Glass Fibre Europe published on its website an updated version of its report on “Continuous Filament Glass Fibre and Human Health”
Status of Continuous Filament Glass Fiber products under selected international chemical regulations
Continuous Filament Glass Fiber (CFGF) products meet the definition of Article in various international chemical regulations. While the wording may differ from country to country, the letter and intend of the definitions are consistent and applicable to CFGF products.
Continuous Filament Glass Fibre products meet the definition of Article in international chemical regulations
Glass Fibre Europe released a report on the status of Continuous Filament Glass Fibre (CFGF) products under selected international chemical regulations
The High-Level Group on Energy-intensive industries adopted a “Masterplan for a Competitive Transformation of EU Energy-intensive Industries”
Compliance Scheme regarding products of Continuous Filament Glass Fibre (CFGF) used in Glass Fibre Reinforced Plastic (GFRP) intended to come into contact with drinking water according to requirements of the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA)
Glass fibre-reinforced plastics are used in drinking water contact materials. This guidance document intends to assist the supply chain actors in determining compliance of sizing formulations with the new requirements of the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA).
The updated LCA report prepared for Glass Fibre Europe by PwC
Guidelines for Good Manufacturing Practice For Continuous Filament Glass Fibre (CFGF) Products Intended For Food Contact Applications
These industry guidelines have been drafted to support individual companies in the supply chain to establish their company specific manufacturing processes and procedures according good manufacturing practice. Please note these guidelines do not replace the respective requirements set by in the Regulations.
Compliance Scheme regarding products of Continuous Filament Glass Fibre (CFGF) used in Glass Fibre Reinforced Plastic (GFRP) intended to come into contact with food.
Glass fibre-reinforced plastics (GFRP) are composite materials made of a polymer matrix reinforced with glass fibres. The glass fibres therein are treated with a sizing to hold individual filaments together and to promote adhesion to the polymer matrix. Glass fibre-reinforced plastics are covered by Regulation (EU) No 10/2011. Until 31.12.2015, compliance of the sizing was […]