specification Criteria for the al ocation of the TFI-TÜVPROFICert product brand, V 3.1 / valid from 1 October 2012 Test criteria for underlays for installation and flooring installation products
Testing for consumer health protection
The evaluation of the effects of underlays for installation and flooring instal ation products on human health is based on the rules of the AgBB scheme. The emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC) and semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOC) are determined according to ISO 16000 series by the use of the test chamber method. Furthermore, odours are tested according to the TFI-method. The results of the odour testing according to the TFI method shall achieve a score of ≤ 3. All tests shal be conducted with factory-new products. Tabel e 3: Emission threshold values for flooring installation products and underlays for installation Emission
Break-off criteria for the test
Substance
thresholds after 28
RAL UZ 156
Carcinogenic substances
1 µg/m³ ≤
1 µg/m³
1 µg/m³
Total volatile organic
compounds within the
retention range

60 µg/m³ ≤
60 µg/m³
60 µg/m³
C6 – C16 (TVOC)
Total semi-volatile organic
compounds within the
retention range

30 µg/m³ ≤
30 µg/m³
30 µg/m³
>C16 – C22 (TSVOC)
Total VOC without LCI
40 µg/m³ ≤
40 µg/m³
40 µg/m³
Formaldehyde
10 µg/m³ ≤
50 µg/m³
50 µg/m³
Acetaldehyde
50 µg/m³ ≤
50 µg/m³
50 µg/m³
Other aldehydes per
20 µg/m³ ≤
20 µg/m³
20 µg/m³
Benzothiazole
33 µg/m³
(after 1 and 14 days)
Naphthalene
9 µg/m³
(after 1 and 14 days)
Vinyl acetate
200 µg/m³
(after 1 and 14 days)
4-Vinylcyclohexene
88 µg/m³
(after 1 and 14 days)
If the threshold values or the break-off criteria mentioned in table 3 are complied with, the underlays for installation and flooring instal ation products meet the requirements for the emission behaviour set out by the following organisations: RAL UZ 156 (Blue Angel) [for underlays for instal ation] Criteria for the al ocation of the TFI-TÜVPROFICert product brand, V 3.1 / valid from 1 October 2012 RAL UZ 113 (Blue Angel) [for flooring installation products] Emission class A+ according to the French VOC regulation „Décret n° 2011-321 du 23 mars
2011“ (Arrêté du 19 avril 2011 relatif à l'étiquetage des produits de construction ou de
revêtement de mur ou de sol et des peintures et vernis sur leurs émissions de polluants
volatils NOR: DEVL1104875A)
OPTIONAL for adhesives: Green Label Plus (CRI) [additional emission testing after 1 and 14 days] Functional tests and quality tests for underlays for installation
The functional tests and quality tests for underlays for installation ensure a sufficient mechanical and thermal stability during the phase of use. For this purpose, the fol owing tests are conducted: Castor chair test according to EN 425 (dynamic load) Test of four cycles with 25,000 revolutions each Determination of thickness before and after the test according to ISO 3415 The underlay for installation is tested using a DPL laminate with the fol owing characteristics: Substrate HDF, thickness 7 mm ± 5 %, mass 6700 g/m² ± 5 % Indentation performance according to ISO 3415 after thermal load (static loading) Determination of the indentation performance according to ISO 3415 In addition, the underlay for installation shal have a minimum thickness of 2.0 mm and shall reach a fire classification of at least E/Efl according to EN 13501. The results of the passed functional and quality tests shal be documented in the certificate as fol ows: "Dynamic and static load criteria fulfilled". Criteria for the al ocation of the TFI-TÜVPROFICert product brand, V 3.1 / valid from 1 October 2012 Test criteria for cleaning systems
Testing for consumer health protection
An adequate test for the respective product or system ensures that substances according to chapter 2 (1), (2) or (3) wil not be emitted. These can be for example: Determination of emissions according to ISO 16000 series (test chamber method) Emission testing according to TFI method VA-14-136 (Micro-Chamber method) Furthermore, odours are tested according to the TFI-method. The results of the odour testing according to the TFI method shall achieve a score of ≤ 3. Functional tests and quality tests for cleaning systems
The functional tests and quality tests for cleaning systems ensure that the declared cleaning effect will be achieved. For this purpose, a test adapted to the respective cleaning system is conducted. These can be for example: Determination of the cleaning performance of soiled products according to the laboratory soiling test method ISO 11378-2 Determination of the cleaning performance (staining according to the TFI-method) Determination of the soiling propensity (soiling before and after cleaning, one or more cleaning cycles) according to the laboratory soiling test standard ISO 11378-2 Determination of the water and oil repellency according to the 3M drop test and EN 14419 Moreover it is examined, if the cleaning system has a negative impact on the properties of textile floor coverings. The main focus is set on the following properties: Colour fastness (colour fastness to artificial light according to ISO 105-B02, colour fastness to rubbing according to ISO 105-X12, colour fastness to water according to ISO 105-E01) Reaction to fire (the fire classification shal not be affected) Electrostatic charge during the walking test according to ISO 6356 Criteria for the al ocation of the TFI-TÜVPROFICert product brand, V 3.1 / valid from 1 October 2012 Auditing
The manufacturer shal develop an own monitoring system for the products / production. For this purpose, manufacturers shal make available suitable skil ed personnel, facilities and devices. The results of the manufacturer's own monitoring measures shal be recorded and evaluated. The monitoring measures to be taken by the manufacturer shal be conducted according to the principles of DIN 18200 and Annex D to EN 14041 (factory production control). The systems for the manufacturer's own monitoring measures shall be audited by TÜV Hessen and/or TFI at least once a year (audit). The fol owing criteria will be reviewed: Regular monitoring
In order to guarantee the certificate's statements about the product or the systems, TÜV Hessen or TFI wil take representative product samples from the manufacturer or the market at least once a year within the duration of the certificate in addition to the audits performed at the production site. The compliance of these samples with the test criteria is monitored by means of the screening method. The monitoring comprises the assessment of the effects on human health and, if part of the certificate, the statements about the product quality. The monitoring testing is intended not only to test the product directly, but also to perform an indirect quality review of the factory production controls. Address of the certification body and testing laboratory
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