BIS Certification For Aluminium And Aluminium Alloy Bare Foil For Food Packaging.

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BIS Certification For Aluminium And Aluminium Alloy Bare Foil For Food Packaging.

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In today's competitive industry, quality and certification are essential for success. BIS certification is typically necessary before products may be sold in India to ensure quality. One example is IS 15392:2003, which governs food packaging with aluminum and aluminum alloy bare foil.

BIS Certification For Aluminium and Aluminium Alloy Bare Foil for Food Packaging. IS 15392

Introduction:

In today's competitive industry, quality and certification are essential for success. BIS certification is typically necessary before products may be sold in India to ensure quality. One example is IS 15392:2003, which governs food packaging with aluminum and aluminum alloy bare foil.

IS 15392:2003 provides food packaging bare aluminium and aluminium alloy foil requirements. Bare foil, a cold-rolled product with a thickness of 0.011 to 0.075 mm, comes in straight or coil configurations. This standard ensures adaptability for a wide range of packaging demands by covering different nominal thicknesses and surface conditions.

MANDATORY TESTING

For aluminium and aluminum alloy bare foil intended for food packaging, rigorous testing is necessary to ascertain compliance with quality standards. The following tests are conducted on bare foil:

  1. Material Composition: Verification of the chemical composition according to specified grades outlined in IS 737.

  2. Pinhole Count: Examination of the foil for pinholes to ensure integrity and suitability for food packaging applications.

  3. Lubricants: Assessment of lubricant presence and adherence to specified standards.

  4. Dimensions: Measurement of dimensional tolerances to ensure consistency and conformity.

  5. Tensile Properties: Testing of tensile strength properties to assess durability and performance under stress.

  6. Freedom from Defects: Inspection for manufacturing flaws and surface defects that may compromise quality.

  7. Surface Conditions: Evaluation of surface conditions, including dry annealed or slick annealed, as per requirements.

BIS Documents For Domestic and Foreign Manufacturer Checklist

BIS ISI Registration for Normal Process

BIS ISI Mark Certification Costing And Timeline

BIS ISI Mark Certification Timeline and costing

Note: foreign applications will be submitted through an offline process only. we can only check the grant of CML no on the BIS portal for foreign applications

Conclusion:

Manufacturers, importers, and international companies wishing to distribute goods in India must adhere to BIS standards, specifically IS 15392:2003 for Aluminum and Aluminum Alloy Bare Foil for Food Packaging. A comprehensive evaluation of the manufacturing infrastructure, production procedures, and quality control capabilities is part of the BIS certification process.

As a full-service solution supplier, EVTL INDIA makes it easier to comply with product regulatory standards. With experience in negotiating BIS certification procedures, EVTL INDIA helps importers and manufacturers fulfill all requirements for entering the Indian market or importing goods. The BIS licence might be revoked for not meeting certification standards, highlighting how crucial regulatory compliance is in today's business environment.

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