Latex and Wool Certifications
Here's copies of all our suppliers non-toxic certificationsClick Here to Read GOLS Latex CertificationsOkeo-Tex Certificate for Radium Foam and Vita TalalayClick Here to Read ECO Institute Latex CertificationsTalalay Global Oeko-Tex Certification
Our Joma Wool is also Oeko Tex 100 certified. Joma Wool® meets OEKO-TEX® Standard 100, a globally standardized, independent mark of quality for textile products. This certification assures our manufacturers, retailers and customers around the world that Joma Wool® meets extremely strict limit values for several hundred harmful substances, including pesticides, carcinogenic colorants and heavy metals.
Our U.S. based supplier Talalay Global is proud to announce they now have a Class 1 - Approved for Babies Oeko-Tex certification for their entire product line -
The Oeko-Tex 100 standard is concerned primarily with health and safety of textile products.
Textiles considered for this standard are classified into four categories listed below. Our Talalay latex is certified for Class I.
Product Class I: Products for Babies – all textile products and materials used to manufacture such textile products for children up to the age of 36 months (leather clothing is excepted)
Product Class II: Products with Direct Contact to Skin – worn articles of which a large surface touches the skin (i.e. underwear, shirts, pants)
Product Class III: Products without Direct Contact to Skin – articles of which only a small part of their surface touches the skin (i.e. linings, stuffings)
Product Class IV: Decoration Material – this may also be thought of as housewares, as this category includes table cloths, wall coverings, furnishing fabrics, curtains, upholstery fabrics, floor coverings, and mattresses.
Textile products bearing the Oeko-Tex 100 certification mark are:
Textiles that do not contain allergenic dye-stuffs and dye stuffs that form carcinogenic arylamines of the MAK-groups III A1 and III A2 (see the Oeko-Tex website for a list of chemicals included in these groups).
Textiles that had been tested for pesticides and chlorinated phenoles.
Textiles that have been tested for the release of heavy metals under artificial perspiration conditions.
Textiles free from formaldehyde or containing trace amounts significantly lower than the required legal limits.
Textiles with a skin friendly pH.
Textiles free from chloro-organic carriers.
Textiles for garments free from biologically active finishes.