Test Reports

Certified Quality

Nano Charcoal has been frequently tested, verified and certified by professional and internationally recognized institutes such as SGS Switzerland, TÜV Germany, Bureau Veritas France, Intertek United Kingdom.
All institutes and test facilities state that Nano Charcoal adsorbents are safe, chemical free, environmentally friendly and highly effective.

Test Facilities and Reports

SGS, Switzerland

The world’s leading inspection, verification and certification company SGS tested and certified Nano Charcoal best results concerning Heavy Metal, Cobalt Dichloride, Di-Methyl Formamide, Dimethyl Fumarate, Asperqillus Niger, Mold and adsorbing ability.

TÜV, Germany

The German TÜV performed on Nano Charcoal the following tests:

  • REACH (SVHC )15 Items & Evaluation
  • Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
  • Packaging material & Nano Charcoal

Bureau Veritas France

The France Bureau Veritas performed on Nano Charcoal the following tests:
  • Di-Methyl Formamide (DMF)
  • CONEG Heavy Metal

Intertek United Kingdom

The United Kindom Intertek performed on Nano Charcoal the following tests:
  • 168 Substance of Very High Concern (SVHC)
  • Anti-mold Test

ECHA - European Chemicals Agency, Finland

The European Chemicals Agency, Finland states that Nano Charcoal complies fully with the European Union REACH regulations for PAH, heavy metals, packaging material, and SVHC16.

ITRI - Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan

The Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan performed a test in which Nano Charcoal gave proof of its ability to adsorb 78.8wt% of carbon tetrachloride.

TTRI - Taiwan Textile Research Institute

The Taiwan Textile Research Institute performed extensive mold growth (Aspergillus niger) testing in which Nano Charcoal® is shown to prevents mold growth without the use of harmful chemicals or pesticides.

Hung Kuang University

The Hung Kuang University - water test report states that Nano Charcoal® is capable of improving water quality by completely adsorbing bacteria and drastically reducing pollutant molecules and heavy metals.