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REACH, CLP and Transport Classification

Laboratory Testing TÜV SÜD Schweiz Process Safety

TÜV SÜD Schweiz Process Safety is your expert in the fields of

  • Registration under REACH
  • Transport classification

Registration under REACH

directed at

Persons responsible for the registration of new products in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.

the benefit for you

Your complete physico-chemical dossier from one single source. (Council Refulation n° 440/2008)

our services

As an accredited laboratory, we can determine the following data of your products

A.1 Melting point
A.2 Boiling point
A.3 Relative density
A.4 Vapor pressure
A.5 Surface tension
A.6 Solubility in water
A.7 Fat solubility
A.8 Partition coefficient
A.9 Flash point (liquids)
A.10 Flammability (solids)
A.13 Pyrophoric properties
A.12 Flammability (evolution of gas in contact with water)
A.14 Solids and liquids explosive potential
A.15 Auto-ignition temperature (liquids)
A.16 Relative self-ignition temperature (solids)
A.17 Oxidizing properties (solids)
A.18 + A.19 Molecular weight distribution of polymers
A.20 Solution, extraction behaviour of polymers in water
A.21 Oxidizing properties (liquids)
OECD 113 Thermal stability


Transport classification of dangerous materials

The testing center of the Swiss branch of TÜV SÜD offers a wide range of tests for the classification of goods according to the UN Recommendations on Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Orange Book). With the introduction of the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) in the EU this classification scheme will progressively replace the current EU classification of chemicals.

The following list summerizes the dangerous properties with a short description of the tests for classification. In the second column, the current labels for transport classification are shown, whereas the new GHS labels are in the third column.

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