Is Epoxy Food Safe

Is Epoxy Food Safe. Exposure to epoxy's ingredients and compounds, bisphenol f (bpf) and bisphenol a (bpa) which may be able to leech into our food and cause health effects. In order to render any epoxy food safe, you have to cure it properly.

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It is therefore not dangerous if a foodstuff comes into contact with an epoxy resin surface for a short time. Yes it's true, cured artresin can be safely used as a food contact surface! It's recommended to use the one with proper certification, even though it might cost you more.

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Read above for the strict criteria of fda compliant epoxy. The chemicals that you combine to create the hard surface usually contain some volatile organic compounds (vocs), so proper ventilation is required during application and for a few days after as the voc's evaporate. For example, we have used efkoresin art uv which is certified according to eu regulations 10/2011. But most of them aren't certified and suitable for commercial use.