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The quantity of lead and/or cadmium extracted during the test carried out under the conditions laid down in Schedule 2 shall not exceed the following limits:
|Category 1: Articles which cannot be filled and articles which can be filled, the internal depth of which, measured from the lowest point to the horizontal plane passing through the upper rim, does not exceed 25 mm||0.8 mg/dm2||0.07 mg/dm2|
|Category 2: All other articles which can be filled||4.0 mg/l||0.3mg/l|
|Category 3: Cooking ware, packaging and storage vessels having a capacity of more than three litres||1.5 mg/l||0.1 mg/l|
Where a ceramic article does not exceed the above quantities by more than 50%, that article shall nevertheless be recognised as satisfying the requirements of these Regulations if at least three other articles with the same shape, dimensions, decoration and glaze are subjected to a test carried out under the conditions laid down in Schedule 2 and the average quantities of lead and/or cadmium extracted from those articles do not exceed the limits set, with none of those articles exceeding those limits by more than 50%.
Where a ceramic article consists of a vessel fitted with a ceramic lid, the lead and/or cadmium limit which may not be exceeded (mg/dm2 or mg/litre) shall be that which applies to the vessel alone. The vessel alone and the inner surface of the lid shall be tested separately and under the same conditions; the sum of the two lead and/or cadmium extraction levels obtained shall be related as appropriate to the surface area or the volume of the vessel alone.
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