Amend The Textile Labelling Regulation

Original Language Title: Änderung der Textilkennzeichnungsverordnung

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296. Regulation of the Federal Minister of economy, family and youth, with the textile labelling regulation is changed in 1993

On the basis of § 32 of the Federal Act against unfair competition in 1984, BGBl. No. 448/1984, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 79/2007, is prescribed:

Textile labelling regulation 1993 - TKV, BGBl. No. 890/1993, as last amended by the regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 313/2010, is amended as follows:

1 the heading "Article 2" is preceded by the existing text of textile labelling regulation 1993. The following article 1 together with heading shall be inserted before the text of § 1 together with the heading:

"Article 1

Marking according Regulation (EU) no 1007/2011

(1) textile products and textile fibers com. of Regulation (EU) No. 1007 / 2011 labelling related about the names of textile fibres and the and marking of the fibre composition of textile products and repealing Directive 73/44/EEC of the Council and directives 96/73/EC and 2008/121/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, OJ No. L 272 of the 18.10.2011 p. 1 that may be deployed domestically only on the market or placed on the market, if labelled No. 1007/2011 complies with the provisions of Regulation (EU).

(2) with that provision it is fulfilled no. of 1007/2011 Union legal obligation arising to ensure the measures necessary for its implementation from article 18 of the Regulation (EU)."

2. in paragraph 6, the quotation mark is eliminated No. 6 after the expression "P. 13". § 6 following Nos. 8 and 9 are added: "8th directive 2011/73/EC amending annexes I and V of to Directive 2008/121/EC to the designation of textile products for the purpose of its adaptation to technical progress, OJ No. L 198 of the 30.07.2011 p. 30 9 policy 2011/74/EC amending Annex II of Directive 96/73/EC on certain methods for the quantitative analysis of binary textile fibre mixtures to technical progress, OJ "No. L 198 of the 30.07.2011 S. 32."

3. the text of paragraph 7 receives the sales designation (1). Following paragraph 2 and 3 shall be added:

"(2) textile products, that the transposition of Directive 2008/121/EC on textile names, OJ" No. L 19 of January 23, 2009 p. 29, as last amended by the directive of 2011/73/EC, OJ No. L 198 of the 30.07.2011, into national law comply with S. 30 and up to the entry into force of the Regulation (EU) No. 1007/2011 in traffic have been brought, may provided until the end of the 9th November 2014 still on the market.

(3) article 2 appears at the end of the 9th November 2014 override."

4. in annex 2 also removes the point Z 41 at the end of a sentence and following Z 42 added: "42." polypropylene/polyamide bi component fiber "bi component fibers comprising polyamide fibrils embedded in an Polypropylenmatrix to 10 to 25 percent by mass."

5. in annex 3 41 following Z 42 is added to the Z: "42 polypropylene/polyamide bi component fiber... 1.00 "6 Annex 6 section is '2. single procedure - summary table" together with the heading:

' 2. SINGLE PROCEDURE - SUMMARY TABLE



Procedure



Scope of application (1)



Reagent



Soluble component



Insoluble component



No. 1



Acetate



Certain other fibres



Acetone



No. 2



Certain protein fibres



Certain other fibres



Hypochlorite



No. 3



Cupro, viscose and certain types of modal



Certain other fibres



Formic acid and zinc chloride



No. 4



Polyamide or nylon



Certain other fibres



80% formic acid



No. 5



Acetate



Certain other fibres



Benzyl alcohol



No. 6



Triacetate or Polylactide



Certain other fibres



Dichloromethane



No. 7



Certain cellulose fibres



Certain other fibres



75% sulphuric acid



No. 8



Acrylic fibres, certain modacrylic fibers or certain poly chloride fibers



Certain other fibres



Dimethyl formamide



No. 9



Some poly chloride fibers



Certain other fibres



Carbon disulphide/acetone

(55,5/44,5)



No. 10



Acetate



Certain other fibres



Acetic acid



No. 11



Polyamide or nylon, silk



Certain other fibres



75% sulphuric acid



No. 12



Jute



Certain fibres of animal origin



Nitrogen determination



No. 13



Polypropylene



Certain other fibres



Xylene



No. 14



Some fibers



Certain other fibres



Concentrated sulphuric acid



No. 15



Poly chloride fibres, certain Modacryle, certain elastane, acetate, Triacetate



Certain other fibres



Cyclohexanone



No. 16



Melamine



Certain other fibres



90% hot formic acid



(1) the fibers are listed under the method exactly.



7 plant 6 procedure no. 1 section "1. field of application" is no. 2: ' 2. wool (1), animal hair (2 and 3), silk (4), cotton (5), flax or linen (7), hemp (8), jute (9), Abaca (10), Alfa (11) coir (12), broom (13), ramie (14), sisal (15), Cupro (18), modal (19), regenerated protein fiber (20), viscose (22), polyacrylamide (23), polyamide or nylon (27), polyester (28), Elastomultiester (39) " , Elastolefin (40), (41) melamine and bi-component polypropylene/polyamide fibers (42).

This requirement is not applicable to the surfaces entacetylierte acetate fibers."

8 installation 6 procedure no. 2 section '1 scope' is no. 2: "2. cotton (5), Cupro (18), viscose (22), polyacrylamide (23), poly chloride (24), polyamide or nylon (27), polyester (28), polypropylene (30), elastane (36), glass fibres (37), Elastomultiester (39), Elastolefin (40), Melamine (41) and polypropylene/polyamide - bi component fibers (42).

Different protein fibres are present, so the procedure provides their total amount, but not the percentages."

9. the title together with the procedure name to annex 6 is procedure no. 3:

'Procedure no. 3

VISCOSE, CUPRO OR CERTAIN TYPES OF MODAL AND CERTAIN OTHER FIBRES

(Procedure with formic acid and zinc chloride)

10 Unit 6 procedure no. 3 section "1. field of application" is no. 2: "2. cotton (5), polypropylene (30), Elastolefin (40) and melamine (41).

Determined the presence of modal fibres, a preliminary test is run to examine whether they are soluble in the reagent.

The procedure does not apply to mixtures, where the cotton has been altered by excessive chemical attack or the viscose or Cuprofasern are no longer completely soluble due to the presence of certain dyes, finishing agents, which can be removed, or reagents."

11 plant 6 procedure no. 3 "5. calculation and display of results" section is: "the results are calculated according to the calculation method specified in the General section. The correction factor "d" has a value of 1.00; "he is 1.02 only for cotton and for melamine 1.01."

12 titles including procedure name to annex 6 procedures No. 5 are:

'Procedure no. 5

ACETATE AND CERTAIN OTHER FIBRES

(Benzylalkohol-Verfahren) "

13 Unit 6 procedure no. 5 section "1. field of application" is no. 2: "2. Triacetfasern (21), polypropylene (30), Elastofin (40), (41) melamine and bi-component polypropylene/polyamide fibers (42)."

14 titles including procedure name to annex 6 procedures No. 6 are:

"Proceedings No. 6

TRICETAT - OR POLYLACTIDFASERN AND CERTAIN OTHER FIBRES

(Dichlormethan-Verfahren) "

15 plant 6 procedures No. 6 section "1. field of application" is no. 2: "2. wool (1), animal hair (2 and 3), silk (4), cotton (5), Cupro (18), modal (19), (22), viscose POLYACRYLIC (23), polyamide or nylon (27), polyester (28), polypropylene (30), glass fibres (37), Elastomultiester (39), Elastolefin (40), Melamine (41) and polypropylene/polyamide - bi component fibers (42)."

Note: Triacetatfasern, which are partially Saponified by special treatment, are no longer fully soluble in the reagent. In this case the procedure is inapplicable."

16 titles including procedure name to Appendix 6 procedure no. 7 are:

No. 7 "procedure"

CERTAIN CELLULOSE FIBRES AND CERTAIN OTHER FIBRES

(Procedure on sulphuric acid 75%)

17 plant 6 procedure no. 7 section "1. field of application" is no. 2: "2. polyester (28), polypropylene (30), (39) Elastomultiester, Elastolefin (40) and bi-component polypropylene/polyamide fibers (42)."

18 system 6 procedure no. 7 '5. calculation and display of results' section is:

"The results are determined according to the calculation method specified in the General section. The correction factor "d" has a value of 1.00, only for polypropylene/polyamide bi component fibres amounts to 1.01."

19 system 6 procedure no. 8 section "1. field of application" is no. 2: "2. wool (1), animal hair (2 and 3), silk (4), cotton (5), Cupro (18), modal (19), viscose (22), polyamide or nylon (27), polyester (28), polypropylene (30), (39) Elastomultiester, Elastolefin (40), Melamine (41) and bi-component polypropylene/polyamide fibers (42)."

It applies also to acrylic and certain modacrylic fibers, which are treated with pre-metallized dyes, but not with subsequent chrome dyes."

20 system 6 procedure no. 9 section "1. field of application" is no. 2: ' 2. wool (1), animal hair (2 and 3), silk (4), cotton (5), Cupro (18), modal (19), (22), viscose acrylic fibres (23), polyamide or nylon (27), polyester (28), polypropylene (30), glass fibres (37), Elastomultiester (39), Melamine (41) and bi-component polypropylene/polyamide fibers (42). "


The content of wool or silk in the mix is greater than 25%, is the procedure to apply no. 2.

The content of polyamide or nylon in the mix is greater than 25%, the process to apply no. 4's."

21 titles including procedure name to Appendix 6 procedure no. 10 are:

"Procedure no. 10

ACETAFASERN AND CERTAIN OTHER FIBRES

(Essigsäure-Verfahren) "

22 Unit 6 procedure no. 10 section "1. field of application" is no. 2: "2. poly chloride fibers (24) specific, namely polyvinyl chloride fibres, also after desiccant, as well as polypropylene (30), Elastolefin (40), Melamine (41) and polypropylene/polyamide - bi component fibers (42)."

23 titles including procedure name to Appendix 6 procedure no. 11 are:

No. 11 "procedure"

SILK OR NYLON AND CERTAIN OTHER FIBRES

(Procedure with 75% sulphuric acid)

24 Unit 6 procedure no. 11 section "1. scope" Z 1 Z 2 are: "1. silk (4) or polyamide or nylon (27) with 2. wool (1), animal hair (2 and 3), polypropylene (30), Elastolefin (40), (41) melamine and bi-component polypropylene/polyamide fibers (42)."

25 Unit 6 procedure no. 11 section "2. basis of the procedure" is:

"The silk fibres, polyamide or nylon fibers are removed from a known dry mass with 75 weight percent and sulfuric acid.

The residue is collected, washed, dried and weighed. -If necessary, corrected - mass is expressed as percentage of the dry mass of the mixture. The proportion of dry silk or dry polyamide or nylon is determined by the difference."

26 plant 6 procedure no. 11 section "4. implementation" is:

"It is the analysis described in the General section to follow and proceed as follows:"

The sample in a 200-ml glass tubes with screw cap is mixed with 100 ml of 75% sulphuric acid per gram sample. The piston is sealed, shake vigorously and left at room temperature for 30 minutes. Shake again, leave to stand 30 minutes. Shake one last time and transfer the contents of the flask into the weighted glass filter crucible. Fibers lingering about in the piston are flushed with 75% sulphuric acid. The residue is washed out in the Crucible successively with 50 ml of dilute sulphuric acid, 50 ml of water and 50 ml of diluted ammonia. The fibers must remain in contact with the liquid for about 10 minutes before is sucked off. Finally to wash with water, remain where the fibres in the water for 30 minutes. The residual liquid is removed by vacuuming. Crucible and residue are dried, cooled and weighed.

In the case of binary mixtures of nylon with polypropylene/polyamide bi component fibres the residue in the Crucible is after the transfer of the fibres into the weighted glass filter Crucible and wash procedure described above twice each with 50 ml of 75% and sulphuric acid to wash out."

27 Unit 6 procedure no. 11 section "5. calculation and presentation of results" is:

"The results are determined according to the calculation method specified in the General section. "The correction factor"d"has a value of 1.00, he is 0,985 for wool only, for the polypropylene/polyamide bi component fibres amounts to 1,005 and for melamine 1.01."

28 plant 6 procedure no. 11 section "6 accuracy of the procedure" is:

"The reliability limits of the results of this procedure are homogeneous textile fibre mixtures at maximum ± 1 with a statistical confidence of 95%; the reliability limits only for binary mixtures of nylon with polypropylene/polyamide bi component fibers for maximum ± 2."

29 titles together with the procedure name to Appendix 6 procedure no. 14 are:

'Procedure no. 14

CERTAIN FIBRES AND CERTAIN OTHER FIBRES

(Process with concentrated sulfuric acid)

30 Unit 6 procedure no. 14 "1 scope" section no. 2 is: "2. poly chloride fibers (24) out of Homo polymer of vinyl chloride (also for desiccant), as well as polypropylene (30), Elastolefin (40), Melamine (41) and polypropylene/polyamide - bi component fibers (42).

The concerned modacrylic fibers are those arising, arising from treatment in concentrated sulphuric acid (d20 = 1,84 g / ml) a clear solution.

This method can be applied in particular instead of proceedings Nos. 8 and 9."

31 unit 6 procedure no. 14 section "2. basis of the procedure" is:

"All the ingredients except the poly chloride fibres, polypropylene, Elastolefin, melamine or polypropylene/polyamide - bi component fibres (i.e. the fibres mentioned under 1.1.) are from a known dry mass by dissolving in concentrated sulphuric acid (d20 = 1,84 g / ml) cut off." The residue consisting of poly chloride fibres, polypropylene, Elastolefin, melamine or polypropylene/polyamide bi component fibres is collected, washed, dried and weighed; -If necessary, corrected - mass is expressed in percentage of the dry mass of the mixture. The amount of other components is determined by the difference."

32. System 6 procedure no. 14 "5. calculation and display of results" section is:

"The results are determined in the calculation method specified in the General section. The correction factor "d" has a value of 1.00; only for melamine and polypropylene/polyamide - bi-component fibers he is 1.01."

33. titles including procedure name to annex 6 procedures No. 16 are:

'Procedure no. 16

MELAMINE AND CERTAIN OTHER FIBRES

(Procedure with hot formic acid)

34. Unit 6 procedure no. 16 section "1. field of application" is no. 2: "2. cotton (5), aramid (27a) and polypropylene (30)."

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