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June 2nd, 2020

SGS-IPS Testing of Appleton to Test Amazon Packaging (Appleton, Wis.) – SGS-IPS Testing of Appleton, Wisconsin, has announced the expansion of its packaging testing lab and services. The company now offers the full suite of International Safe Transit Association (ISTA) packaging tests including ISTA 6-Amazon.com test methods. Under ISTA, there are a series of performance (Read More…)

Two New Accelerated Aging Chambers Added – November 2018

November 30th, 2018

SGS-IPS Testing is excited to announce the acquisition of two additional chambers that allow for aging, conditioning and environmental testing at specific temperatures and relative humidity. These chambers can maintain a single point temperature of 20°C – 85°C, with a consistency of ±0.2°C, and a single point relative humidity of 50% – 90%, with a (Read More…)

SGS-IPS has Added a Mannequin Lab – November 2018

November 29th, 2018

SGS-IPS Testing is excited to announce the addition of a mannequin lab to our repertoire of testing options. This testing is available for baby diapers, adult incontinence and feminine care products. We are delighted to bring these new testing opportunities to our customers. Mannequin testing is available on both finished products and their individual components. (Read More…)

SGS-IPS is approved by Target for their Testing Protocols – October 2018

October 31st, 2018

Target’s PSQA team has approved SGS-IPS Testing to test paper products that fall within the scope of the below protocols. These protocols are currently harmonized with SGS. Please see the attachment for a list of approved laboratory’s and locations. For more information, please contact Customer Service at Appleton.CustomerService@sgs.com or +1 (920) 749-3040 ext. 1. Paper (Read More…)

INDA Releases New Flushability Guideline – September 2018

September 30th, 2018

INDA and EDANA have just released Edition Four of the Guidelines for Assessing the Flushability of Disposable Nonwoven Products (GD4). There have been a few changes to the methods and criteria which we have outlined below. Most of the changes to the standards are with slosh box and municipal pump, for more information please visit the INDA (Read More…)