Testing of children's products exported to the U.S. market
This service provides professional testing services for products exported to the United States and designed or used by children 12 years of age or younger.
In recent years, the US CPSIA regulations have been updated frequently and requirements have become increasingly stringent. Product recall incidents due to quality problems of children's products have also occurred frequently, causing a lot of losses for many enterprises. So, how to meet the requirements of the US market regulatory requirements has become a problem faced by many children's product manufacturers and exporters, and it is also the key to winning the US market.
The CPSIA US Consumer Product Safety Regulatory Testing Service provided by Beitest can help you verify whether your product meets the CPSIA standard test requirements, thereby helping you reduce the risk of exporting your product and successfully win the US market.
I. scope of application
Products designed or used by children aged 12 or under, including children's clothing, children's shoes, etc.
Heavy metals, phthalates, straps, small parts, etc.
Manufacturers, exporters, brands
V. Project Examples
1. Lead content (surface lead, total lead)
2. Phthalates (DEHP, DBP and BBP, DINP, DIDP, DNOP, DHEXP, DCHP)
3. Children's products straps and small parts
Regular: 4-5 working days
Number of samples
1-2 finished products
How to define children's products, child care products, and children's toys?
1. Children's products are consumer products designed and used for children 12 and under.
2. Child care products are products designed for children aged 3 and under, and are consumer products that help them fall asleep or feed or help suck or grind their teeth.
3. Children's toys are consumer products designed for children 12 years of age and under and used by children.
What is the definition of children's products? How to draw the age limit?
"Children's products" means consumer products designed primarily for use by children up to 12 years of age. When confirming whether a consumer product is mainly used by children under 12 years of age, the following factors should be considered:
1. The manufacturer's statement about the use of the product, if the statement is reasonable, including the logo on the product.
2. Does the product indicate, in terms of packaging, display, promotion or advertising, that the product is suitable for use by children up to 12 years of age. Whether consumers generally consider the product suitable for children under 12 years of age.
3. The Age Division Guidelines issued by the staff of the Commission in September 2002 and similar guidelines issued subsequently.