Quality Policy - Mission
BORMA WACHS is a brand of B.P.S srl, an Italian company with German-based historical know-how, producing chemical specialties for eco-sustainable finishing and cosmetic wood maintenance.
Since 2011 it has been collaborating on an ongoing basis with the IBR, Institut für Baubiologie, in Rosenheim, and carries out its activity according to ISO regulatory standards.
We have been offering excellent service to customers in over 50 countries around the world since 1928.

Our sales force focuses on the retail and industrial sectors in order to ensure our customers the best possible support and expertise.

At Borma our mission is very simple:
based on clear models, we try to pursue the goal of being the best producer/distributor of eco-sustainable cosmetics and finishes for wood.
This is the purpose of B.P.S Srl and for this reason, we continuously work to improve our performance for:
- help our customers to achieve success
- we train to improve our teams in retail and industry
- we ensure sustainable development by pursuing a VOC Free circular process
- we ensure the return on the invested capital

For B.P.S Srl it is important to underline the value of change and continuous improvement.
Borma believes that innovative actions are not enough, as improvements are too rapid, radical that require large resources and a complete break with the past.
Borma particularly values the Kaizen philosophy, to establish a slow but constant and unstoppable improvement that does not place itself in a position of rupture with the past but feeds on the past to improve the present and the future.
On closer inspection, this management system represents a formalization of a lifestyle that involves all members of the organization in a path of awareness and mutual integration, characterized by a slow and daily evolution, in pursuit of ever better quality.



Conformity EN 71.3 Toy safety - Part 3: Migration of certain items.
Eurofins danish laboratories have recognized the conformity of Borma Wachs oils to EN 71-III norm, relating to the migration of harmful heavy metals, guaranteeing the safety of the treatments in such a way that they can also be safe for use on childrens' toys.
Borma Wachs products are tested and approved by IBR, Intitut für Baubiologie Rosenheim. The performed analysis certify that our products are complying in terms of VOC content, biocides, heavy metals and radioactivity, guaranteeing full eco-compatibility with Green Building principles.
This product's safety is guaranteed more than just by EN 71-III certificate. Its safety for children is supported by DIN 53160/1-2 and DIN 68861/1 (Resistance to saliva and sweat; Resistance to cold liquids ) certificates as well. The product does not release harmful substances even when in contact with common alimentary liquids or mucuous membrane.
The product acts as fire retardant
Labeling of construction products
This label covers the French legislation relating to emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC) and the impact they have on indoor air quality after the product is brought into the room.
Labeling refers to the pollutants emitted once the products are spread and dried.

The IBR Green Building Institute had tested some of our products and determined that they correspond to the highest standards of the aforementioned French VOC legislation.
EMICODE EC1 - Low-emission building materials
Certified installation materials, adhesives and construction products
The EMICODE mark guarantees that the material has been tested and certified according to its emission level. Compared to 1997, low-emission building materials now have a TVOC value (total quantity of volatile organic compounds) from one hundred to one thousand times lower. The EMICODE mark is not issued if a building material is suspected of altering genetic makeup, causing cancer or impairing reproductive capacity.
APEO (alkylphenol ethoxylates)
APEOs (alkylphenol ethoxylates) are highly persistent chemicals, which are deposited in the tissues, penetrating, through them, into the food chain.
Recent studies demonstrate its toxicity and danger, as potential endocrine disruptors.