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GB/T 22731-2017 English PDF (GBT22731-2017)

GB/T 22731-2017 English PDF (GBT22731-2017)

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GB/T 22731-2017: Fragrance compound

This Standard stipulates the terms and definitions, requirements, test methods, inspection rules, marking, packaging, transportation, storage and shelf life of fragrance compound. This Standard is applicable to the analysis and evaluation of the quality of various types of liquid-state fragrance compound.
GB/T 22731-2017
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 71.100.60
Y 41
Replacing GB/T 22731-2008
Fragrance Compound
ISSUED ON: JULY 12, 2017
IMPLEMENTED ON: FEBRUARY 1, 2018
Issued by: General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine;
Standardization Administration of the PEOPLE Republic of
China.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 4
2 Normative References ... 4
3 Terms and Definitions ... 4
4 Requirements ... 5
5 Test Methods ... 5
6 Inspection Rules ... 6
7 Marking, Packaging, Transportation, Storage and Shelf Life ... 7
Appendix A (normative) 11 Types of Products Using Fragrance Compound ... 8 Appendix B (normative) Limited-use Fragrances in Fragrance Compound and Their Maximum Limits in 11 Types of Flavored Products ... 11
Appendix C (normative) Prohibited Substances in Fragrance Compound ... 21 Fragrance Compound
1 Scope
This Standard stipulates the terms and definitions, requirements, test methods, inspection rules, marking, packaging, transportation, storage and shelf life of fragrance compound.
This Standard is applicable to the analysis and evaluation of the quality of various types of liquid-state fragrance compound.
2 Normative References
The following documents are indispensable to the application of this document. In terms of references with a specified date, only versions with a specified date are applicable to this document. In terms of references without a specified date, the latest version (including all the modifications) is applicable to this document. GB 2760 National Food Safety Standard - Standards for Uses of Food Additives GB 5009.74 National Food Safety Standard - Method for Limit Test of Heavy Metals in Food Additives
GB 5009.76 National Food Safety Standard - Determination of Arsenic in Food Additives
GB/T 11540 Fragrance / Flavor Substances - Determination of Relative Density (GB/T 11540-2008, ISO 279:1998, MOD)
GB/T 14454.2 Fragrance / Flavor Substances - Method for Valuation of Odor GB/T 14454.4 Fragrance / Flavor Substances - Determination of Refractive Index (GB/T 14454.4-2008, ISO 280:1998, MOD)
GB 30616 National Food Safety Standard - Compounded Flavors
3 Terms and Definitions
The following terms and definitions are applicable to this document.
3.1 Fragrance Compound
Fragrance compound refers to a mixture prepared from daily fragrances and 5.3 Determination of Relative Density
Conduct the determination in accordance with the stipulations of GB/T 11540. 5.4 Determination of Refractive Index
Conduct the determination in accordance with the stipulations of GB/T 14454.4. 5.5 Determination of Heavy Metal (counted by Pb) Content
Conduct the determination in accordance with the stipulations of GB 5009.74. 5.6 Determination of Arsenic (counted by As) Content
Conduct the determination in accordance with the stipulations of GB 5009.76. 6 Inspection Rules
6.1 Fragrance compound shall be inspected by the manufacturer?€?s quality inspection department. The manufacturer shall ensure that all exit-factory products comply with the requirements of this Standard. Each lot of exit-factory products shall be accompanied by a quality certificate. In addition, the client shall be informed in the writing form of the maximum amount of the fragrance in the 11 types of flavored products or designated products. Color, aroma, relative density and refractive index are exit-factory inspection items. Type inspection is full-item inspection, which shall be conducted once a year.
6.2 The acceptance inspection organization has the right to inspect whether the quality of the received products meets the requirements of this Standard in accordance with the various stipulations of this Standard. Each lot number shall receive acceptance inspection once. Different lot numbers shall respectively receive acceptance inspection. 6.3 Sampling method: packaging units of each lot: 1 ~ 2, full sampling; 3 ~ 100, take 2 test samples; above 100, take another 3% from the exceeding part. Use a sampler to uniformly take 50 mL ~ 100 mL of test sample from each packaging unit; place all the test samples being taken into a sample mixer, then, thoroughly mix it. Respectively put them into two clean, dry and closed inert containers; keep them in the dark. Label the containers and indicate: the manufacturer?€?s name, product name, production date, lot No., quantity and sample date. One container shall be used for inspection; the other container shall be kept for future reference.
6.4 If there is an index in the acceptance inspection result that does not comply with the requirements of this Standard, work together with the manufacturer to redouble the sampling for re-inspection. If there is still non-conforming index in the re-inspection result, then, this lot of products cannot be accepted.
6.5 When the supply-side and the demand-side have objections to the product quality, they may be resolved through agreement between the two parties or arbitration by a legal inspection institution.
7 Marking, Packaging, Transportation, Storage and
Shelf Life
7.1 Marking
On the external product packaging, the following shall be indicated: product name, the manufacturer?€?s name and address, trademark, lot No., net content, production date and shelf life, series No. of this Standard and related signs. In addition, they shall comply with the regulations of relevant departments. If clients have special requirements, they may reach another agreement with the manufacturer.
7.2 Packaging
Fragrance compound shall be packed in clean and non-odorous glass bottles, polyethylene hard plastic bottles or barrels, galvanized iron barrels, plastic-coated iron barrels and aluminum barrels, or, packed in accordance with the clients?€? requirements. 7.3 Transportation
During the transportation process, products shall be lightly loaded and unloaded. Prevent from the sun and rain. DO NOT mix or transport the products with toxic and harmful substances. In addition, the transportation shall also comply with the regulations of relevant departments.
7.4 Storage
The products shall be stored in a cool, dry and well-ventilated warehouse. Avoid contamination of miscellaneous gas. Keep away from source of ignition.
7.5 Shelf Life
Under the circumstance of compliance with the specified storage and transportation conditions, intact packaging and unopened condition, in accordance with the characteristics of specific products, the manufacturer shall determine the shelf life to be 6 months to 3 years.
dyes;
6. wipes or refreshing tissues for face, neck, hands, body;
7. dry shampoo or waterless shampoo;
8. hand sanitizers.
Type-6 1. mouthwash, including breath sprays; 2. toothpaste.
Type-7
1. intimate wipes;
2. baby wipes;
3. insect repellent (intended to be applied to the skin).
Type-8
1. make-up removers of all types (not including face cleaners);
2. hair styling aids non-spray of all types (mousse, gels, leave-in conditioners, etc.); 3. nail care;
4. all powders and talc powder (except baby powders and talc powders);
5. hair dyes.
Type-9
1. bar soap (toilet soap);
2. bath gels, foams, mousses, salts, oils and other products added to bathwater; 3. body washes of all type (including baby washes) and shower gels of all type; 4. conditioners (rinse-off);
5. depilatory (including waxes for mechanical hair removal);
6. face cleaners of all types (washes, gels, scrubs, etc.);
7. facial tissues;
8. feminine hygiene-pads;
9. feminine hygiene-liners;
10. fragranced face masks, or surgical masks;
11. liquid soap;
12. napkins;
13. paper towels;
14. shampoos of all types (including baby shampoos);
15. shaving creams of all types (stick, gels, foams, etc.);
16. toilet paper;
17. other aerosols (including air fresheners sprays, but not including deodorant / antiperspirant, hair styling aids spray);
18. wheat bags (commonly known as wheat bags or wheat therapy bags: cereals, fragrances and herbs are often placed in cotton bags for aromatherapy). Type-10
1. handwash laundry detergents all types, including concentrates;
2. fabric softeners, including fabric softener sheets;
3. other household cleaning products (fabric cleaners, soft surface cleaners, carpet cleaners);
4. machine wash laundry detergents (liquids, powders, tablets, etc.), including laundry bleaches and concentrates;
5. hand dishwashing detergent;
6. hard surface cleaners of all types (bathroom and kitchen cleaners, furniture polish);
7. diapers;

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