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STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® Product label for textiles and accessories

STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is the most well-known and widespread brand in the world, therefore also the world's leading label for textiles, accessories and products tested regarding content of harmful substances.
Do you want to convey that your products are safe to use regarding harmful substances?
RISE helps you with the certification.


A STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certification means that the product meets high human ecological requirements, i.e. does not contain chemicals at levels that are harmful to the health.

You get to label your products with one of the world’s most recognized and widely used labels for textiles.
The independent evaluation of leading OEKO-TEX® Institutes represents a strong confidence measure for your materials and products.
The STANDARD 100 certificate may be the key to new business partnerships since the criteria of the STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® are often the basis of Restricted Substances Lists (RSLs) of retail chains, producers etc.
A network of over 10,000 companies around the world make it easier for you to select raw materials and business partners along the textile chain.


Certification from fiber to Product
Certificates can be issued for products from all the different stages of the textile chain: fibers, yarns, raw fabrics, dyed and treated textiles, accessories (buttons, zippers, labels, etc.) as well as finished end products. Commission dyeing and finishing can also be certified.
The tests are only performed at one of the prestigious and renowned textile research and test institutes connected to the Oeko-Tex® Association. RISE is the only institute in Sweden and Norway authorized to certify according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®.

Test criteria
STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® does not only include substances that are banned or that have legally established limits, but also includes other substances that have been scientifically proven or are suspected to have adverse health effects.

Examples of parameters that are included in STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® are prohibited azo dyes, carcinogenic and allergenic dyes, phthalates, formaldehyde, pesticides, heavy metals, perfluorinated compounds, organic tin compounds, biologically active products, and flame-retardant materials etc.

The parameters included in the requirements are based on:
- Legally prohibited and controlled substances (REACH related and CPSIA-adapted regarding lead.
- Substances that may be harmful to health.
- Product quality
- Biologically active substances and flame retardants (according to an "approved" list).

Product classes
In order for the limits values to be relevant for different types of products, there are four different types of product classes based on the certified product's intended area of use:

Product Class I – Products for children up to 3 years
Product Class II – Products that mostly come in direct contact with skin
Product Class III – Products which do not come in contact with the skin, or do so only to a small extent
Product Class IV – Furnishing and decorative materials

Type of certificates

  • Standard certificate, annex 4 & 5.
  • Standard certifikate, annex 6 & 7
  • Special articles
  • Special articles PPE
  • Comission dyeing- finishing certificate
  • Marketing certificate

If you want to know a little more about STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® and the certification process, we can offer a basic mini-course. See the document under the tab "More information".


A STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certificate with related test report.
The certificate is valid for one year.

More information

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Please order via the contact persons listed below



Certification according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®- Products tested for harmful substances


Certification of Textiles

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