Northern Test's California 65 Act testing service can help you check whether your product contains the chemical substances listed in the California 65 Act and whether it meets the California 65 Act test requirements. We will contribute to your product's smooth entry into California and win the US market. Professional strength.
In recent years, product notification recalls caused by the California Act 65 have occurred frequently, and the number of banned chemical substances in the bill has increased to more than 900. So, how can we ensure that our products do not contain banned chemical substances, and how to ensure that our products meet the latest requirements of the California 65 Act, which has become the key for many product manufacturers and exporters to win the California market in the United States.
Scope of application
Children and adult clothing, raincoats, footwear, apron, tablecloths, tablecloths, pillows, cushions, carpets, cushions, wallets, handbags, backpacks, etc.
All consumer products sold and distributed in California, USA
U.S. market, California
Heavy metals, phthalates, formaldehyde, etc.
Manufacturers, exporters, brands
1. Heavy metals: such as lead, cadmium, etc.
2. Phthalates (DEHP, BBP, DBP, DIDP, DnHP, etc.)
4. Flame retardant
Regular: 4-5 working days
Number of samples
1m * 1m fabric
Under what circumstances need to be marked with a warning?
When the product contains chemical substances in the list, it needs to be marked with a warning sign; otherwise, if a lawsuit is filed and it is considered that it may cause harm, it will be subject to a high fine.
Does the California 65 Act set limits on chemical substances on the list?
no. The California Act 65 emphasizes the public's "right to know". Whether a product meets safety regulations needs to be controlled by other US product safety regulations (such as CPSIA, etc.).
Does a warning sign indicate that the product is not safe?
no. With the warning sign, it only fulfills the notification obligation. Whether it is safe or not depends on various US product regulations.