This test is designed to address the dangers associated with thin and flexible layers of plastic sheeting (plastic wrap and plastic balloons).
When covering a child's face or when inhaled, plastic sheeting can cause suffocation. It can also stick to a child's mouth or nose, making it impossible to breathe.
- Plastic bags are cut along the seams without stretching the bag, so that two single sheets are produced.
- Plastic balloons: the double sheets are measured.
The thickness of the sheets is measured at 10 equidistant points across the diagonal of the area.
The result is the average of the measurements.
Send your samples to
Centexbel physical lab