Tests we offer.

We conduct all applicable tests for children's products. Below are listed some of the most common for the most common markets; there may be other tests specific to your particular product or marketing area that are not listed below.

Age Appropriateness Analysis

Country Specific Tests:
USA
Canada
Australia & New Zealand
Europe

U.S.A. Tests

Standard Consumer Salety Specification On Toy Safety
- ASTM F963 Physical and Mechanical Properties, Flammability, Soluble Heavy Metals for Surface Coatings and Substrate Material
Code of Federal Regulation (CFR)
- Food Grade, Cosmetics, Flammability
Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA)
- Lead in Surface Coating
- Total Lead in Substrate
- Phthalates

Toxics in Packaging - NERC
FCC and EMC Compliance
LHAMA - Labeling of Hazardous Art Materials, ASTM D4236
TRA - Toxicological Risk Assessment
MSDS Sheet
USP Microbial, Antimicrobial amd Fungal Testing
FDA
BPA - Bisphenol A
PA Stuffing and Cleanliness
Prop 65 Lead, Cadmium and Phthalates
CARB - California Air Resource Board (Formaldehyde)

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Canada Tests

Canada Consumer Product Safety Act
- SOR/2011-17 Toy Regulations

Labeling for the Sale of Product in Quebec
Total Bisphenol A (BPA)
Lead in Substrates (Mouthable Products)
Lead in Children's Jewelry
Phthalates

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Australia and New Zealand Tests

Safety of Toys
ISO 8124-1:2012 Mechanical and Physical Properties
ISO 8124-2:2009 Flammability
ISO 8124-3:2010 Migration of Certain Elements
DEHP (phthalate)

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Europe Tests

Safety of Toys
EN71-1:2011 Mechanical and Physical Properties
EN71-2:2011 Flammability
EN71-3:1995 Migration of Certain Elements
Packaging and Packaging Waste

WEEE
RoHS (both metal and non-metal)
REACH
SVHC
AZO Dyes
Formaldehyde (Textile and Paper)
Battery Test
Flashpoint
Benzene Content
Migratable Bisphenol A (BPA)

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